Brixton Design Trail: Continuous

Written by on September 18, 2016 in Brixton Design Trail - Comments Off on Brixton Design Trail: Continuous


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Brixton Mashup,Circus • 79 Brixton Village,Hanging and interactive installation using photographic collage of Brixton past and present,
Breaking Down the Barriers,354 Coldharbour Lane SW9 8QH,Edible Bus Stop re-house street furniture by  Vestre which had been exhibited at Clerkenwell Design Week,
Silhouettes and Shadows,Photofusion • 17a Electric Lane SW9 8LA,Collaboration with photography collective Rockarchive to produce exhibition dedicated to memory of David Bowie,
Brixton Street Gallery,Stockwell Avenue SW9 9SY,Interactive outdoor art installation,
Arches Brixton Creatives,Valentia Studios • Arch 18 SW9 8PJ, ,
Rebel Corner, Various locations, ,
We stand as living monument, Black Cultural Archives • Windrush Square, ,
Reflections Brixton,Various locations, ,
Pajaki Spiders of Straw,Outside Brixi • Brixton Village, ,
Whack Reflections,Wahaca • 20 Atlantic Road, ,
We Can Be Heroes, The Greenhouse• Pop Brixton, ,
40 Years of Punk,97 Brixton Village, ,
Luso Arts Spaces,O Cantinho de Portugal/Sintra Café • Stockwell Road,
Beyond the Grey is Green,F Mondays • 22a Brixton Hill SW2 1AH,Exhibition,
Day of the Piñata,Casa Morita • 9 Market Row, ,
Revival,Diverse • 390 Coldharbour Lane,Alvin Kofi of Kofi Arts and Terry Humphrey of Trunkstor interpret the 2016 Design Trail theme ‘Rebel Rebel’,
Lansdowne School Poster Project,Lambeth Town Hall, ,
Into the Trees,Pop Brixton,Fluorescent wallpapers,
Rebel Space,St Matthews Peace Garden, ,
In-Habit,1 Saltoun Road SW2 1EN,Furniture lights mirrors and objects are on show in a rotating display,
The People’s Posters,Various locations • several at Brixton Street Gallery • Bon Marché,
The Fabric of Brixton,Floor installation at Brixton Village and Market Row, ,
Windows of Brixton,Various • hub at the Ritzy, ,
Olivia the Ostrich spends a penny,Pope’s Road toilets and Parissi Café • 19th–21st,Olivia is a life-size ostrich made of metal and pampas grass from Lambeth’s parks and has dropped by the public toilets to spend a penny on Pope’s Road as her friends enjoy the nightlife in Parissi Cafe on Atlantic Road,
Flash Crossings,Junction of Atlantic Road and Coldharbour Lane (by Dogstar) 22nd–25th,






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