With our two amazing exhibitions during the Fuori Salone 2013 in Milan we have not just reached 80.000+ visitors, but also a lot of press! Below you will find a collection of the links where Designersblock and our exhibitors are published. This list will continuously be updated. think.bigchief.it mentioned: Olivia Alice – Kate McClean – [...]
Some great shots of Laura-Jane Atkinson her work. Got enthusiastic? Find here a nice interview between her and Artsthread, and here her website! All pictures are taken by Laura-Jane herself.
Some lovely photographs of Aline Brugel her work in our Magazzini exhibition during the Fuori Salone 2013. For more information about her work click here. All pictures are taken by Benni Li Volsi.
In collaboration with Heineken we also had our other, slightly smaller, exhibition on Via Valenza. Here were the lovely products of young designers, who work with Artsthread, presented! All pictures are taken by Lauren Bardini, click here for her website. Trees for the Magazinni project were supplied by Lost Heritage. Click here for their website.
Once again a great success! With our show on Via Tortona right in the middle of the centre we reached more than 80.000 people during the whole week. Pictures are taken by Linda, click here for her website.
For Milan 2013 London based sculptor and illustrator Camilla Barnard has created a new range of lights based on theatre and film lights. Camilla was recently interviewed for Homegirl London, you can read the interview here Where Camilla talks about her work and approach to design.
Designersblock present “The Ark of Many Voices” by Marco Monterzino. Marco Monterzino describes the genesi and gestation of his “Ark of Many Voices” project. ‘For one year I have somewhat avoided to design a product, a service or a trend. In August 2011, when the riots took place in London, I was struck by the [...]
A little taste of what Designersblock did at Pitfield London if you didn’t get the chance to make it down there. All pictures by Lauren Bardini, check out her blog here.
Trees for the Magazinni project were supplied by Lost Heritage. Click here for their website.