02/08/12: Too Much Too Mention

We are working hard and have already embarked on our 20th year of creative antics. It feels like yesterday that Wakako and I opened the the first studio door and we have only moved once and have enjoyed what the spaces have allowed us to produce.
We are currently developing many interesting things as ever and new relationships being forged. We hope that we have the opportunity to continue to explore the world that we are party to for the next 20 years.

Lots to come and lots to enjoy.....

Mark x

13/08/12: Our Olympic Entry

Camo Chevron Sail 1.jpg
Camo Chevron Sail.jpg
Camo Chevron Sail 1.jpg

The London 2012 Olympics marks the final year of The Star as a competitive class in the Summer Games.

LONDON - Friday 10th August 2012 - An Olympic 'Fine Art on Sail' - was hoisted on an Olympic Star class yacht at 3:15pm yesterday near Tower Bridge, leaving from South Dock Marina, Canary Wharf and skippered by John Gimson and Michael Ross.

The sail was used by Olympics Silver Medal winners Iain Percy and Andrew (Bart) Simpson as part of their training for the Games in Weymouth. It carries the identification number "8371" which is the number used by the sailors at the 2008 Beijing Olympics and their World Title winning races at the Championships in Rio. In addition, the Gold star on the sail indicates that it is from a World Championship winning team.

The sail is part of a charity project and will raise money for the Royal Yacht Association's "Sail for Gold" fund, the RYA's Sailability Trust, and the Royal National Lifeboat Institution.