Eat and breathe with this new creation from creative partnership of Jamie Elliott and Liam Healy. They specialize in human relationships. In this case, how we interact with, and even shape our environments.
This idea had been floating around in my head for a while. Interchangeable scalpel blades. Spoon and scalpel as one! Getting it actually made and stepping back from the computer was a joy. No photoshop, just a fully working prototype. No more tea in my biro or spoons messing up my desk.
I was lucky enough to see this exhibition in person last weekend in Madrid. It’s got to be the biggest retrospective dedicated to this amazing Italian conceptual artist. The large panels created with ballpoint pen are stunning. It’s on until February 5, if you find yourself passing through.
Daneil Eatock does what he does best. A pop art project of consuming and re-consuming. Of this work, he says: ‘A full packet of crisps chewed into a pulp, spat out, and formed into the shape of a potato’. Indeed.
Having lived in Holland for a few years, this crafted documentary about beachcombers and the museums they’ve created is well worth a look. As they say ‘everything they find has a story’.
I asked myself, can two of my favorite things, bikes and film, really co-exsist? It appears so. The magnificent revolution crew are weaving some cinematic magic to local London parks, rooftops and playgrounds.