I have been making artists’ multiples since 2003, in a variety of formats but usually employing commercial mass-production processes. ‘Name’ is a 9ct gold necklace produced by a high-street catalogue retailer, aiming to question the individualism suggested by the current trend for jewellery inscribed with the wearer’s name. ‘Bank’ is a bronze cast of the interior of a 1960s East German piggy bank – its implied contents made literal in the process. ‘Bud’ is a ceramic bud vase intended for a single rose, here reinvented as the carrier of a darker message by the addition of ceramic transfers recalling the dropping of the atomic bomb on Nagasaki on 9th August 1945. The text fired to the underside of the vase reads: ‘It [the mushroom cloud] was no longer smoke, or dust, or even a cloud of fire… when we last saw it, it had changed its shape into a flower-like form, its giant petals curving downward, creamy white outside, rose-coloured inside’. ‘Narcissist’ is a one-line joke, a t-shirt bearing a word which only makes sense when the wearer looks into a mirror.