What's the most beautiful thing that I can imagine?

Tom Lawton started with Uplift, a spiraling solar sculpture designed to lift your spirits.

Uplift’s relaxing presence has a become a beacon of mindful, regenerative design with 2,650
hand-built sculptures now sitting on windowsills across the globe - from
country cottages, high rise penthouses, yoga studios, well-being sanctuaries to care homes, recording studios and even on a couple of work benches at NASA – Uplift is loved by so many people and is how our story began.

‘Wow! This is so beautiful and brilliant. I absolutely love it… I’m absolutely wild about this. It ticks every box: it’s clever, beautiful, mediative, and thought-provoking’

Brian Eno

Watch the Uplift story

Beyond mindfulness

Somewhere beyond mindfulness there is a place of deep stillness within us all. In this place pure wonder stirs our soul and if we are quiet we may find the answers we are looking for... and if we don't, that's fine because it's OK just to watch & wonder.

What started as a daydream has become Tom’s most wondrous creation yet. Inspired by the patterns of toroidal flow Tom imagined encircling himself, the natural world and all through the cosmos – Wonder is an expression of the universal force that interconnects all things.

What a wonderful world

Wonder was conceived in the years leading up to the Covid pandemic and was brought to life during the long periods of quiet reflection that only the lockdowns could provide. Who knew something so beautiful could come from such troubled times. There’s an alchemy in creating something from that chaos and the wonderful feeling conjured is something Tom wants to share with the whole world.

Wonder’s ethereal movement brings observers into a state of deep relaxation and peace.

The first Wonder was invited to be installed in Malmesbury’s medieval abbey in Tom’s hometown in Wiltshire and after a six-month installation in Saint Aldhelm’s
chapel Wonder was made even bigger and cast in bronze – funded by a crowdfunding campaign which was supported by the town – Wonder now sits permanently in Malmesbury Abbey, freely available for the public to view every day of the year, for all time.

Desktop dreaming

Since it’s public unveiling Tom has been inundated by requests for a home studio version and after a lot of investigation as to how this could be best achieved we are proud to now be offering Wonder for everyone.

Made in limited edition batches across the UK, Wonder is available for desktop dreamers like Tom who want to bring a wonder-full feeling into their home, creative or
movement space.