31 Oct 2011

Dia de los Muertos!

For the last few weeks we have been part of a team of people, led by Sarah Unwin, making props for last night's Day of the Dead at Ruby Lounge in Manchester. It was fun work and it really paid off as the space looked amazing! Making sugar skulls, graves and shrines, and placing hundreds of flowers, we transformed the place into a Mexican celebration of death!

27 Oct 2011

Ballad Of post

The lovely folks at Ballad Of have posted us up on their blog.

Thanks Lindsey and Claire!

You'll be able to see our work in a shoot by Paulina Otylie Surys in the next issue, Little Book Of Horrors.

read the full post here

18 Oct 2011

Bolo Ties. kinda-sorta.

The projects we've been working on over the past couple months have inspired us to make scaled-down, wearable versions of our props. At the risk exposing how nerdy we are, we wanted to share some photos of the things we've been making during our tea breaks.

Here are some of our interpretations of the Bolo Tie (minus the tie part), and a few necklaces. We've also been whipping up tote bags, bum bags and rucksacks, and we'll be posting pictures of them soon.

If any of these catch your eye drop us an email at sacredgeometrists(at)gmail.com

Our Etsy shop is up and running too! We've got t-shirts, neck ties, bow ties and more - all of it hand dyed and hand made.

Welcome to the new studio!

We're In! Welcome to Sacred Geometry's new studio...one door down from our old studio! We've even tidied up for you, though you can't really tell. We're mucky pups.

Sitting in front of that big old projector is our good friend and new studio mate Alex Humphreys. You might also know her as John Butcher or half of Pumping Iron.

Come drop in for a cup of coffee or beer, our door is always open. Except when we're not in.

Studio 204
Islington Mill Studios
Salford, M3 5HW

Our prized collab with SAVWO

12 Oct 2011

Dev Harlan

We have just stumbled across multidisciplinary artist Dev Harlan and his sculptural projection pieces. They are hypnotic and technically astounding!

Dev Harlan - "Parmenides I", 2011 from Dev Harlan on Vimeo.

Untitled (Pyramid V), Dev Harlan 2011 from Dev Harlan on Vimeo.

He also has a very cool blog called TRIANGULATION. Go and have a look!

6 Oct 2011

more from Manchester Pride

Here are some photos taken the day of Manchester's Gay Pride featuring the Alice in Wonderland float we worked on for Lora Avedian and RBS.

Photos courtesy of Publicis via Lora Avedian. Thanks!

moody opulence

This week we're making props for a shoot by Paulina Otylie Surys for Ballad Of magazine.

Paulina Otylie Surys from The Deadly Chair of Moros

We're in love with her work and are flattered that she's asked us to get involved in this upcoming shoot, which will feature the beautifully melancholic Nadine Shah. Give her a listen, you'll be hooked.