Tuesday, 29 June 2010

Electro Signs.



This is a little documentary about the guys that made the FP logo for us as recomended by Osc & Ben. The workmanship is truely amazing so it's nice to see them in person on this little Vid.
Quite simply if you need any neons made go see these guys.
www.electrosigns.co.uk/

Friday, 18 June 2010

Wilson Bros x BW Colab coming soon.

heads up! spot the ball?

lovin' the new 'title' in the brinkworth library - 'the beautiful game'.
enjoy

Özant Kamaci - Pause




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Shrub Rover




Stave - Barrel Lights



Stave Luminary is the work of Napa Valley resident and Brit native Adam Goldring, who came up with the idea of fashioning wine barrels into handcrafted light fixtures. Goldring uses the staves from reclaimed French oak wine barrels, which he disassembles and dries out before crafting them into their final shape; the interior shade is made from natural upholstery-grade burlap.
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Tuesday, 15 June 2010

Amir Zaki's 'Relics'

A selection of LA based Zaki's photography series of lifeguard cabins on show until the 25th at the Perry Rubenstein Gallery in NYC , should you be in the area.
These manipulated images explore the typology of the mini structures, leaving them somewhere in the relms of a believable fiction.
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Kara Ginther Leather


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Tuesday, 8 June 2010

Mikroskop

Mikroskop is one of the installations by Olafur Eliasson in his exhibition “Innen Stadt Außen” (Inner City Out), at the Martin-Gropius-Bau in Berlin. It’s a huge kaleidoscope in the atrium of the museum, as high as the skylight. Nice use of reflectivity and natural light.
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Friday, 4 June 2010

Need some entertaining......Cheshire Street's the place to go!

Antony Gormley: Test Sites



Opened Yesterday at the WhiteCube Gallery, Gormley's new site specific installation.
The lower ground-floor galery houses this installation, Breathing Room III, which is made from 15 interconnecting photo-luminescent ‘space frames’, the total volume of which is equal to that of the internal gallery space.
Exhibition runs 3 Jun—10 Jul 2010 at Mason's Yard.
More info here.

Wednesday, 2 June 2010