Following the success of the first, we are inviting you to join us and take part in the second instalment of the Camberwell Press pub quiz, with categories such as: Typography, Animation, Illustration, Film and more to question your creative mental knowledge.
Christmas E-Cards illustrated by Camberwell Press' in-house illustrators Charlotte Mei, Grace Helmer and Victoria Willmott. Cards were designed in response to the three strands of activity that Camberwell Press represent: Design, Publishing and Events.
Established in 2004, Wimbledon Space works as an exhibition space deriving through research and practise within Wimbledon College Of Art with an emphasis on the specialisms taught at the college, namely Fine Art and Theatre Design. Commissioned to redesign the logo were our Camberwell Press designers who took simplicity and legibility into the key functions for the type. Set in a bold Avenir type face in all caps to perform as a modern, humanistic and legible form with a striking look. The logo has been precisely spaced to allow optimum legibility at multiple sizes functioning in black and white as well as colour.
Different Ways to Say the Same Thing: Four cards from Bruno Munari's Immagini Della Realta, via Stopping off Place. Intended for 3-6 year olds, the boxed edition of 40 cards of photographic images, plus 12 to draw on, was intended to learn about the different ways of representing objects. Three different games can be played with the cards: The Words and Images game, The Misleading Images game, and The Classification game.
As the subject of illustration becomes ever more popular, the need to look at it with a critical eye becomes more important. To accompany the 2011 Camberwell lllustration graduate show and publication, they wanted to generate an informative and intellectual discussion which matched their ambition and energy to meet the challenges that an image heavy world presents. In that spirit of enquiry and broad engagement a number of burning questions on what their subject is, and what it can be, have been put to Adrian Shaughnessy, celebrated educator author and designer, and Darryl Clifton Design Programme Director at Camberwell College of Arts.
Poster by Frederick Williams and Paul Hardman for the Thingness exhibition.
Thingness is a feeling as much as a philosophical debate. This essay is written from the perspective of a more grounded approach to materiality, by two people coming from different traditions of making: one from a Japanese craft tradition, the other from a 1990s UK fine art education. It has developed from the long-held shared interest in our connections to objects that came from these two very different perspectives. In one, ideas are believed to reside in the material, and for the other the making was concerned with how to reconcile the idea and the material.
Among Other Things
Fresh Prints: Camberwell Press has been invited to display a range of recently produced publications at the Fresh Prints exhibition – Showroom, University of the Arts London. Please join us at the Private View on Wednesday the 1st of May to discuss and see what we have been working on.
Let's Get Quizzical – Round 2: Following the success of the first, we are inviting you to join us and take part in the second instalment of the Camberwell Press pub quiz, with categories such as: Typography, Animation, Illustration, Film and more to question your creative mental knowledge.
18 February 6pm - 9pm
Camberwell College of Arts
Book launch for I used to be a design student, created by Brighten the Corners, Frank Philipin and Billy Kiosoglou. The launch takes place at Camberwell College of Arts where the inspiration began after a workshop led by Brighten the Corners for the BA Graphic Design students, which looked at the relationship between their student work and their development into professional practice. Find out more about the book and event here.
13 December 2012 09.00 - 18.00
LBi Event Space
To find out more on the event visit the Alt/Shift website and join the discussion online.
4 October - 20 October 2012
Mokita 2: illustration Symposium
16 October 2012 10.00 - 17.00
Le Fil The Filosophy of Making
25 - 28 September 2012
Le Fil presents his debut solo show 'Pop Sculpture: The Filosophy of Making', which will bring the spectacle of pop music into the art gallery context. Camberwell Space will be transformed into a multi-disciplinary platform ready for a pop sculptural reinvention. 'Pop Sculpture' features new songs, ceramics and sculptures created by Le Fil during his art residency at Vanguard Court Studios in Peckham.
Writing on the Wall
14 March 2012
CCW Wilson Road
Into the Fold
24 February - 13 March 2012
Camberwell Press seeks to create and ideal and interactive studio within a public space for two and half weeks. The exhibition will culminate in a publication formed from material generated with collaborators via a series of talks, workshops, design & publishing projects.
Among Other Things
10 January - 10 Feburary 2012
Among Other Things brings together objects, video, sound and installation by four artists who question what it means to produce work through relational encounters with and between people.
onedotzero_adventures in motion
23 - 27 November 2011
2011 sees onedotzero celebrate 15 years of championing the progression of global digital culture and innovation in motion. Programmed in partnership with regular host venue BFI Southbank, this special anniversary will present short films and animation, music videos, interactivity, digital art and everything in between.