Alex Randall is a British designer very well know by her surprising lamp designs using animal inspired ideas. Her lamsp are a mixture of taxidermy, sculpture, and imagination.
She has a penchant for dead things with fur and feathers and light bulbs, pairing the two together to churn out some frightful, yet courageous and creative pieces.
After graduating from Chelsea College of Art & Design with a sculpture degree, Alex Randall started making her wildly surreal one-off lamps in 2006—just a year later picking up Liberty’s Most Promising Newcomer award.
Against a backdrop of light, natural wooden furniture, uplifting colour and excitable young designers, Randall’s beautifully provocative work stood out for its singular bleak, visceral and bloodthirsty vision.
She had surprised visitors at ICFF with a rat lamp, as well as in many other furniture fairs with lamps with pigeons and squirrels for instance.