The Art of Tess Jaray

The book launch and signing for The Art of Tess Jaray last Thursday at The Keeper’s House, Royal Academy of Arts, London, was very busy. Many thanks to those who joined us! (Ridinghouse)

Examining the geometry of pattern, repetition and colour within her surroundings, British artist Tess Jaray has explored painterly perspective for more than five decades. From Kazimir Malevich and Lucio Fontana to Italian architecture and Islamic mosaics, The Art of Tess Jaray situates the artist within the tradition of abstract painting and the history of art.

The Art of Tess Jaray is published by Ridinghouse. Photography of the launch event by Pascal Bergamin.

Sugarfree’s team are big fans of Tess Jaray’s work. Sorry we could not make it, but great to see another publication about her paintings launched.

Sugarfree shoot

Sugarfree was at the Kennedy Institute for Rheumatology in Oxford this week to take interior photographs of the newly completed building designed by Make Architects: http://www.makearchitects.com/projects/kennedy-institute-of-rheumatology/. We liked the felt walls which will keep the ambient sound down. Quite keen on the wayfinding too.

The photographs by Richard Lewisohn (not shown here) will feature on the new website and in an Annual Report we are designing for The Kennedy Trust, who partially funded the new rheumatology research facility at the Institute. http://www.lewisohn.co.uk/lewisohn.html

Photographs by Paul Vater at Sugarfree

The City of London District Surveyor’s Office works closely with developers and property professionals to facilitate successful developments in the City of London.

We’ve updated the DSO’s promotional brochure for 2014, outlining their building control services, adding in new photos based upon the same grid and layout designed at Sugarfree and first published by CoL in 2012.

The New Noun Project!

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Today the new Noun Project was launched! The platform improvements they’ve made will allow even more people to harness the world’s visual language in easier, faster and more powerful ways, while still supporting their global community of creators.

Want to harness the power of the world’s visual language for your application? Now you can with the new Noun Project API. To learn more take a look here

To see the new search in action, try searching for some of these terms: Christmas