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Here is a glimpse of a recent project, Revealing Craft. It is the life behind 13 crafts people from Folksy, through images and text the story is told by India Hobson, an amazing Sheffield photographer. India has worked hard over 16 months to produce the photographic work and we have collaborated both India and Folksy to produce a beautiful prototype book made from newsprint, from our friends at Newspaperclub.
We are raising the funds to create this project through Kickstarter. Our goal is £6,500 to cover the production and print costs of the Revealing Craft book. If successful this first edition will go out for Christmas.
The project ends on the 24th Nov at 16:30.
Support the project at:
Drawing Tomorrow — CIA
On Saturday CIA teamed up with AMV BBDO to bring a great event to the V&A Museum of Childhood which will turned a group of children into the art directors ever. We were one of many pre-briefed artists, below is our brief set by Kiko, 6 & Vincent, 3. We hope you like it!
We’ll be living on another planet, living in small hotels near black seas. We’ll have red rocket cars with 3 fins and wear heat proof space suits surrounded by animals with 3 legs, one eye, a beard and a yellow tail. There’ll be red, yellow, blue and white flying buses and a car shaped swimming pool.
More recent work for Art Sheffield 2013.
Recent work: Art Sheffield 2013
04 Oct – 14 Dec
Festival of contemporary art Art Sheffield 2013 brings together new commissions, exhibitions and performances, by international, UK and Sheffield-based artists at locations across the city. A programme of events, talks and discussions runs throughout the festival.
Typeverything.com - Where the Letters Sleep - Yani & Guille
WORK HARD print in ‘Moti Hotel’ exhibition. Ceramic typographic tiles by Natasja de Vries and Mariette Twilt. by anthonyburrill http://bit.ly/1dMYbw8
"Don’t cry because it’s over, smile because it happened." - Dr. Seuss
30 Years of Swiss Typographic Discourse in the Typographische MonatsblätterTM RSI SGM 1960-90
Edited by École cantonale d’art de Lausanne (ECAL), Louise Paradis with Roland Früh and François Rappo
Design: Robert Huber, Louise Paradis
The Typografische Monatsblätter is one of the most important journals to successfully disseminate the phenomenon of “Swiss typography” to an international audience. With more than 70 years in existence, the journal witnessed significant moments in the history of typography and graphic design. 30 Years of Swiss Typographic Discourse in the Typografische Monatsblätterexamines the years 1960–90, that correspond to a period of transition in which many factors such as technology, socio-political contexts and aesthetic ideologies profoundly affected and transformed the fields of typography and graphic design. The book includes a large number of works from well -known and lesser -known designers such as Emil Ruder, Helmut Schmid, Wolfgang Weingart, Hans-Rudolf Lutz, Jost Hochuli and many others.
Lars Müller Publishers, 2013
20 × 29 cm, 7 ¾ × 11 ½ in, 240 pages, approx. 400 illustrations, hardcover (2013)
ISBN 978-3-03778-334-4, EnglishEUR 50.00 / USD 65.00 / GBP 45.00Photos: ECAL/Clément Rouzaud
The Art of Bookbinding by hungryworkshop.
The Art of Bookbinding is a rare archival film about the processes involved in assembling and preserving books. Bookbinders, letterpress enthusiasts and anyone who has a general love for antique machinery will find interest in this film.
My Toys project is now installed in the Children’s Hospital in Sheffield. More info and images here