The Silver Halide Exhibtion by The Lindstrom Effect for The Broughton Deli, Edinburgh
A wonderful review of The Broughton Deli, the exhibitions went down well 🙂
Some of the works we featured on our Studio 203 Gallery blog from Merriment Makers 2011. The Christmas Pop Out Boutique was filled with beautiful gift ideas made by Scottish creatives in the design, music, art and illustration sectors.
2011 saw the return of Merriment Makers Pop Out Christmas Boutique to Studio 203 Gallery, Edinburgh. This year we were delighted to see some returning contributors as well as some new works. In colaboration with the wonderful Sharon Kirby, we transformed the busy Studio into a shop packed full of artwork and carefully designed andContinue reading “Merriment Makers 2011”
In 2011, before the design duo relaunched, Tom Pigeon was run by Kirsty Thomas alone and was called Lovely Pigeon. Lovely Pigeon hosted “A Right Royal Pop Up” in anstruther and I was invited to contrubute artwork along with a stash of upcycled ceramics… if memory serves, I helped out in the shop too!
The Broughton Deli team were invited to nominate an artist or showcase their own works in the deli. A wonderful comunity feeling to this show!
It’s 2010 all over again! Throwback to the first Merriment Makers and all the wonderful artworks, products and most importantly people, who made this special Pop Out Christmas Boutique happen.
The Lindstrom Effect’s stunning exhibition at The Broughton Deli in Edinburgh. Moustached Gent prints and various photography, illustration and crocheted installation filled the space with colour, bold monochrome and humour.
The Lindstrom Effect’s Owls, screenprinted sculptures. On display at the Broughton Deli in their 2010 exhibition “Silver Halide”
Broughton Deli Art Exhibition title Self Catering freaturing cabinets of curiosities. This exhibition was shown in 2010. Featuring Julia Douglas. Curated by Nicky Brooks Photography by Andrew JL Ansell