Graphic Design Festival Scotland, 20-26 October, 2017

GDFS, 20-26 Oct, 2017

GDFS

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2-Day Workshop: PUTPUT – Double Takes

12/06/2017

PUTPUT is a cross disciplinary practise working primarily within contemporary still life photography, publication, installation and sculpture. Established in 2011 by Stephan Friedli and Ulrik Martin Larsen.

“Neatly placed at the intersection where art, design and concept meet PUTPUT create distinct visuals through self instigated projects and commissions for clients including SZ Magazin, Wallpaper, Der Spiegel, Liberation, L’Express and NEON.”

Stephan and Ulrik aimed to change the perspectives of participants, helping them see the world around them differently and celebrate the undiscovered beauty of the everyday.

“We want to share our deep fascination of unnoticed everyday objects with you – objects that we take for granted are interrogated to unleash their full potential and too see not only what they are but more importantly what they may become through combining them with other objects, incorporating them in unusual scenarios and re-contextualising their original intended function.”

 
“The second part of the workshop dives into by-products of artistic processes working with iconic artworks and design we set out to harness the potential of creating for the art piece – something that adds value, not only to the original artwork but that also establishes itself as an individual work in its own right.”


Putput:
putput.dk

Photographs:
stephen-hughes.com

2-Day Workshop: Koto – Branding Masterclass

12/06/2017

Koto was founded in 2015 by Caroline Matthews, James Greenfield and Jowey Roden. “Working at the intersection of brand and digital. We envision, design and build brands across platforms both digital and physical. We pride ourselves on working on businesses of all scales, from start ups to the world’s biggest brands.” James and Jowey brought […]

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2-Day Workshop: Urban Outfitters – Visual Merchandising

12/06/2017

Urban Outfitters is a global retailer with a boutique approach. Does that sound like a contradiction? How about this: Urban Outfitters is the biggest small retailer in the world. Over 2 days Simon, Charlotte and Denni of Urban Outfitters provided a visual merchandising experience which focused on UO’s in-store magazine SHEET. The latest issue was […]

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