Posts Tagged: exhbition

LCF MA pecha kucha – save the date 14. Feb

The static MA show for 2012 graduates kicks off with a Pecha Kucha event on the 14th of Feb in the evening, although the exact time is yet to be confirmed. Yes, it is indeed on Valentine’s day, so isn’t

LCF MA pecha kucha – save the date 14. Feb

The static MA show for 2012 graduates kicks off with a Pecha Kucha event on the 14th of Feb in the evening, although the exact time is yet to be confirmed. Yes, it is indeed on Valentine’s day, so isn’t

Thomas Heatherwick exhibit @ V&A London

All I can say is: very very INSPIRING. Unfortunately it was forbidden to take photos but I noted down the ones I liked best and found them again. Surprising textures, organic flowy shapes, tesselation and dyanmic structures. .

Thomas Heatherwick exhibit @ V&A London

All I can say is: very very INSPIRING. Unfortunately it was forbidden to take photos but I noted down the ones I liked best and found them again. Surprising textures, organic flowy shapes, tesselation and dyanmic structures. .

Patrick Keiller Exhbition at Tate Britain London

On our way to the “Banana Theory” launch event at Chelsea (see below), we Thalia and I popped into Tate Britain and checked out the Patrick Keiller exhibit. The way the space was curated kept was captivating, as it featured

Patrick Keiller Exhbition at Tate Britain London

On our way to the “Banana Theory” launch event at Chelsea (see below), we Thalia and I popped into Tate Britain and checked out the Patrick Keiller exhibit. The way the space was curated kept was captivating, as it featured

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Jeremy Deller & David Shrigley @ Hayward Gallery London

Directly above: David Shrigley postcards. Unfortunately, taking photos was not allowed at the Shrigley exhbit, so only these on the blog I’m afraid! It was fab though – nice to have strong ideas communicated with humour and through many different

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Jeremy Deller & David Shrigley @ Hayward Gallery London

Directly above: David Shrigley postcards. Unfortunately, taking photos was not allowed at the Shrigley exhbit, so only these on the blog I’m afraid! It was fab though – nice to have strong ideas communicated with humour and through many different