Five years ago, Innermost released the Jeeves and Wooster pendants, whimsical lights with a distinctly British flair.
It's a simple concept with a signature Innermost execution: handmade felt hats are lined with an aluminum inner shell that creates a welcoming amber glow—ideal for targeted lighting in restuarants, bars, and retail venues.
Most are familiar with the iconic butler "Jeeves" from the work of P.G. Wodehouse, but for me, these bowler hats-turned illuminating apparati evoke the ethereal wisdom of the iconic Peter Seller's character, Chance the Gardener, from Jerzy Kosinski's novel (and Hal Ashby's film) Being There.
The disembodied aesthetic is also evocative of the masterful work of surrealist painter René Magritte.
Both Jeeves and Wooster have been re-issued and are currently available.
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