Nanushka x London Craft Week

  • Martin Schnabl

Exhibition, book design, workshop event and retail activation to celebrate London Craft Week. The central theme is the Hungarian Kopjafa, a totem pole traditionally crafted from hardwood and adorned with symbols rooted in ancient folklore. The installation was created with Hungarian craftsmen, and the book researched and edited in collaboration with curator and historian Blanka Szalay, Exhibition & Programme Manager at Q Contemporary, Hungary. The block printing workshop was delivered by local London artist Louisa Loakes.