We talked to Camberwell BA 3D structures (2012) graduate Dionne Cole, a versatile and exciting designer who has recently made a move into window design and prop making with her independent company http://www.forwardfold.co.uk.
Meet Beth Lewis Williams, a MiAL artist who creates hand cast and carved porcelain hanging lights.
Our interview this week is with playful Scottish illustrator Robbie Porter, who has created work for an impressive client list including The New York Times, New Scientist Magazine and The National Museums of Scotland, as well as album covers and a full length graphic novel.
Camilla Brueton reflects on he MA drawing final show at Wimbledon, the organisation, the collaboration and of course.. what next?
Made in Arts London is partnering with Eventbrite, to let participants try their hand at screen-printing an artistic masterpiece tonight at Old Street Underground, with materials generously provided by CASS Art.
Esther is drawn and inspired by the idea of ‘the everyday’, how seemingly mundane things that we take for granted but when we consider them on their own they can actually have quite a lot of personal importance and nostalgia.
Camilla Brueton is interested in the relationship between people, infrastructure, architecture and place. She is drawn to linger in locations that most people pass through quickly, often without a second thought.
This week’s interview features the talented Beatriz Sanches. A freelance designer, art director and illustrator originally from Brazil. She is fascinated by different places and cultures, having lived in Barcelona for a number of years and now being based in London.
Made in Arts London at Multiplied Art Fair Christie’s
Made in Arts London at The London Illustration Fair