The Damson Diner...
Thursday, 8 November 2012
We produced our first batch of screenprinted Crispin Finn tea towels a year ago, and since then we've been busy working with a UK manufacturer to make high quality melamine trays adorned with Rob Flowers' Maccy Dees inspired Burgermat artwork. They've arrived and they're BEAUTIFUL...
Posted by Burgerac at 23:39
Friday, 16 December 2011
Since putting on the Burgermat Show earlier in the year, I've been talking to some of the artists involved about developing quality products, made with love right here in the UK in limited numbers for discerning burger-lovers. It gives me an enormous amount of pleasure to present the first of those products: the Know Your Condiments tea towel brought to you by Burgerac and the super-talented Crispin Finn. Aren't they lovely? Get 'em while you can!
Posted by Burgerac at 00:13
Tuesday, 6 September 2011
Charlie from Beach London, a rather lovely shop, café and gallery on Cheshire Street, called me up the other day to ask if I'd like to bring the Burgermat Show artwork to his gallery space for a week this month. Perhaps predictably, I said YES PLEASE and so that's why the work will be on show next week in frames on walls. Lovely! I'm also working with Charlie on some very limited sets of Burgermat Show products which will be on sale at BEACH. There's a "private view" on Thursday next week and hopefully we shall have some beers to dish out and stuff.
Posted by Burgerac at 04:59
Friday, 1 July 2011
Wowzers - what an awesome time was had at The Burgermat Show on Monday 27th and Tuesday 28th June at Andrews on Grays Inn Road! This is a new site on which photos, artwork and other bits of Burgermat news will be posted as and when. Yes, you can buy burgermat artwork as A2 art prints hand stamped and numbered in editions of 50. Don't sleep - if you want a particular print, you should buy now - they're selling almost as fast as tickets to the two-night event!
Huge thanks to all the artists involved in the project, and of course to Daniel Young of BurgerMonday, Fred Smith of the Admiral Codrington (whose burger really was "next level"), Crispin Finn for designing such a super logo for the event, print partner Blam of print-process.com, Jingan Young of Campari & Soda blog for doing such an excellent job front of house on the Monday evening, and Leo Cackett for taking the above photograph.
Posted by Burgerac at 03:41