Thursday, 30 September 2010

An Apology

We, at Campaign Design would like to make a grovelling, snivelling apology to all our Wives, Husbands, Girlfriends and Boyfriends for being classified as 'Generic Cliched Influential Figures' and being ranked below Milkmen in the list of thank you's in out previous post [See: 'Campaign Wins An Award!']. As an apology, here is a Generic Cliched bouquet of flowers. Sorry.


Wednesday, 29 September 2010

Campaign Design Wins An Award!

We at Campaign are bursting at the seams with pride at being the recipients of the RetailWeek Interiors Award for 'Best Pop Up Store of the Year' for our Dr. Martens Pop Up shop at the Old Spitalfields Market in London. We would like to thank everyone involved in realising the project. We would also like to thank our mums, dads, grandparents, dogs, neighbours, milkmen and other generic cliched influential figures in our lives.

The two in the middle belong to us...Phil on the centre-right and Neil as Lord Byron on the centre-left.


Monday, 20 September 2010

Presidency by Thomas Demand

Do not be fooled! The photograph above is not of the Oval Office but of a 1:1 scale model of the Oval Office made out of paper and card. Thomas Demand, a Berlin-based artist, meticulously constructs spaces out of paper and card and then purposely photographs them to look real. The true nature of the image only starts to appear under intense scrutiny.

Demand is currently exhibiting a photograph in the 'This is Sculpture' exhibition at the Tate Liverpool and is well worth a gander.


Friday, 17 September 2010

Campaign Design Studio

Amita hard at work pretending to be hard at work.

Ben, Amita, Sophia and Andrew

(Note: This meeting was staged for the purposes of photographic artistry.)

The Studio

The Meeting Room

Wednesday, 15 September 2010

Burberry launch a Fashion Theatre//

It could be the ultimate shopping experience for fashionistas - buying from your iPad while you sit in the front row of a fashion show.

Burberry today unveiled plans to turn its Bond Street store into a hi-tech "fashion theatre" for its upcoming London Fashion Week show.

50 of the firm’s biggest customers will be able to see the spring and summer collection as it is revealed on the catwalk on September 21.
However, unlike those at the show, customers will then be able to see the items up close and place their orders - all with the touch of a button via an iPad they will be given.


Thursday, 9 September 2010

Spontaneous City in the Tree of Heaven by London Fieldworks

If your in London at all, go check out the bird boxes at Cremorne Gardens in Chelsea by London Fieldworks. Its inspired by Worlds End housing estate, pictured in the distance. There's another cluster in Duncan Terrace Gardens in Islington, which is inspired by the surrounding Georgian housing.


Tuesday, 7 September 2010

Radio Officially opening Party - 09092010

Radio, London our very first hair salon has its opening party this week. Please contact Radio's press to RSVP. 

Come down and check out the delights.


April 77//return

Here at Campaign we are huge fans of the French cult denim label April 77. They have been a hard time of  late, but have popped up on the other side with a fantastic new look book and the re-opening of the old Parisian shop.



Thursday, 2 September 2010

A fluff board//

Gonçalo Campos points us to his remarkable rethink of the standard whiteboard or paper-based message board. His version uses a synthetic fur as a medium; when users trace letters and shapes in the fur, the displacement of the fabric gives the look of having made a distinct mark.