Wednesday, 28 April 2010

#34 Up and Coming Exhibitions

Graduation Exhibition at University for the Creative Arts at Maidstone, Kent.
21-22nd June 2010 (more dates TBC)  [link]

D&AD New Blood, Old Truman Brewery, Brick Lane, London.
24-29 June 2010 [link]

It'll be nice to see some people there :)

Wednesday, 21 April 2010

#33 Major Problems

I need some feedback from you lovely people.

This is Thanet Earth.  Britains largest greenhouse complex.

Friday, 16 April 2010

#31b the goat pattern - printed onto tote bags.

Before in blog number #31, i showed you a design, of goats repeated in a pattern, (see left) i thought i had mentioned my plans to screen print it onto canvas bags - well it seems i didn't mention it, but here are some photos. 
They can be bought in a shop in Whitstable called 'Pearl and Hemmingway', they come in this grey, and the 'UCA green'.

They might be for sale at our Folksy Store at some point in the near future - so keep an eye out.

You may have also noticed that i've set it as my background - gives you a better idea of what its like on a larger scale. :) I hope you like it, if you do, let me know and i might think about printing it on more things.  

Wednesday, 7 April 2010

#32 Exhibition

The exhibition went up Wednesday morning, we got everything up in a record 5 hours :) Everything went okay, surprisingly things sold and astonishingly people were exclaiming "wow what a bargain..." when we told them the price!

I had a few pieces that were on show and for sale that i havent shown online before, so heres a few:

have realised how much i like Whitstable, and in the future we should definitely concentrate on Whitstable's patronage.

 The people of Whitstable are so nice and friendly, approachable, especially the shop keepers, i'm really glad they've got the scheme to help save local independent stores.

Unavoidably there are some left over bits for sale, on the Whirlygig Folksy Shop
But we will be selling some cards and bags that are left over from the exhibition in the shop next door :) (on the left - Pearl and Hemmingway) if you missed it and happen to end up in the area.

You can read more about the exhibition on the Whirlygig Blog  :)