Matt and Kevin are always full of great ideas. This free photo booth was one of them. Oh dear… I really wish Sara Abu-Hejleh wasn’t in St.Francisco and was there that we could repeat great moments we had in Berlin. There are few shots (out of a pile) with me and me & Avril. _More
On 12 November Kin Design was celebrating studio’s second birthday party. I popped in there to congratulate Matt and Kevin (I’ve met them, when we were doing a joint project, while I was still studding at Goldsmiths), and to say hello to my course friends: Avril, Clair and Max who work there. hahahaha funny enough, I’ve managed to park my bike in ‘somebody’s’ private yard, and when it was time to head home, I found the gates – locked and I walked all the way home, while Mindaugas was slowly cycling alongside of me. What a silly cow…
After seeing so many stuffed birds at 80-artists-100-hours exhibition and inspired by them, coming back to studio in 3 minutes time I have retraced Marcus Mitchell’s piece that was selling for £400.
Hey! Spot the difference !
That was awesome! Happy birthday Kin!
Our group (Lizzy, Michael and I) was one out of 3, shortlisted to present to Nokia Design // London. Today was a BIG DAY – the day of our presentation. Unfortunately Lizzy and I had to present without Michael, but it feels like everything went smoothly.
Goldsmiths and Kin were working together on live NOKIA brief, where students working in groups (including me) had to design and present their exhibition stands that would communicate new SOLO (Social Location) technology.
This screen shot makes me proud!
This was 6 weeks project, where I worked alongside my friends: Lizzy Burt and Michael Richardson.
The brief of the project was to design a 5m square exhibition space in Brick Lane that would communicate Nokia’s new ‘social location’ technology. The outcome had to capture visitor’s attention and tell the story with simplicity and innovation.