HYBRID CHARACTER MAKING WORKSHOP
HYBRID CHARACTER MAKING WORKSHOP Date: 30 July (Sat) and 6 August (Sat) Place: MokSpace 33 Museum Street, London WC1A 1LH Entry: FREE!
How do designers develop their imagination? This workshop shows you a method to stimulate your creative capacity with daily objects. "Hybrid Character Making" is a method to produce an original character by combining unrelated objects. In the workshop we used daily publications, such as free magazines and newspapers, for collecting materials for developing your own characters! These passports identify the hybrid characters. It was conducted by Hiroko Matsushita. At the end she will select some characters which were made by workshop participants, and develop new art works with them.
HIROKO MATSUSHITA is an illustrator as well as a paper goods designer based in the UK and educated in Central Saint Martins College. www.hirokomatsushita.com firstname.lastname@example.org
28 July - 10 August 2011 MOKSPACE : 33, Museum Street, London, WC1A 1LH
What we lose in our ordinary life is dreams. Designers: Dream Whisperers There are many aspects in the roles of designers, here in MokSpace, we would like to introduce designers who evoke our memory in a time when we used to be living in our dream and fantasy. The designers as ‘Dream Whisperers’ support people to bring their crazy dreams back to their ordinary lives. The event will be formatted as an Art exhibition where designer’s products will be displayed in a white space and a design pop-up store will be within the exhibition. Epha3 and MOKSPACE will host two design workshops on every Saturday afternoon at 4pm with paper art designer Hiroko Matsushita at the exhibition space. It will be a real time to meet designers and inspired by their design ideas.
About Epha3: Epha3 is a UK based PR agency for designers in many different areas. At present, we proudly represent selected designers from Japan, Korea and China. They have a various range of design works and own their design philosophies. We help them to communicate more effectively with people through their designs.
Published by Hiroko Matsushita 2011