Caroline Saul, Bulbous Form One, recycled plastic milk bottles, 45x45cm, 2008.
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A new study has revealed that exports account for 30-40% of designer-makers’ business within Cockpit Arts, with France, Japan and US the main markets.
Penny Jones explores the career of Andrew Tanner who has spent ten years as a designer maker developing many successful ranges of batch-produced ceramics.
Frances Lord explores Michael Marriott’s career and practice which involves exhibition design, curating, writing, product and furniture design and installation.
Peter Freeman makes light sculptures and installations that articulate public spaces. Kate Stoddart explores his practice.
Karen Lubbock is the creator of Karen magazine, which delights in the ordinariness of everyday life, providing an antidote to the mainstream celebrity and lifestyle magazine world.
An exploration of professional development support needs for makers in the West Midlands has identified that as makers working patterns are characterised as multi-tasking portfolio workers.
Whilst sitting in my parent’s garden in the summer of 1996, I became mesmerised by the patterns created on the table by the light filtering through my father’s pint jug of beer.
Founded by sculptor Charles Hadcock and designer Russell Howard and housed in old water board offices, the Watermark in Preston is home to a unique blend of creative commercial businesses and artists’ studios. Twelve artists and designers located there grouped […]
Three years ago I found myself following my partner to Zanzibar, East Africa.
Amanda Fielding looks at the activities of Johanne Mills and provides insights into the versatility of the contemporary artist.
Lucy Wilson explores the development and expansion of Hidden Art, an initiative set-up by Dieneke Ferguson to promote the work of designer-makers in Hackney.
Gordon Dalton visits ‘Highlife’, an exhibition of artist-designed bird boxes commissioned by Bristol City Council, working with lead artists FAT, as part of Bristol Legible City.
Abigail Branagan discusses the development of this innovative platform for contemporary design and explores its value to exhibitors.