The Green Book
Eva Kellenberger and Sebastian White are exhibiting as part of the group Disruptive Thinking. Kellenberger – White is a new graphic design studio based in London, founded in 2009.
The focus of the studio is to work with cultural institutions and individuals, including galleries and museums, event designers, exhibition designers and publishers. Kellenberger and White met at the Royal College of Art and have since collaborated on a number of projects. They are interested in working methods and observations outside graphic design that can be reused within their practice. They like to form strong collaborative relationships with clients whereby their design approach might change completely depending on the client and subject matter to achieve an appropriate outcome.
Design Interactions 2009 (The Green Book) presents projects from the graduating MA students of the Design Interactions department at the Royal College of Art. The theme of the book picks up on the idea of the green screen used in film and television – an isolated object can be projected into any possible environment or situation. It invites you to mentally project the projects and designs conceived by the students into worlds in which you believe they could exist. To allow for a second reading of these objects the designers commissioned writer Alex Burrett to produce a short story about the students’ projects.
Published on the occasion of the Royal College of Art Degree Show, 26 June – 5 July 2009, MA Design Interactions.
Designersblock London 2009 takes place during the London Design Festival over 5000 square meters of space alongside 100% Design in Earls Court One.
24 – 27 Sep 2009
Thursday 24 September 10.00 – 21.00 Friday 25 September 10.00 – 19.00 Saturday 26 September 10.00 – 18.00
Sunday 27 September 11.00 – 17.00
Register on the Designersblock website.