Archive for August 2011
Not long out of university, Eddy and Ryan, otherwise known as DR.ME, have conjured up one of the most intriguingly fresh creative partnerships to be found in the north west of England.
What fascinates me with transmission towers is that are the second largest network of man made structures in the UK, except you don't really notice them.
To promote an adventurous spirit of exploration and discovery, something that would allow every man to find the areas in their own life where they can continue the spirit of honest adventure.
Andy Warbol was originally the title I gave this piece, but quickly concluded that having already produced a visual twist of a famous artist's work, a blatant pun on the artists name was a bit obvious.
Having our own show means we’re challenged to create a whole new range of work in about six weeks, enough to fill the room and create a successful exhibition.
This installation is the result of a series of experiments and explorations, mixing various techniques and media to help tell some kind of story.
Scale wise, a lot of my work is large and that is because it has a direct relationship to advertising, but actually, during the working process, everything big or small is kind of equivalent as I’m working on a computer screen.
After a disastrous result in the Danish general election, the political party Det Radikale Venstre (Social-Liberal Party) called on Studio Parris Wakefield.
This piece, along with the rest of the work I’ve produced for the exhibition is based around creating a scene or scenario which involves a certain collectable and then adding a humorous spin to it.
Having become interested in the stories behind some of the world's great landmarks Design by House began to explore ways of expressing their iconic nature without succumbing to the silhouette.