Wednesday, 22 September 2010
New at Material this week is a fantastic etching by one of our best selling artists Nick Morley entitled Rhino Girl.
The piece was produced as part of the East London Printmakers recent portfolio of 17 works.
Edition of 20
Print dimensions 570mm x 750mm
Also available to buy online
Tuesday, 21 September 2010
The latest issues of Fantastic Man and Gentlewoman are now available at Material and they really are flying off the shelves so get there quick. The previous issues sold out pretty early on with no chance of getting more in and, remember, history does have a habit of repeating itself...
FANTASTIC MAN ISSUE 12
On the cover and inside the magazine is the very gentleman Mr. BRYAN FERRY photographed at home by Mr. JUERGEN TELLER. Other in-depth profiles and photo series include Mr. DAVID WALLIAMS, the comedy actor who recently married the world’s no. 1 model LARA STONE; Mr. AI WEIWEI, the artist who is about to reveal his commission for Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall; Mr. FEDERICO MARCHETTI of the pioneering retail website YOOX; and Mr. STEFANO TONCHI, the New York editor who has the eyes of the fashion industry on him following his recent takeover at W magazine.
This issue is one of great innovation, including an entire FANTASTIC MAN fashion show presenting forty looks for the autumn and winter seasons.
GENTLEWOMAN ISSUE 2
The second issue of The Gentlewoman features in-depth interviews with photographer Inez van Lamsweerde, artist Yoko Ono, comedian Julia Davis, singer-songwriter Cathy Dennis and businesswoman Meena Pathak, as well as fantastic fashion series by renowned photographers such as Inez van Lamsweerde & Vinoodh Matadin, Terry Richardson, Alasdair McLellan, Willy Vanderperre, Liz Collins, Daniel Riera, Anuschka Blommers & Niels Schumm and Benjamin Alexander Huseby.
Sunday, 19 September 2010
ShapeMaker is a set of 25 colourful, geometric design, hand printed, beautifully crafted, environmentally friendly hardwood blocks made of rubber wood – a replenishable wood. The blocks can be excitingly arranged to create a menagerie of thousands of surprising creatures and tons of sparkling, imaginative, engaging images that guarantee to delight children from 3 yrs and upwards. The blocks perfectly illustrate millergoodman’s commitment to combine function with the highest design principles, producing beautiful, sensitive New Classics in the children’s market. Includes design suggestions.
Millergoodman are Zoe Miller and David Goodman, designers who live and work in Brighton. They design and make kids books for the Tate Gallery. A is for artist 2004 Colour 2006 and Shape 2008 we also produce an exclusive Tate product range
In 2008 they launched their millergoodman brand, and the first product ShapeMaker won best gift for kids at Top Drawer 2008
Zoe and David also run a consultancy called silence which helps creatives explore their ideas through still and moving image reference.
Shapemakers are cureentlt available in our Ludlow store and will be available in our London store and online from next week.