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Explore the details within Miku Tsuchiya's paintings. We recommend clicking on the Full Screen icon in each film to be fully immersed in Miku's world

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How to Make Paste Papers | LISA SANDNER

How to Make Paste Papers | LISA SANDNER

The Shop Floor Project invited one of their makers and collaborators, Lisa Sander, to take us through the art of Paste Paper making; an easy and satisfying craft, perfect for transforming your gift wrapping into something special, making into decorations or even treating it like wallpaper and lining an old cupboard. 

A very quick history on Paste Papers: Paste papers have been used since the 16th century as decorative endpapers and cover papers for bookbinding. They are produced by pressing or sliding objects into a wet paste and paint mixture that has been spread on paper. The patterns are ingeniously and simply made by removing the paste paint. 

Step by step instructions & tips: 

You will need: 

Paper (a roll of lining paper is really useful, but any slightly thick paper is fine) 

Wallpaper paste and water (mixed according to instructions on the pack)

Poster paint

Large brush 

Tools to incise a pattern with (your fingers, combs, bottom ends of brushes, rulers etc.)

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The Shop Floor Project joins Own Art

The Shop Floor Project is now a member of the Own Art scheme, a Creative United initiative supported by Arts Council England. The scheme allows us to offer our customers interest free loans (over 10 months) to buy original art and craft from The Shop Floor Project's collections with a combined value of £100 up to £2,500. Watch the film below which was made by Own Art to celebrate 10 years of the initiative.

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Haas Brothers’ Afreaks!

Sibling artists the Haas Brothers document their ongoing collaboration with the women artists of Monkeybiz in Capetown, South Africa which will be shown at the Smithsonian Design Museum in New York.

The Shop Floor Project is proud to be an official stockist of this extraordinary co-operative - our current collection can be found here in the Sculpture Dept.

Haas Brothers' Afreaks! from Mason Poole on Vimeo.


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