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some random examples of an exhibition in a gallery space on vyner street. vyner street galleries open their doors every first thursday of the month (www.themillcoproject.co.uk/portfolio/first-thursday/). winter brought a different atmosphere to the monthly event but it was still as busy in the spaces and through the street. images above are from a particular dominator/submissive exhibition (www.helengorrill.com) where the women are beautifully painted with bright inks on large scale wall hangings, and men were on the floor so you can “walk all over them”. other strange items in the room included a garment with embroidered and beaded womens private parts. some other key artists and art firms that feature their work are the websites below. james x: http://www.farcryproductions.weebly.com http://www.nettiehorn.com http://www.beerslambert.com http://www.florenceboyd.com
the v&a’s exhibition is a must see for london livers and trip goers. from traditional methods and techniques of making that are passed down such as making a dry stone wall, to colouring eggs with a robot made for this purpose. Above are a few of my favourites from the exhibition. from the top.. a gorilla made from wire coat hangers, sculpted pencils (http://www.daltonmghetti.com/index.asp), a dress made from pins, heart shirt (www.bronwenmarshall.com), dress made from tape, and finally the egg decorater bot (www.evilmadscientist.com). Another fav were a pair of traditional polish lace underwear made in the town of koniakow (www.koniakow.com).
this freebie exhibition is on until 2 January 2012. for details check out their website: www.vam.ac.uk/content/exhibitions/power-of-making
colour however i can do ( : although i cant decide which.
amazing catwalk btw mulbs, the look in the top image is my fav, combined with the elegant shapes and colours throughout