30 July 2014

DESIGNER - morag myerscough

This is wonderfully colourful work of Morag Myerscough. I discovered Morag through the current exhibition at the Southbank Centre in London where in front of the Royal Festival Hall the most unusual temple was being built from painted wood panels of colourful geometrics and bold typography.

Below are my snap shots taken at the Temple of Agape which was commissioned by The Southbank Centre for their Festival of Love and created together with Luke Morgan. When I visited it was still under construction with lots of building and painting taking place. You can see some professional shots of how the finished exhibition turned out and read more online here at Creative Review

STORE SNAPS - royal festival hall

Also today sticking with The Southbank Centre in London, I have a selection of snapshots from the Royal Festival Hall shop. I was very pleased to see that they are stocking a full range of products by designer Kate Clarke whose work I love and who featured in the Print & Pattern 2 book. Scroll down for snapshots starting with a selection from design studio Rude and if you cannot visit the Royal Festival Hall shop in person they also have an online store here.

And below : beautiful designs from Kate Clarke...

And more good design spotted in The Royal Festival Hall shop at the Southbank Centre, London. Designers stocked included MiniModerns, Mibo, and Kangan Arora.