A few recent Editorials about live theatre productions of the news, the bullying of a deaf child and innovation within education
We are part of a group show in London this month. SAVE THE BEES! Official Launch Exhibition at Forge & Co, 154-158 Shoreditch High Street, London, E1 6HU. 18th - 21st Sept.
Artist confirmed include; Jessica Albarn, Sanna Annuka, Jody Barton, Kyle Bean, Rose Blake, Tom Ashton-Booth, Anthony Burrill, Stanley Donwood, Eternity Stew, Rachel Gale, Stevie Gee, Jonathan Gibbs, Robert Hunter, Hvass & Hannibal, James Jarvis, Jean Jullien, Angie Lewin, Essy May, Rop Van Mierlo, Edward Carvalho Monaghan, Al Murphy, Beatrix Ong, Peepshow Collective, Mike Perry, Katie Scott, Matt Sewell, Amy Shelton, Von, Charley Whinney & Kristjana S Williams.
Save the Bees is a new environmental campaign founded by beekeepers Barnes & Webb to protect the honey bee.
From Top: Chrissie Macdonald x 3, Jenny Bowers, Lucy Vigrass, Marie O'Connor, Miles Donovan, Spencer Wilson.
All photography by John Hooper
These are our contributions to 'Tooled Up' , curated by Art & Graft. The exhibition is open during the London Design Festival, with a late night opening as part of SDT on Tues 16th Sept until 21:00.
Mon - Fri: 11:00 - 18:30, Sat 12:00 - 18:00. More info here.
Art&Graft, G6 City Pavillion, 37 Cheshire Street, London, E2 6EA.
Prototype-making workshop with Chrissie Macdonald.
A prototype is a first or preliminary version of a device, machine or product from which other forms are developed.
Thomas Edison, co-inventor of the first commercially viable light bulb, is said to have developed thousands of prototypes in the process: ‘I have not failed. I’ve just found 10,000 ways that won’t work.’
Sam Born made history in 1916 with his machine that mechanically inserts sticks into lollipops, George de Mestral made it possible for me to put on my own trainers as a child when he invented Velcro in 1948, and my five-year-old nephew has big plans for the cuddling machine that will never let you go.
I challenge all budding inventors to create a paper prototype for an invention that doesn’t yet exist. What machine or device would improve the world, enhance your life, solve a problem or grant a wish?
Come along to Paper Cut: The Exhibition at The Proud Archivist this Sunday 14th Sept between 10am-4pm to accept my challenge, pick up some paper and see where it takes you!
Sign up for the workshop here.
Above: Boy Detection Device for enhancing life at Secondary School (for Girls).
Photography by Jess Bonham.
We are taking part in a group show this month as part of Shoreditch Design Triangle & London Design Festival.
Tooled Up, 12th Sept - 20th Sept. Open Mon-Fri: 11:00 - 18:30 and Sat 12:00 - 18:00 with a late night opening on Tues 16th until 21:00.
Art & Graft, G6 City Pavillion, 37 Cheshire Street, London, E2 6EA. More here.
APFEL, BMCH, Craig & Karl, Daniel Eatock, Deanne Cheuk, Emily Forgot, Hisham Akira Bharoocha, Hvass&Hannibal, Jody Barton, Joel Hopkinson, Kustaa Saksi, Marcus Reed, Merijn Hos, MVM, Neasden Control Centre, Peepshow Collective, Santuu Mustonen, Saskia Pomeroy
Image: Untitled by Merijn Hos, Photography John Hooper
POSTED BY Miles Donovan LABELS: Exhibitions
I'll be holding a workshop at Paper Cut: The Exhibition on Sunday 14th September at The Proud Archivist, so drop by between 10am-4pm to create a paper prototype of your own invention. You can sign up for it as well as other workshops taking place throughout the duration here.
I'll be one of 25 artists and illustrators exhibiting work at Owen Gildersleeve's Paper Cut exhibition at The Proud Archivist Gallery on Regents Canal, London from 28th August - 25th September. There will be original artworks and prints for sale, as well as curated talks, workshops and events throughout the show.
How We Got To Now: Six Innovations That Made The Modern World by Steven Johnson. Available on pre-order now, published 30th Sept 2014.