About Daisy
designer/artist
http://daisyginsberg.com
 

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Graphic designer working in London with frieze magazine, Whitechapel Gallery, Tate Publishing and more.
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After 8 years as senior designer at acclaimed agency Graphic Thought Facility. Stefi Orazi founded the Stefi Orazi Studio in 2006. Based in East London, the focus of her work is mainly in print and exhibition graphics.
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Adrian Westaway Co-founder & Director of Technology and Magic at Special Projects Adrian is an inventor, engineer and experience designer on a mission to make the human-technology interaction meaningful and delightful. As co-founder of Special Projects he harnesses technology, inclusive research and magic thinking to devise design propositions that feel familiar yet wondrous. A self-taught magician since the age of 11 and full member of the Magic Circle, he relentlessly pursues his conviction that “designers should use magic thinking and try to introduce surprise, delight and fuzzy feeling in the things they create.” After becoming the first ever James Dyson Fellow in 2007, and a Fellow of the Royal Commission of 1851, in 2010, for his work on interactive lighting systems, Adrian built a playground in Peru, had whisky with Derren Brown as a student in Bristol, and tried to make his teachers disappear. His contagious passion for magic and engineering made him a beloved tutor and lecturer in Design & Innovation at Queen Mary University and the Royal College of Art, in London and a visiting faculty member at the Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design. There he teaches ‘Magic and Design’, a nomadic workshop where students are introduced to methods of using design and technology to create enchanted products and experiences.
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Louise Pomeroy is an illustrator based in London. After graduating from Kingston University'08, Louise has gone on to win a D&AD New Blood award for her book of illustrated shorts 'I Married a Toyboy Convict'. Recent clients include Random House, No Brow, Super Superficial and Suzuki Motoden.
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Jiaqing Mo is a Chinese artist based on London, her work centres film, installation, performance to create immersive theatrical installations with video. The theme is about relationship, time, endless, instability...She try to the relationship between objects and human life by using strange human action or human-made objects.
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