Tuesday, 29 December 2009
A late post of my quick little eskimo design xmas cards. I printed them up using my Print Gocco, a sort of simplified screen-printing machine. Sadly, the burgundy ink refused to print as cleanly and neatly as the lovely orange red, so I had to switch to brown instead. Still, it was a lesson for next year, think I'll just use the one colour and one screen. Hmmmm.
Tuesday, 22 December 2009
Sunday, 29 November 2009
Put the kettle on; sushi print limited edition cup and saucer is finally here.
Available to buy exclusively through Click For Art. The cup and saucer set are sold separately as one in a limited edition of only 250, and including a postcard sized art-print of the design.
Photographs from Click For Art.
Monday, 23 November 2009
Thursday, 19 November 2009
Extraordinary jelly-sculptors Bompas and Parr (previous post) are also organising the creation of a punchbowl so big you could row a boat across it for London's Architectural Punchbowl (via Spoonfed.
"The Architectural Punchbowl will contain over 4,000 litres of a brand new cocktail featuring Courvoisier’s exclusive mixing cognac Exclusif."
Architectural Punchbowl at 33 Portland Place, London w1.
Posted by Cat Finnie at 01:49
Amazing sculptural and glow in the dark jellies from Bompas and Parr.
In their own words:
"Bompas & Parr creates fine English jellies, designs bespoke jelly moulds and curates spectacular culinary events.
The work of Bompas & Parr operates in the space between food and architecture. Our projects explore how the taste of food is altered through synaesthesia, performance and setting. Currently the focus of our research is jelly: jelly is the perfect site for an examination of food and architecture due to its uniquely plastic form and the historic role it has played in exploring notions of taste."
Down with cake! Long live the jelly!
Posted by Cat Finnie at 01:42