Bronze phone sculpture by Nancy Pearce
Do you think wistfully about your trusty old Nokia? Remember when you had to make your own emojis and life (and your phone) seemed so much simpler?
Nancy Pearce has immortalised the Nokia classic in solid bronze for maximum sentimental pull. Gift it to someone special, or keep it all for yourself...
Nancy Pearce is a Californian artist who casts contemporary artefacts in Bronze
Starting on her bronze casting journey seven years ago as a way of exploring the lives of people who support famous artists, such as "Henry David’s Thoreau’s mother who cooked and did laundry at her house nearby while Thoreau wrote Walden." Nancys practice grew to encompass "an archive of everyday objects by casting them in durable solid bronze so that future archaeologists will have a few pieces of the puzzle to decode from my limited time on earth starting in the 1970s." The result is a plethora of bronze classics to adorn your life.
- When everything else feels so fleeting, your bronze artefacts will remain.
- Dimensions 11.4cm x 4.4cm x 2.5 cms.
- 450grams - phone to scale
- Solid Bronze
Solid Bronze Care: Handle with care and polish with a soft microfibre cloth. Harsh chemicals or abrasive cleaners will impact the lustre of solid bronze. Finger prints, oils and water will create a patina over time unless buffed off with a microfibre cloth, a bronze specific metal polish such as Simichrome Polish can also be used to bring back the high shine.
Know Your Maker
Based in California USA, Nancy Pearce creates bronze artefacts of common objects. Solid bronze is an alloy mostly made of copper, is a recycled and recyclable material. She has worked on commissions for bronze artefacts from the legendary Heath Ceramics and Commune Design studio.