Thursday, October 20, 2011

Darkroom & Quentin Jones : Haunted


This debut project for Darkroom experiments with space and form and utilises
the vantage points of the store’s large window area, whilst incorporating interactive display elements.

Quentin Jones has been keenly interested in combining surrealist photomontage with the moving image. Her films have become known for collaged imagery being overlaid with graffiti-style painting, all building to a muddled vision of femininity, wild beasts, fashion and modern-day beauty.

HAUNTED exposes the opportunity to view Quentin’s illustration style brought to life in a 3 dimensional window installation.

The installation will playfully uncover key pieces from Darkroom’s A/W11 collections, including Fleet Ilya, Maryham Keyhani, Florian, Marwood, Porte Monnaie, Jonathan Saunders, Sotis, Darkroom’s self-designed collections and more.

Based in Bloomsbury, London, Darkroom specialises in one-off, unusual and hard to find accessories for men, women and the home. The store is unique in its design featuring jet-black walls, sculptural wooden plinths and a hand painted geometric floor that forms the backdrop to a carefully curated and diverse range of products.

A continuous obsession with the crossover between fashion and interiors and with it the juxtaposition of materials, scale and form, Darkroom enjoys merging the functionality of its products. Open for just under 2 years the store has become widely respected and acclaimed for both its distinctive style and visual way of showcasing some of the most unique products in the world of fashion and interiors.

Over the next few days, F7 will be featuring a designer a day from the exhibit, if your in London between the 27th of October and the 6th of November make sure you go and experience this unique event.

Opens: 27th of October

Closing: 6th of November


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