Friday, 27 March 2015


After a long day presenting our final PPP presentations on Friday I decided to finish the day on a high note by walking down to Drew Millwards 'Dust' exhibition at the Colours May Vary shop in the Munro House complex. 

I have been following Millward's work extensively since becoming interested in his work & subsequently interviewing him as part of one of my first year projects. As an individual he is full of character and enthusiasm which is clearly represented in his amazing work. 

Images taken at the exhibition are displayed below and showcase some of Millward's intricate pieces that are often inspired by post - industrial norther landscape within which he lives. 

Millward effectively used reclaimed wood, coloured dye and a laser cutter to produce these fantastic little disk illustrations.

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