Ian Felton’s furniture radiates both history and spirit—he creates objects that not only draw from yestrday’s narratives, but are invigorated with whimsical contemporary sensibilities.
Photography: Sean Davidson
“I try to create functional art objects imbued with a sense of animism often inspired by ancient cultures. My most recent collection, called KOSA, takes inspiration from pre-Colombian cultures, looking at the details in architecture, ceramics, and symbology. These nascent societies were experts at whimsical storytelling and I try to capture that in an abstract way.”