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Prime The Animation 2
28 October, 4pm, Lecture Theatre CG77 - Hendon Campus, London.

Prime The Animation 2

Today is International Animation Day and to celebrate MDX Animation is hosting a special screening of PRIME THE ANIMATION 2, a showcase of exceptional animation from leading European animation schools. The program will include work from The Animation Workshop (Denmark), Polytechnic University Valencia (Spain), the Animation Department from the Estonian Academy of Arts (Estonia) and four films by students from BA Animation, Middlesex University.  

4pm Tuesday 28th October in Lecture Theatre CG77

All welcome!

Link to the trailer: http://vimeo.com/109216201
 

Japantastic: Japanese-inspired patterns for British homes, 1880-1930

In the 1870s and 80s, Britain experienced a craze for all things Japanese. Japanese art and design was seen as exciting and exotic by Europeans, because it was so different to Western culture. It offered a whole new way of looking at and representing the world. Arthur Silver was a British designer of wallpapers and textiles. He established his company, the Silver Studio, in 1880. He and his colleagues were avid collectors of Japanese source material. The Silver Studio incorporated Japanese materials, methods and motifs these into designs for wallpapers and textiles for British consumers between about 1880 and 1930. The resulting designs are not straightforwardly ‘Japanese’ but are the result of a cross-cultural fertilisation of design ideas. Today the Silver Studio Collection is the core collection of the Museum of Domestic Design & Architecture (MoDA), Middlesex University. This book accompanies an exhibition held at MoDA between 2009 and 2010. This is a text only version. A fully-illustrated version is available from www.blurb.com

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text only version of published book

Created by:

Zoë Hendon