Thursday, 11 December 2014

oh,no!

Waël Seaiby needs your help!
 Today, I am starting this campaign to fund the launch of oh, no!, a design studio that focuses on the reuse of abundant waste materials to create beautiful objects.

 

Tuesday, 9 December 2014

The Memory of My Wardrobe - The Book




This is the lovely new book of Ida Taavitsainen's beautiful photographic project The Memory of My Wardrobe.






Saturday, 6 December 2014

One Hundred Blinks - Edinburgh Screening

It was wonderful to see Lindsay Perth's touching, truly beautiful film, One Hundred Blinks, projected on to the National Galleries of Scotland on Thursday evening.


My son in One Hundred Blinks...and now!
with Lindsay Perth


My daughter in One Hundred Blinks



and yours truly in One Hundred Blinks 

And it is a real honour to be part of this amazing project.



Friday, 5 December 2014

Shop Online

Yes, my shops are open again and there are still a few days left to buy that festive hat!

Brown/Black Herringbone Harris Tweed Hat
Big beautiful ring by The Jewelry Story


Final Christmas posting dates 
Wednesday 3 December Asia, Far East (including Japan), New Zealand
Thursday 4 December Australia
Friday 5 December Africa, Caribbean, Central & South America, Middle East
Monday 8 December Cyprus, Eastern Europe, Greece
Tuesday 9 December Canada, Poland
Friday 12 December USA
Saturday 13 December Western Europe (excluding Greece, Poland)
UK Dates
Thursday 18 December 2nd Class and Royal Mail Signed For®
Saturday 20 December 1st Class and Royal Mail Signed For®
Tuesday 23 December Royal Mail Special Delivery Guaranteed®

Wednesday, 3 December 2014

One Hundred Blinks

One Hundred Blinks, a film by Lindsay Perth, is being projected on the National Galleries building as part of the opening of the Society of Scottish Artists Annual Exhibition at the Royal Scottish Academy on Thursday December 4, 5pm-9pm. The projection will be 16 metres wide, on the road side of the mound facing the castle.






‘One Hundred Blinks’ is a collection of portraits. One hundred faces, aged 0 to 100, are shown in order of age, each face changing to the next during a blink. Filmed in close up with eyes in sharp focus each portrait is an individual with character, wisdom and vulnerability.
As a collection of faces, ‘One Hundred Blinks’ presents a reflective and meditative narrative that is essentially the human experience. The film progresses through the ages as each face changes, ending with the blink of the 100 year old which reveals the face of the new born baby once more.
Filmed in slow motion at 200 frames per second Perth attempts to slow down time and give us opportunity to gaze and celebrate each age and face with their uniqueness and humanity.
You will see my daughter early on (2 mins 57 seconds in this shorter version) but will have to come and watch the full version to find my son and me, a wee bit further on!



Wednesday, 5 November 2014

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