First in their series of artist-inspired personal drinks cabinets, triggered by a talk given by Dublin-born artist Sean Scully on the relationship between alcohol, art and the artist, ‘Scullied’ is applied here as a verb, a term of our own invention, meaning the act of getting drunk, akin to the slew of slang phrases already in use in Ireland: fluttered/langered/scuttered/trollied. In a palette of pressure-dyed woods in varying thicknesses (iced koto, blue bolivar, grey oak, Makassar ebony, grey tay, black birch, wenge, smoked oak), referring to Scully’s application of paint in his Wall of Light series, and to the Irish landscape, an abutment of walls and fields. Hand rubbed satin lacquer finish. Unique piece.
Zelouf & Bell work closely with clients and specifiers to a brief, and can customize limited edition portfolio pieces, in terms of materials, finishes, dimensions, form and function. While no unique piece is the same, Zelouf & Bell work with clients to realize equally dreamy pieces, each with its own unique character and design.
Materials: Iced Koto, Blue Bolivar, Grey Oak, Makassar Ebony, Grey Tay, Black Birch, Wenge, Smoked Oak
Dimensions (in): 32.25 H x 27 W x 6.3 D
Dimensions (cm): 82 H x 69 W x 16 D