Tag Archives: 3-D printing

Q & A about the V & A

And now it’s the New York Times climbing on the V&A/London Design Festival/3D Printing bandwagon. See the Home section today for a Q&A with Murray about the installation. Or click the pic.

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Sometimes it really pays off to give a reporter a nice danish

This morning, Artinfo.com has a great piece on Murray’s upcoming V&A installation for the London Design Festival. This is the 3-D printed hat and bust, designed by milliner to the upper crusty, Stephen Jones, which will go next to Lady Bellhaven in the V&A Sculpture Court. Click on the image for the full article.

Wild doings at the Moss Breakfast Theatre

For a press event at crack of dawn this morning, Moss turned itself into a mini theatre, complete with actual seats, and breakfast food items. The purpose was to present all the design-driven action one could look forward to at the upcoming London Design Festival (September 17 to 25). One of the epicenters of said action is the V&A, where Murray will be curating a series of interventions. All 3D printing. All Materialise, Belgium. All over the museum. Another huckleberry scone, please, Juan.