Coco Flip Design Studio gets nostalgic with its newest product.
November 17th, 2011
Mr Cooper is the latest creation of WA-born, Melbourne-based Kate Stokes of Coco Flip Design Studio.
The quirky piece is made of spun copper and inspired by the old tin can telephone, celebrating bygone eras of invention and observation.
Mr Cooper continues Stokes’ playful exploration of form and material in a style that she herself describes as “simple and restrained, yet warm and familiar”.
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