- Field Work Facebook page
- Rose de Borman
- Caitlin Hinshelwood
- Hinshelwood de Borman
- Rose's Blog
- Caitlin's Blog
- Maxwell Wade Painting
- Fancy Goods Shop
- Jazmine Miles Long Taxidermy
- Alice Stevenson Illustration
- Datter Industries Jewellery
- Ivy Nixon Jewellery
- Ann Nazereth Basketry
- Victoria Nelmes / Gift Wrap H.Q
- Sarah Raphael Balme Painting
- Shipping Forecast Knitwear
- Lotte Beatrix Crawford Illustration
Wednesday, 5 December 2012
The artist John Workman will be displaying a number of his oil painted cut outs in the shop, we are especially looking forward to seeing the lions and greyhounds with rabbits. They are going to be right at home amongst the menagerie that is Field Work.
Tuesday, 4 December 2012
Victoria Jane, stylist, expert gift wrapper and the lady responsible for our glorious tinsel display for the outside of the shop last year returns to Field Work to take on another giant F and W. Expect more of the shiny stuff. Set up starts very soon!
Monday, 3 December 2012
Sunday, 2 December 2012
Papier Mache Masks from India
Fancy Goods will be supplying the shop with treasures sourced from distant shores such as India, Japan and Romania...Expect jazzy bike lights, ceramics, animal masks, wooden spoons, children's knitwear and much much more. Plus we will have a few pieces from our trip to Mexico last year including Day of the Dead papel picado's and ceramics as well as decorations and stationery picked up in Portugal.
Friday, 30 November 2012
We have selected a number of Ann Nazareth's beautifully crafted basketry pieces for the shop. We will have a few kitchen utensil sets as well as individual pieces and everyone needs a basketry ladle right? They are really very special when you see them in real life.
London based illustrator and printmaker Lotte Beatrix Crawford is joining us for this December's outing, supplying us with plenty of lovely paper goods including Christmas cards and printed notebooks.
Tuesday, 27 November 2012
We are very happy to be stocking some of our dear friend and talented illustrator, Alice Stevenson's new Christmas cards at Field Work. Her cards last year were a sell out. Only 10 days till the shop opens now!
Monday, 26 November 2012
We had both spotted the work of Sarah Raphael Balme a while back so we're really excited to be exhibiting some of her paintings at Field Work this December. Looking forward to get them up on the walls next week!
Shipping Forecast return to Field Work this year with hand knits inspired by classic designs and knitted in British wools, including some very sweet baby socks this year.
Saturday, 24 November 2012
Field Work is thrilled to have the lovely London based illustrator Kaye Blegvad on board this year and her Datter Industries jewellery collection. We've been fans for a while now, hankering after a number of pieces ourselves so can't wait to see it all in the shop, as well as some of her illustrated paper garlands.
Monday, 19 November 2012
We visited Maxwell Wade in his studio yesterday to decide on the final pieces to go into Field Work this year. He has had a prolific year producing new prints, works on paper and canvases and we're really excited about having a body of his new work for the walls. Make sure you come and see them!
Wednesday, 14 November 2012
www.facebook.com/FieldWorkpopupshop to see a taster of this year's items, although there's loads we're just going to leave until the opening. Anyone interested in interning with us from the first week of December as we get it all together please get in touch . I'll be uploading some info on this years exhibitors here soon...
Thursday, 8 November 2012
Tuesday, 6 November 2012
Field Work was set up in 2009 by us, Rose de Borman and Caitlin Hinshelwood as a way of exhibiting our respective artwork, textiles and personal projects in a curated space alongside other artists and designers we admire. We will be popping up again at 54 Rivington Street 8-16 December 2012, and will be posting more about it on this blog very soon. In the meantime below is a selection of images from past shops. We just have moved to this blog from our previous Hinshelwood de Borman blog space, so do look back there to see more in depth information on previous shops and exhibitors.