Flowing, active, substantial, graceful, firm and clean-edged, organic in framing and detail; there's a lot going on in this Benni Jorgensen design. But that's pretty much as expected. It's not that Benni never does simple, classic shapes, it's just that when he puts his mind to something more creative in style, flowing channels and ridges and artistic asymmetry are just part of the package. It's an approach that dates back to his time at W.O. Larsen, where he and Teddy Knudsen developed their shaping together - approaches and techniques that would later appear in the briars of his son, Lasse Skovgaard as well. That all three have become amongst the best-known names in the Danish school says much about the merits of this particular branch of the Danish school - but then, a good look at this rarefied, artful rendering of the Blowfish theme would be no less sufficient, I should think.
- Eric N. Squires