Emily Forgot’s “Neverland” Exhibition at KK Outlet Gallery, Shoreditch

Colorful, architectural assemblages and a sculptural chair rising to the sky

It’s a bold move to invoke the mythical name of Neverland. For many, it already brings substantial associations pertaining to youth and imagination. And yet, graphic artist Emily Forgot (a moniker adopted by multidisciplinary artist and designer Emily Alston) delivers upon all that is implied with her “Neverland” solo exhibition, opening Thursday at Shoreditch’s KK Outlet Gallery. Colorful, structural wooden assemblage pieces, supported by a …

Studio Visit: Charles Lethaby Lighting

Imaginative forms come to life in east London

British lighting designer Charles Lethaby’s cozy, high-ceilinged studio is located in Walthamstow. The east London area has become something of a creative hotspot, with plenty of emerging brands setting up shops or studios here. Lethaby is one of around 40 creatives sharing spaces in Blackhorse Workshop, a community-focused building in the neighborhood with a hands-on attitude toward creativity. It’s here that he designs his beautiful …

Sebastian Cox’s Glenlivet Drinks Trolley and Two New Scotch Expressions

A refined wooden liquor cabinet and enticing whisky portfolio additions to stock it with

At last years London Design Festival, one of the pieces that truly stood out at the V&As The Wish List exhibition was the well-crafted wood workspace that Sebastian Cox made for Terence Conran. Now, the young British designer has teamed up with whisky brand The Glenlivet to create another show-stopper. To celebrate The Glenlivets new Ndurra Peated Whisky Cask Finish, Cox has constructed a drinks …