Regular Workshopshed reader Alan recently visited some friends in Hamburg and marveled at the engineering delights he saw there.
The ironwork out in the South West corner of London is different to that seen in the centre. In Mayfair and St James I saw lots of railings and balconies. For Richmond, Ham and Kew the focus is on the
I was introduced to Sable & Ox via twitter a few months back and since then have been admiring some of the excellent sculpture, furniture and automata showcased on the site. Sable & Ox work with independent, UK based artists
A selection of cast iron and ornamental lamps from around the centre of London Pall Mall Institute of Directors Large Globe lamp, Canada House, Trafalgar Square Brass Lamp, Imperial Pub, Leicester Square China Town Shaftsbury Hotel White Horse Pub, Soho
Whilst wandering the streets of London, I tend to notice the large variety of metal work on the buildings and surrounds. Here are a few images taken this week of the fantastic ironwork around St James, Mayfair and Piccadilly. There
Just a few of the things I’ve seen in and around the galleries in London. Lorenzo Quinn, ‘Vroom Vroom’ on Park Lane Genetic Heirloom: Revital Cohen at Wellcome Trust Mechano Robot at the Pullman Gallery, King Street. I believe this
I was reminded earlier this week that my welding course is actually “welding for artists” so I thought I’d look up some other artists who make welded sculptures. Johan JonssonJeff OwensDerek ArnoldKendall B. Polster – The Weld Guy Raking ManDavid