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26 February 2010

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Anthony Burrill’s graphics for Jenny Packham at London Fashion Week

‘It was all my favourite things in one place,’ says Anthony Burrill, delighted by his latest venture into the world of high fashion.

Burrill designed the set for Jenny Packham’s catwalk show last Tuesday during London Fashion Week, and the music was by French laptop duo Acid Washed, also Burrill’s clients and collaborators. You can read an in-depth interview with Burrill in the forthcoming Spring issue of Eye, out in March.

I Feel Love by Anthony Burrill

Burrill’s set was entirely black and white, using large format digital prints in collaboration with production company S2. All colour comes from the lighting and the dresses. The catwalk performance, which took place at The Hospital in London’s Covent Garden, lasted fifteen minutes. Photos by Anthony Burrill.

Red by Anthony Burrill

Blue by Anthony Burrill

Owl by Anthony Burrill

Below: Anthony Burrill’s video for Acid Washed on Vimeo.

Glamour Reflection by Anthony Burrill

Anthony Burrill’s website is More about A.B. in Eye 75, out soon.

See also Burrill’s article ‘Act local, think stencil’ for the Eye blog.

Eye, the international review of graphic design, is a quarterly journal you can read like a magazine and collect like a book. It’s available from all good design bookshops and at the online Eye shop, where you can order subscriptions, single issues and (new!) classic collections of themed back issues. Eye 74 is a Berlin special.

Yellow by Anthony Burrill