It's within you
Enjoy peace of mind with Wonder and the art of doing nothing.
Now available in Polished Copper
to PRE-ORDER at £1200 each.
Until 31st Dec 2022
Tom & his team will be building Wonders in batches and shipping the first wave in December for worldwide delivery this Christmas. Limited to 500 units this year.
(The listed price in 2023 will be £1,950 & exclusive to selected galleries).
This is a pre-launch reservation opportunity for friends & fans of the project.
By pre-ordering now you are guaranteed to receive your Wonder ahead of the rest.
Wonder will launch to a wider audience in October via a Kickstarter campaign.
Orders are prioritised on a first come, first served basis.
Each unit is hand made to order so it's important that you & Wonder are attuned before you set your heart on owning one.
Wasted journeys are bad for the planet so we're hoping that the App helps give you the confidence Wonder is definitely for you.
Once placed, pre-orders may not be cancelled after 30 days.
Each Wonder sculpture includes:
Precision crafted spiral with a polished copper finish & protective lacquer
Silent turntable & base cast from aluminum with a matt black finish
Single touch, low power operation via mini USB
Ultra thin Micro USB to USB cable 2.5m long in black (only UK orders ship with a mains plug)
Revolves at a fixed speed of 16 RPM with silent operation
Beautifully presented and protectively packaged for worldwide shipping
Built to last a long time with a replaceable motor
Dimensions 20cm (width) x 20cm (depth) x 30cm (height)
Made in England by Uplifting Products Ltd
Suitable for all international markets
Rory Sutherland, Vice Chairman, Ogilvy
Paris Ackrill, Co-founder Avalon Wellbeing
Wonder, has been imagined, designed and fabricated by Tom Lawton through the course of the Covid pandemic and with thanks to a successful crowdfunding campaign and a donation from the James Dyson Foundation has been produced in bronze by Pangolin Editions in Stroud for permanent display in Malmesbury Abbey.
Comprising of a single, self-supporting, ribbon-like structure finished in polished copper, which appears to flow like water as it spirals both upwards and down, expanding outwards and contracting in.
Wonder arrived at Malmesbury Abbey to great reception and together with Malmesbury Live Arts and the Abbey, Tom organised a musical extravaganza 'Renaissance of Wonder' to celebrate its unveiling.
Hundreds & thousands of vistors have now visited the abbey to experience Wonder's universally peaceful and calming effect.
Reverend Oliver Ross, Malmesbury Abbey
Wonder follows Uplift and began its life as a discrete and illuminating installation off Malmesbury high street in the cold winter of the third lockdown of the pandemic to serve as a provision of hope for the local community. Residents would often gather outside the window alone, with children, with elderly relatives and after long shifts at work.
Tom's original Wonder presently sits in Avebury's Great Barn by invitation of the National Trust where it is on display to the public for free, until 3rd April 2022. The barn is open daily from 10am to 4pm.
Wonder will then move to its temporary home at The Long Table, near Stroud.
While Wonder has been designed and fabricated by Tom in rural Wiltshire through the course of this pandemic the genesis of it began in the years leading up to 2020.
Wonder brings an etherial and calming presence to a space, creating an atmosphere and focal point for relaxation, contemplation & meditation.
Wonder's impact on the public is already profound with hundreds of positive impressions and incredible interpretations from visitors far and wide. Some people are moved to dance, some to song, others to a state of deep calm and some are even moved to tears. The experience is universally uplifting and peaceful, just read the thousands of comments on these threads:
Tom's vision is grand. With dramatic scale and music and consciously curated spaces we'd like to take Wonder on tour and find homes for permanent installations in prestigious and unconventional locations across all regions of these isles of Wonder... and then eventually, the world... so that as many people as possible can experience its otherworldly effect.
If you'd like to be involved please email email@example.com
Daniel Kapelian, OMA Space, Seoul