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Products by Steve Mosley
Steve spent much of his growing up cycling & racing around the UK with the hope of one day becoming
a professional cyclist. Much of Steve’s free time was spent in the workshop of his local bike shop or in his parents garage either fixing h
is bike or inventing and creating objects and machines.
After a bad accident in 1993 Steve’s cycling career was over but his passion for invention and creativity continued.
In 1995 Steve won an internationally acclaimed engine
ering award ‘Young Engineer of Britain’ and consequently he was offered a position within the Advanced Technologies Unit at Ove Arup and Partners in London where we worked with clients such as the United Nations and on projects such as the Bri
tish Airways Millennium wheel.
Steve became increasingly frustrated feeling unable to express his individual creativity and in 1996 enrolled to do a degree in Product and Furniture design at De-montfort University in Leicester.
r graduating from Leicester in the year 2000 Steve was accepted onto the Design Products course at the Royal College of Art in London.
Steve Graduated from the Royal College of Art in 2002 and soon began collaborating with fellow design graduat
e Dominic Wilcox forming ‘Mosley meets Wilcox’ in a disused bar in East London. Represented by Thorsten Van Elten – Mosley meets Wilcox became well known for products such as the War Bowl, Dip Lamp and the Honesty Stamp exhibiting throug
h high profile exhibitions at venues like the Victoria and Albert Museum in London & selling through shops such as Moss in New York and Collette in Paris.
After a chance meeting at a photo shoot in 2003 –
a collaboration b
egan with iconic music photographer Mick Rock forming the project ‘Mosley meets Wilcox meets Rock’. The collection culminated with a launch at the Hanbury Gallery during London design week in 2004 and more recently a limited edition collection
with David Bowie sold exclusively through Paul Smith stores worldwide.
Steve is currently working on his first solo collection after graduating from the Royal College on 2002 which is due to be launched in 2006.