Blackpop are delighted to be launching their new collection of Wallpapers & Fabrics at Decorex in September 2018. The ‘Collector’s’ Collection is inspired by the Sir John Soane’s Museum, London’s hidden gem and treasure trove of antiquities and wonder. Collaborating with the museum and directly working and reworking architects drawings, paintings and objects d'art, Blackpop has undoubtedly created its most opulent & dramatic work to date. The ‘Collector’s’ Collection consists of 5 new wallpaper designs, 3 new fabric designs and 2 hand woven rugs, each with its own story to tell. A portion of all sales go to the Sir...
Making Out 67-17 Explore LGBTQ+ design over the last fifty years 3 November 2017 - 6 January 2018Solent University Southampton With a unique, world-first focus on LGBTQ+ design, the exhibition brought together disciplines, images and objects to highlight the diversity and talent of the LGBTQ+ communities - and to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the repeal of the UK's Sexual Offences Act. Designers on display Alexander McQueen, Holly Johnson, Keith Haring, Robert Indiana, Blackpop, Chip Kidd, Derek Jarman, Fantastic Man, Maggi Hambling, Emmanuel Cooper, Eileen Gray, Philip Johnson, Jop van Bennekom, Angus Suttie, Kyle Bean, Matt Smith, Alex Butenko, Lee Dalgleish, Marianne Straub,...
GLOBAL FUND FOR CHILDREN - 24TH APRIL 2018
Blackpop was asked to adorn the VIP room with pouffas and cushions at the Saatchi Gallery for this important fundraiser - £250,000 was raised.
Blackpop collaborates with Sir John Soanes Museum - July 18th 2018
WALLPAPER EXHIBITION - 26 April - 3 June 2017
Galerie Handwerk Munich
Blackpop exhibits in Germany - a exhibitioncurated to showcase wallpaper through the ages. https://www.hwk-muenchen.de/galerie
'Tudors Deconstructed'made in collaboration with the National Portrait Gallery, London.
View the making of 'Tudors Deconstructed'https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tM_pSPR3mzk
Mary, Elizabeth & Henry
Explore Blackpop's majestic new wallpaper and fabric collection, inspired by the enigmatic Tudor paintings held at and made in, collaboration with the National Portrait Gallery.
Filmed on location at the National Portrait Gallery, London.
Directed by Cordelia Butler Lawler