Archive for the ‘ART’ Category
Thursday, May 16th, 2013
Always producing fresh takes on lookbooks is the The Chimp Store. They’ve drafted in the talents of Leeds-based artist Josh Parkin who draws us a fun look at the retailer’s Nike Spring/Summer 2013 inventory. Josh has taken the outdoors onto paper with slightly abnormal sunny vibes. Scenes from the lookbook include car washes, shark attacks [...]
Wednesday, April 24th, 2013
The Cob Studios is set to present a photography exhibition, ‘I Bought This For The Cover’, curated by Leanne Petersen.
It documents and highlights the obsession a selected few have with print media in particular with magazines (myself being one of them). The exhibition looks to explore what draws one to a magazine cover and why.
Thursday, March 28th, 2013
ShareThe celebrations of Nike’s Air Max 25th year continue, not to the same extent as the evolution of encapsulated air aesthetic, but putting a fine stamp upon favourite Air Max models. Nike drafted five London creatives of different disciplines for this capital city based Air Max Reinvent project, to give their own reinterpretations of those [...]
Friday, February 22nd, 2013
WeAreHQ has been asked to design a pair of shoes for a competition set up by Boxfresh and Intercity’s Art & Sole, called Swich It Up.
The project is in aid of UK charity Teenage Cancer Trust, and in partnership with retailer Schuh. The competition invites creatives to re-design the Boxfresh Swich hi-top silhouette. The winning [...]
Tuesday, February 12th, 2013
Most people are against Valentine’s Day because they don’t want to give into consumerism, but I say fight the system some other day! ‘Love Clots’ is basically an anatomically correct love heart. “My first degree at uni was anatomy so the design reflects a little bit about my story”, says creative and friend of WeAreHQ [...]
Thursday, January 24th, 2013
Having already had an insight into the Brutus Trimfit Illustrators Project, the brand put on a fine exhibition last week to showcase the decorated shirts. Nine of the chosen talented artists involved in the project had their shirts dressed on mannequins in a studio space right next door to the infamous The Box club in [...]
Saturday, January 19th, 2013
The last 12 months has seen British brand Brutus commission some of the country’s most talented emerging artists for the Trimfit Illustrators Project. Brutus handed over their white Trimfit shirts to be used as canvases for artists (including Mudi, Tobey Rover and Ryan Todd) to incorporate their own unique styles with every illustration intricately [...]