Hell's Kitchen I
Hell's Kitchen was a British cookery reality show, aired on ITV, which features prospective chefs competing with each other for a final prize. Series 1 of Hell's Kitchen in the UK was broadcast from 23 May – 6 June 2004, airing live nightly for two weeks. The premise was head chef Gordon Ramsay teaching ten celebrities how to cook.
Money does not have an absolute value, but one that is completely dependent on status, class, attitude and condition at one given time.
You are drawn to this shiny coin, through its holes you can see what you are purchasing while on the other side you become aware of your reflected image: a reminder of the value you attribute.
The Royal Mint supported me whilst at the Royal College of Art London to produce these bespoke £5 coins.
This set is featuring an eclectic mix of styles, intertwining vintage chandeliers and chairs with very modern geometric elements. It also features histortical botanical and animal illustrations prints, cut out and applied graphically to very modern geometric volumes acting as large illuminating pieces.
PRODUCTION DESIGNER: Marcus Blee
ART DIRECTOR: Miyo Yoshida
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