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We Made It: Art & Makers Collective Garudio Studiage | reviews, news & interviews

We Made It: Art & Makers Collective Garudio Studiage

We Made It: Art & Makers Collective Garudio Studiage

Meet the makers of objets de pop art in the heart of London

The Garudio Studiage: a London-based collective inspired by the city

The Garudio Studiage collective could scarcely be more archetypal of London's current generation of makers. Their work – more often than not produced for ordinary consumers as jewellery, accessories or home decor, using found objects as subject matter and often as materials – blurs the lines between pop art, documentary, comedy and occasionally political commentary.

Over on the Bruichladdich Site, we meet them and find out about their work and how location inspires them.

 

 

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