We moved two and a half weeks ago from the Biscuit Factory! The building is unfortunately destined for demolition and so after much packing and sorting we relocated to what used to be a further education college which is just down the road from where we were before.
You can join us at the same number as always: 0207 231 8881
Apologies to anyone who has struggled to get in touch with us over the last two weeks. It has taken us a bit of time to sort out all the equipment here as well as reconnecting to the phone and internet, but we are now back and running as usual!
Photo © Guler Ates
This hauntingly beautiful photo by artist Guler Ates, was dry mounted this week to 5mm foamex – this is a very light weight and smooth PVC board, which is ideal for dry mounting art work that will be framed. Once mounted the photo was indeed passed on to our neighbours Oaksmith Studio fine art framers. Guler’s photo’s are always quite breath taking, so we wanted to show the latest one to pass through the studio…
Terry will be dry mounting photographer Liane Lang’s beautiful C-type photographic prints, to 5 mm thick kapa board.
These inspiring and absorbing photos were taken in the interior of a large home/museum in Florence and will be exhibited in the theHouse of St.Barnabas in Soho, London, opening on the 2nd of April.
photo © Liane Lang
Printing for a light box!
Here is an inkjet Duratrans that Terry printed very recently and which went up in the Universal Music building in London. This type of print is usually backlit and intended for a lightbox – the image is printed on a semi-transparent polyester sheet and illuminated by a light behind it.
Clear Acrylic and Concrete Landscapes
Last week Terry dry mounted photos by photographer Sue Barr for her exhibition The Architecture of Transit at London’s Architectural Association. These striking and beautiful photos of monumental concrete road structures imposing their way through the Italian countryside and small towns, were mounted in a sharp and modern style: face-mounted to acrylic so that the photos sat behind 3mm deep clear acrylic and were backed by the substrate dibond. This style perfectly suited the strong, almost geometric shapes of the roads and bridges depicted in the photos and also gave them a necessary sense of depth and space.
This great exhibition runs until the 15th of February at the Architectural Association . To see more of Sue’s work visit: www.thearchitectureoftransit.com
photos © Sue Barr/ Architecture of Transit
We have so much amazing and inspiring work passing through our workshop, that for 2014 we decided it was time to start a blog to let you see what goes on here.
Keep an eye on this page…