Monday, 23 February 2009

Out with Vanley Burke

We were out and about with the photographer Vanley Burke, who has been documenting black history for the last 40 years. He has a wide range of projects on the go at the moment. One such project is documenting the places where murder or tragic accidents have taken place. His aim is to show the aftermath not just with the physical grief but the way in which life carries on in the geographical situations they have taken place. These photographs show him taking pictures of a shrine dedicated to a young man that sadly was involved in a fatal road accident. Obviously from the amount of flowers, pictures and messages he is very much missed.

Tuesday, 17 February 2009


Check this blog out -  it is written by James Griffin. It is full of really interesting and inspiring work. James is not only an avid collector of art and design but also a good practitioner of the subject. He's not bad at writing too, which is unusual for a good designer.

We met him at FEED third birthday party, where large amounts of booze was drank by everyone...

Sunday, 15 February 2009

we're showing at Fazeley Studios 27.02.09

we have been invited back to show the hybrid_1 work for the opening of Fazeley Studios thanks to PLUS Festival plugging us. We have been working on phase 2 of the hybrid project in the wma_bunka and will be announcing a very small and exclusive exhibition soon.
In the meantime hopefully see you at the Fazeley Studio Launch...