Updating our Gallery so you can keep an eye on what we’re doing

Whether produced at the HoBB Project House or on site at a clients’ works, records of project collaborations are gradually being published here.  We’ve got a back catalogue to share and a stream of new works too. Friend and fantastic WordPress guy, Bharat, figures we should be doing vids and podcasts to go along with our blogs, and as we are planning vid trailers for future projects and virtual book tours for new publications, I’m sure we’ll be keeping YouTube or Vimeo very busy.

For now, sit back and enjoy these still photos:

 

 

 

 

And there’s one very fresh wriggling project that we are happy to be doing and that’s collaborating on the development of a very organic worm farm. Here’s a preview of our plaque design to be fixed on the door of the worm hatchery:

Theatre Design

I’ve been sitting too long today doing a set design project, so tomorrow I’ll get out into the cool 9 degrees C. and work off the extra few grams that are still lingering after a second helping of Christmas pudding on New Year’s Eve.

But before I meet tomorrow’s chill, here’s something a bit chilly from the book “The Development of the Theatre” by Allardyce Nicoll (3rd Edn. Pub. 1948 by George G. Harrap). It is a set design for a production of ‘Macbeth’ in New York and it looks strangely like the front freestanding part of my set design for a production of ‘Farndale Avenue … Macbeth’ at the Crescent Theatre, Birmingham which I’ve included at the base of this blog.  It would be kinda spooky if I didn’t realise that originality is merely undetected plagiarism.

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