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Weird Sensation Feels Good opens at The Design Museum
Weird Sensation Feels Good opens today at The Design Museum in London’s Kensington High St. Subtitled The World of ASMR, this is the UK’s first ever exhibition on ASMR which stands for Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response. Inducing tingles, tranquility, deep calm and euphoria, this is the design story of an evolving internet sensation through a series of audio, visual and tactile works. The first appearance was around 2009 and the ...
Electronic: From Kraftwerk to The Chemical Brothers
Electronic: From Kraftwerk to The Chemical Brothers opens tomorrow at The Design Museum and I was lucky enough to have a socially distanced sneak peek. Having not visited a museum for four months I was very excited to see this exhibition. It marks the re-opening of The Design Museum and strict protocols are in place. Face masks must be worn and the floor is marked out into 2 ...
Moving to Mars – opens today at The Design Museum
Moving to Mars – opens today at The Design Museum in London exploring how sending humans to Mars is not just a scientific frontier but a design challenge as well. There’s a surprising amount of kid friendly spaces here as well as all the tech details to keep fathers happy. For me the most striking part is a vast triple screen film installation where a moulded floor replicates ...
Food: Bigger than the Plate, sustainability at the V&A
Food: Bigger than the Plate, sustainability at the V&A museum opens on May 18th. Its a fascinating visit, great for the older kids and educational for all ages. The exhibition explores how innovative individuals, communities and organisations are radically re-inventing how we grow, distribute and experience food. Having just been to another event featuring waste food disruptors which included the Toast Ale entrepreneur Tristram Stuart who makes beer ...
Yorkshire school kids model for J.W.Anderson
Yorkshire school kids model the collections featured in the new exhibition and book Disobedient Bodies: J.W.Anderson Curates the Hepworth Wakefield and spotted on Dazed Digital. The shots were taken by Jamie Hawkesworth, and¬†feature 123 pupils from local schools wearing both the designer J.W.Anderson’s ¬†creations and other high fashion garments featured in the exhibition including Issey Miyake and Vivienne Westwood. The exhibition at the Hepworth/Wakefield ...
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