Creative [SIN]ergy present A6/Future/; Henny and Oskar present Airmail

21 Sep 2009 – 27 Sep 2009

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Mon-Fri 10-6pm, Sat-Sun 12-5pm

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Idea Generation Gallery

London, United Kingdom


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  • Nearest tube: Liverpool Street / Old Street

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To celebrate the London Design Festival 2009, Idea Generation Gallery is playing host to two exciting design and illustration collectives:


Creative [SIN]ergy present A6 /future/ Creative [SIN]ergy presents, A6 /future/ - a collaboration between 22 upcoming illustrators from both Singapore and the UK. Supported by the Singapore International Foundation, The Central Illustration Agency and Tiger Beer. A6 /future/ invites these artists to share their thoughts, hopes and dreams about their future through the use of A6 sized postcards. Each illustrator has been posed a question on what he/she feels about the future, and then instructed to express these thoughts through illustrations on half an A6 postcard. Each postcard is then posted to an artist on the other side of the world for him/her to complete the template - a mutual exchange of ideas between artists of different cultures. Charity Auction Party, Saturday 26th September 6 — 9pm at Idea Generation Gallery. The postcards shall then be auctioned off to the highest bidder, with proceeds going to Envision. A6 /future/ features: SG// Eeshuan/ Faded Crimson/ Kristal/ Kuanth/ Mindflyer/ Msxi/ Random Sunday/ Seiji/ Sheryo/ Wei Keong/ Zeropointfive// UK// Brian Grimwood/ Jacqui Mair/ Jingyi Ye/ Jitesh Patel/ Max Ellis/ Sarah Huijie Cai/ Simon Spilsbury/ Sophie Kern/ Stephanie Hosmer/ Supei Ho/ Tow Fewings// For more information please visit www.creativesinergy.com or contact info@creativesinergy.com -------- Parallel Projects present Airmail Curated and designed by Parallel Projects, Airmail will feature a group of young designers and cutting edge proposals working around a common brief. All those involved will explore the notion of weight in design working across lighting and product design to jewellery and ceramics. Can an object be designed by weight? Does the fact of removing the brand of and object make it culturally lighter? What If the same object was to be sold on two different weights, which one would you choose? Can an object perform the same with less material? Can we really do more with less? Private View Party, Friday 25th September For more information visit www.parallel-projects.com or contact info@parallel-projects.com


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