Kipple is a word that was first invented by the science fiction writer Philip K. Dick. It means clutter or junk. Created by Dan Tobin Smith as part of London Design Festival, this jaw-dropping installation made of lovingly arranged colour-coded knick-knacks is one we would happily spend hours staring at. In fact, we did and are going back to do more staring this weekend!
Altogether these familiar objects create one joyous sea of stuff. It certainly makes you reflect on the amount of useless things one possesses as well as sends you into a dreamy state as your eyes move from one 'special thing' to another. We were completely wowed by the incredible effort that went into its composition, with no same object being close to each other and by the fact that even the bathroom had been invaded by fun things!
You can see The First Law of Kipple until 21st September at the artist's studio based in Haggerston (London).