In the making since 1975
Mark Bloomfield established electrobloom in 2011 as an experimental art, design and manufacturing studio based in London’s iconic Oxo Tower. Mark has always made things, as a young boy growing up in the countryside his inspiration and materials directly related to the rural environment. Now he uses a variety of traditional hand techniques in combination with advanced digital processes such as 3D Printing technology.
His successful modular jewellery collection continues grow. Capturing the imagination with it’s unique design that’s digitally manufactured and infinitely configurable. Imagine jewellery that can be easily customised to make one of a kind items to reflect your own individuality. If you’re looking for something different and unique, the jewellery collection is available to buy directly from his Studio or via his on-line shop.
electrobloom also makes small, special products such as jewellery, gifts, film props, promotional products and models for all occasions, for all kinds of people, from one offs to 1000’s of pieces. Mark collaborates with both big companies and individuals who are looking for something different, something that they simply can’t get anywhere else. Take a look at our portfolio to see examples of what he’s capable of and do get in touch if you’ve a project in mind that will challenge him!
Mark feels that our current mass consumption habits require rethinking and is trying to change our relationship with the products we buy. His modular designs begin to tackle the issue as all the jewellery can be reused, changed and updated, and it can be recycled to make new items of jewellery. As a commitment to ensuring his jewellery continues to be enjoyed, all the items in the collection comes with a special guarantee!
Mark is also concerned with the plastic crisis that’s consuming the world and has developed a way of recycling single use plastics into jewellery you’ll love and not want to throw away. See more of his experiments here and support him on his mission to make a small but meaningful dent into a consumption crises that is affecting us all, simply by changing the way you shop.
Marks studio is an interesting and engaging space for all who visit, feel free to pop in to talk about art, design, making and tech.
He looks forward to welcoming you as a customer.