immensity 

cabinet

LIMITED EDITION

paddy pike x james austin murray 

description

Through a mixture of high-tech machine and age-old artisanal processes, Immensity is a head-turning collectible. The matte black wooden doors of the Cabinet is engraved with CNC, derived from one of the artist's paintings. James Austin Murray’s black paintings, created with ivory black oil paint, look like a landscape you could walk right into. It is a visual place that is both disconcerting and overpoweringly seductive.

MATERIALS

Structure    |  Wood and CNC woodworking 

Finishes      |  Metallic Black Matte 

 

DIMENSIONS

Width   143.5 cm  |   56.5 in

Depth     50.0 cm  |   19.7 in

Height   188.7 cm |   74.3 in

THE DESIGNER

Paddy Pike 

Paddy Pike is an experienced designer, living in London.

He takes inspiration from some of the greatest raw talent in all sectors of design. With an eye for contemporary design, ranging from bespoke furniture to quirky interiors, he is constantly searching for the next undiscovered creation.

SOLD WITH AN Art certificate OF AUTHENTICITY

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James Austin Murray

INTRODUCING
paddy pike x james austin murray 
COLLABORATION

Paddy Pike x James Austin Murray 

 

The new Behspoke Collection is the result from a collaboration between the experienced London-based designer Paddy Pike who creates high-end contemporary furniture with strong references to 20th century art and design, and the New-York based artist James Austin Murray. The luxury cabinet collection communicates the quiet preciousness of a modern mid-century piece.

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James Austin Murray

James Austin Murray’s black paintings, created with ivory black oil paint, look like a landscape you could walk right into. It’s a visual place that is both disconcerting and overpoweringly seductive.

As a NYC firefighter during the 9/11 attack in New York City, Murray paints because it is how he justifies his life following this atrocious day. Nothing else seems to hold up.

He loves paint – loves the smell of oil paint and the warm buttery consistency it has while it’s being pushed along by the brush. His paintings are a product of working with the light from above and the earth that grounds us. James Austin Murray lives and works in New York City and Kingston, NY. Murray was for 11 years, a firefighter, working in the South Bronx, Harlem, the West Village, and in the Lower East Side.

Sometimes the dark is where you find

the best surprises.

THE STORY BEHIND

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