Wilfrid Wood

Wilfrid Wood’s New Yorkers

For The New Yorker’s recent style issue, sculptor Wilfrid Wood was commissioned to make a series of plasticine portraits of some of the city’s most fashionable types

At home with Michael Wolff

The latest issue of YCN’s members’ magazine features an interview with Wolff Olins co-founder Michael Wolff. To accompany the article, YCN has also released a short film shot at the designer’s home in North London…

Simon Cowell and friends feature in new Wilfrid Wood show

If you read our feature on sculptor Wilfrid Wood in the July 2008 issue of Creative Review (read it here), you’ll know that he’s a big collector of outsider art. That he’s showing almost 50 new sculptural works at London’s KK Outlet while the gallery simultaneously hosts an exhibit of painter John Croft’s work is no coincidence…

Object Abuse at KK Outlet

Can you turn a fruit crate into a bicycle mudguard? Can a brick be re-purposed as a pair of book ends? Yes, is the answer – as KK Outlet’s new exhibition, Object Abuse, attests….

Exhibition: Clear Your Head Every Day

Anthony Burrill’s new solo show, Clear Your Head Every Day, opens this Friday June 10 at Outline Editions’ gallery space and shop on Berwick Street in London. Here’s a sneak preview of the show…

Guerrilla Advertising 2: Call for entries

Following on from Guerrilla Advertising: Unconventional Brand Communication (published by Laurence King, 2006), CR’s Gavin Lucas is currently collecting work to potentially feature in a second volume…

It’s Nice That issue 2

Pre-order the second printed installment of great creative work selected by the It’s Nice That boys and you’ll get a lovely Rob Ryan print thrown in as well (detail shown). Issue two features a huge range of work that INT has featured on its website from UVA, George Hardie, Sam Messenger, and Wilfrid Wood…

CR June issue

Logo design trends, Astrid Stavro, advertising and typography and a look at the rarely seen but beautifully art directed 60s magazine London Life – all in the June issue of CR

Meet Hopper, Fingers and Bernie…

Working on a brief to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Levi’s Engineered (twisted) Jeans, London-based design studio Neighbour commissioned Wilfrid Wood to create three “slightly twisted” characters. Named Fingers, Hopper (shown above) and Bernie, the characters will form the basis of a new campaign entitled The Twisted Originals set to run through this year…

Levi’s Twisted Originals, Neighbour/Wilfrid Wood

Working on a brief to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Levi’s Engineered (twisted) Jeans, London-based design studio Neighbour commissioned Wilfrid Wood to create three “slightly twisted” characters

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