Playing design detective at Liberty

Saturday, August 08, 2009

Oh dear, I been a bit absent from the blog of late but I'm hoping the next few posts will make up for it. It's been a busy couple of weeks work wise as well as having to deal with a few obstacles along the way (thank you to everyone who left such lovely comments of support, I will keep you updated, promise!) but I'm having some time out to catch up on some "me" time as well as preparing for the Bust Craftacular that's happening in a few weeks.

Today (after coffee at Princi...highly recommended, even if it's to gaze at the array of cakes & pastries) started my time out with a quick visit to Liberty's to take a peek at their new "Prints Charming" exhibition. It comprises of new prints created exclusively by renowned artists like Grayson Perry
They also had some beautiful pieces made by others using Liberty prints like these A.P.C bags and chandeliers by Squint

The window displays were also fab, especially this one featuring work by wonderful Amanda Fatherazi

Although, as Susie rightly said, no photography was allowed, I managed to take a few sneaky pictures, establishing my role as an undercover design detective for today. Enjoy!

1 comment :

Mrs Button said...

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