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LongLunch StudioMakgill

 

LongLunch has teamed up once again with The Design Museum in London to host a talk with the brilliant StudioMakgill. Taking place on Tuesday 16 April 2013 the talk will presented by founder and creative director Hamish Makgill talking about his work.

Like always LongLunch have worked with their speaker to produce a limited run of screenprinted posters (hand screened by long-term collaborator and talented designer Dan Mather and paper provided by GF Smith) which are then given away on the night, first come first serve. So remember to get there early and bring a poster tube. There’ll also be a Q&A at the end of the talk with prizes up for grabs for questions so get thinking now.

Tickets are on sale via The Design Museum website £17 adults / £12 NUS / £8.50 Museum Members. Doors open at 7.30pm / 8.00pm start.

It’s also a great opportunity to announce and congratulate FormFiftyFive’s Emma Laura Jones and Sean Rees who have taken on the reigns of LongLunch and have help made this talk possible. In addition FFF’s Ryan R Thompson is helping to host LongLunch’s programme of Scottish talks with the next one scheduled for April 25 2013 at The Lighthouse, Glasgow with Ken Garland which should be amazing! Unfortunately the Ken Garland talk has now completely sold out.

We wish them all the best of luck and keep your eyes peeled for other talks coming in the coming months.

 

 

 

 

 

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    Luke
    10th Apr 2013
    6:52 pm
  1. See you there!


  2. petemandotnet
    10th Apr 2013
    10:06 pm
  3. Looking forward to the Ken Garland talk. Anyone going to the Tony Brook (Spin) + Margaret Cubbage // Wim Crouwel Panel Discussion at the Lighthouse?


  4. LongLunch
    11th Apr 2013
    1:44 pm
  5. Should also mention that the Garland poster was printed by Ben Ashton – http://www.ashtonscreenprint.com


  6. Julia Agnes
    11th Apr 2013
    3:17 pm
  7. WOW!


  8. SeanSean
    12th Apr 2013
    8:37 am
  9. See you there Luke!


  10. Dan Mather (@danielmather)
    13th Apr 2013
    2:44 pm
  11. Thanks for the kind mention Sean.


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