Owning the means of production is one of those luxuries which can change your trajectory in life so much, it is a gamechanger. This especially applies if you’re an artist or writer at those fragile early stages where you are full of skills and promise and energy, but have nothing much to your name (yet).
Friday 7th May, 9.15pm on The Verb Following his performance of the Chip Shop Poem, a poem composed of the words generated by the Chip Shop at the London Word Festival 2010, Ian McMillan enjoyed the Chip Shop so much he asked us to come on his BBC Radio 3 ‘caberet of the word’ show,
An interview of us in Le Cool Magazine.
Thanks to all who came, it was totally sold out! We had a great time and hope you did too. It turned out to be a wonderful evening of printing mayhem! Here are a few photos, more may follow later: Last chance to see Chip Shop at the London Word Festival will be on Wednesday
Just a quick note to encourage y’all to come early to Keep Printing and Carry on. Not only does the first set kick off at 7.20pm with Murray Macaulay introducing the art of Sister Corita, the fantastic Screenprinting Nun, but also we’ve just been told that the first 60 people through the door will be
Here’s some photos from Chip Shop’s second outing at the Red Art Cafe, in Dalston. That was the last day for word submissions for the official London Word Festival 2010 Poem, which will be unleashed by Ian McMillan at the Art of Storytelling Event on 31st March. (More about that later) Next up is Keep
Chip Shop’s appearance at Toynbee Studio Arts & Café Bar, our 1st official outing was a roaring success – from the minute we opened to the moment we ran out of chips to sell (by popular demand, closing time was delayed by half an hour) we were rushed off our feet! Here’s some photos from
We now have TWO confirmed café dates for the Chip Shop. Both events are FREE, drop-in events where you can order individual words to be printed on chip board. No formal performance, just a cheerful chippy in a friendly cafe, so a great one to stop-by with kids and/or a sunday paper. All prints will
I was going to put up some pics from the Chip Shop‘s first outing at the London Word Festival Launch Party on Wednesday night, but the LWF team beat me to it! So here’s a taster shot: And if you want to see some more pics, click here.
Some of you may remember the ballad we printed live with Jon Bilbrough at the London Word Festival 2009 . This year we have created a new show called ‘Chip Shop’, featuring a fully functioning mobile screenprinting workshop. “Built from chip-board and replicating a full-size chippy, The Chip Shop is a fully functioning temporary screen