Held up to a light source this ring projects portraits onto the nearest surface. Created for the wedding of Luke Jerram and Shelina Nanji. 2008
A talking engagement ring - created under the code name 'The Edison Project'. Made by Luke to propose to his wife. 2008
A gift that caught fire, made for a friend who was sad. 2002
Made for Laura's dinner parties, the candle puts itself out after a designated period of time. 2000
Fortune predicting poetry machine for a friend having trouble with his girl. 1999
Commissioned by NESTA as gifts for 'thinkers' attending an incubator weekend. 2005
At the age of 16, Sir Henry Wellcome's first product was invisible ink (simply lemon juice), which he sold through the Garden City Herald. Jerram's 1000 invisible portraits of Wellcome for the launch of the Wellcome Collection, London. 2004
Made in response to comparing probabilities of winning the lottery to being hit by a meteorite. A gift for a lottery playing friend. 1999
A toaster made for a friend who believes in miracles. 2003
Glass Microbiology The Finnish Glass Museum, 27 Mar–9 June 2014. La Granja Glass Museum, Spain, Aug–Oct 2014. Museum of Contemporary Art, A Coruña, Spain, Nov 2014–April 2015. Natura Artis Magistra, Amsterdam 2014. Murano Glass Museum, Italy, Mar–April 2015.
Park and Slide 4 May 2014, Bristol.
Maya Permanent artwork now at Bristol Temple Meads train station.
Play Me, I'm Yours Mexico City, until 13 April. Lima & Callao, Peru, 12 April–10 May. Geneva, Switzerland, 9–22 June. Paris, 25 June–10 July 2014.
Kinetic Chandelier Chrysler Museum of Art, Virginia, USA April 2014.
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