I went to the Design Museum One Off event on Friday the 26 July, which was curated by Double Decker. It was an interesting evening and in the future I hope to go to more of these types of events. Here are a few images from my evening:
On entry there were some screen printing facilities (Wicked Printing Stuff). There was a live demonstration of screen printing and little factory line of bags being printed.
The bags had iconic designs being printed on them and were complimentary with the One Off event.
I got the pink tote pictured 🙂
The event allowed access to all three exhibitions but the focus was on the most recent exhibition The Future is Here.
The exhibition looks at a new way of manufacturing that not longer relies on mass manufacture and enable customisation for little or no additional cost. The Makie Doll were used as an example,
There was also a talk and Q&A by three RCA graduates who use 3D printing for their work in very diffent ways. This is a sample of one of the graduates (I forgot her name now…)