All I Want For Xmas

For the special Christmas edition of their creative get-together, Glug, Ian Hambleton (of Studio Output) and Nick Clement (Made Studio) have launched a seasonal competition. Creatives are invited to respond to the statement, “All I want for Christmas is…” to be in with a chance of winning some rather tasty prizes.

For the special Christmas edition of their creative get-together, Glug, Ian Hambleton (of Studio Output) and Nick Clement (Made Studio) have launched a seasonal competition. Creatives are invited to respond to the statement, “All I want for Christmas is…” to be in with a chance of winning some rather tasty prizes.

At the Christmas Glug at the Bodhi Gallery in east London on December 11, a final shortlist of ten works will be displayed (and they’ll also be showcased here on the CR blog). Three eventual winners will then be decided on the night.

Now then, to those prizes. Confirmed so far:

A signed, framed Pixies print by the legendary Vaughan Oliver; a signed, framed Build print from Michael C Place; an internship at either Studio Output or Mainframe; some Jon Burgerman Heroes of Burgertown figures; a three-course evening meal for two at Bluu Moorgate in London; AND a year’s subscription to Design Week.

Can’t say fairer than that.

So, here are the entry details from the Glug chaps:

Send entries via post, FTP or email by December 1 to:

‘ALL I WANT FOR CHRISTMAS IS…’
STUDIO OUTPUT
109 BLACK BULL YARD
24-28 HATTON WALL
LONDON EC1N 8JH

GLUGLONDON@GMAIL.COM using the subject: ALL I WANT FOR
CHRISTMAS IS…

Make sure to include all of your contact details with your entry and any extra information that the judges might require.

Tickets for the Christmas Glug event go on sale tomorrow (November 1) and are available from gluglondon.co.uk. It’s a non-profit event, too, so all proceeds will be donated to a charity nominated by Ian and Nick.

More from CR

Anthony Burrill Says “Yes”

This Saturday, Anthony Burrill will be ensconced in the Concrete Hermit gallery in London, signing copies of his new book of postcards, YES. That’s YES as in the title of the book. Not that we’re not exclaiming an affirmative “yes” ourselves, of course. Click through for further details and a bit more of his art.

Design as Weapon of the Cold War

The American National Exhibition, Kaiser Geodesic Dome, Moscow, 1959
David Crowley, curator of the V&A museum’s current Cold War Modern show, reveals how design provided the battleground for much of the bitter East-West competition that emerged from the late 1940s onwards.

Do Not Disturb

This collection of door hangers from hotels around the world was accrued by James Goodsell during a career spent working for the US government. To see more form the collection visit bigspaceship.posterous.com

BA Strays From The Beaten Track

One of several new British Airways outdoor ads. Photography: Adam Hinton
Still buzzing from absorbing the wealth of great photography collected together in our Photography Annual, we spotted a brand new, photography rich, campaign for British Airways that features shots by one of the photographers featured in said Photography Annual, Adam Hinton…

Graphic Designer

Fushi Wellbeing

Creative Designer

Monddi Design Agency