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Josef Frank

We visited the Josef Frank Patterns-Furniture-Painting exhibition at the Fashion and Textile Museum. On display are a series of vibrant fabric designs for Svenskt Tenn alongside a number of his previously unknown watercolours.

Science Fiction

Another cool piece from Hamburger Bahnhof by Isa Genzken and Wolfgang Tillmans.

Bauhaus Archiv

We went to the Bauhaus Archiv in Berlin to see Jasper Morrison - Thingness, The English designer’s first retrospective and presenting the extensive body of work he has created over the last 35 years.

Adrian Piper

We saw Adrian Piper - The Probable Trust Registry: The Rules of the Game #1-3 at Hamburgerbahnhof in Berlin. The work consists of three identical, golden reception desks that are placed before gray, ceiling-high walls in the historic hall of the museum. With the assistance of receptionists, visitors can sign a contract with themselves at these desks. In the contracts, each individual voluntarily commits to align his or her future deeds with ethical principles such as honesty and reliability.

Pipilotti Rist

Pipilotti Rist’s Remake of the Weekend at Hamburger Bahnhof in Berlin, Germany.

Google Gnome

The smart yard has arrived! We are super excited to try out the new Google Gnome!

Cupcake Day

A huge ‘THANK YOU!’ to the Google team in California for sending us cupcakes to the office today!

Charles Avery

Charles avery at the Pilar Corridas Gallery. The People and Things of Onomatopoeia: Part 2. This is the latest installment of Charles Avery’s epic project, The Islanders.

Kissa Kursi Ka

Kissa Kursi Ka at the Kochi Art Biennale in Kerala, india is an exhibition showcasing 10 years of research and explorations around seating by design artist Gunjan Gupta.

Beverley Buchanan

Beverley Buchanan at Sadie Coles HQ


The Ulm Model

The exhibition is curated by Peter Kapos. Its display structures are designed by David Kohn Architects.

That Time of Year Again

We are busy preparing for the Liberation Christmas party! Bring it on!

Drunken Cherry

Ukrainians love cherries… as we discovered during our recent trip to the Drunken Cherry in Lviv. This ceiling installation is constructed entirely using cherry liquor bottles.

Lazy Land

Lazy Oaf have taken over Protein in Shoreditch with Lazy Land to celebrate their 15th anniversary.

Henrique Oliveira

A complex network of organic material invades the architecture at the Palais de Tokyo in Paris.

Martin Soto Climent

Inspirational hosiery at the Palais De Tokyo in Paris by Martin Soto Climent.

Barbican Conservatory

We visited the Barbican Conservatory - a hidden tropical oasis in the heart of the city.

Home to exotic fish and over 2,000 species of tropical plants and trees.

T-Mobile Chicago Opening Day

It is opening day for T-Mobile Chicago! Liberation are super excited to have worked on the design of this store with T-Mobile and to see the doors open up to the public. If you are in the area, stop by and take a look for yourself.

London Design Festival

One of our favourite installations was by Asif Khan. He has created a series of plant-filled spaces around Shoreditch for passers-by (including us) to relax, meet and spend time in.


Marguerite Humeau

We visited the Marguerite Humeau exhibition in Paris this week. The exhibition re-enacts the origin of life and the development of conscious life forms in an ominous atmosphere.

Metropol Parasol

The Metropol Parasol is also known as ‘The Mushrooms’. It is the largest wooden structure in the world.

Summer Party

Time for some cocktails and some crazy golf!



This week sees the Liberation team back in awesome San Fran with the gang at Google, thanks for having us guys!

Pokemon Fever

We are loving the warm weather in Shoreditch this week. It has made for a great excuse to spend our lunch times collecting as many Pokemon as possible.

We caught a Gastly in Old Street station, a Golden in The Bricklayers Arms and we posed for photos with a Spearow outside Boxpark.

Happy hunting everyone!

Liberation gives London a leg-up!

Sadiq Khan, the mayor of London released the #LondonIsOpen video today to show the world that London “remains entrepreneurial, international, and full of creativity and possibility, while reassuring the more than one million foreign nationals who live in London that they will always be welcome, and that any form of discrimination will not be tolerated.” We’re proud to be a part of this campaign – and in the video – you can see our brief cameo around the four second mark.

Euro Sweepstakes

Congratulations to Kat and Portugal in the Liberation Euro 2016 Sweepstakes!

Anyone For Tennis?

We had a great day out at Wimbledon today. Good luck to Serena in the fourth round!


Brookfield Place, Toronto

During our recent trip to Canada we stopped by Santiago Calatrava’s "crystal cathedral of commerce", the Allen Lambert Galleria in downtown Toronto.

Jellyfishing in Toronto

We get inspired in the most unusual of places.

We loved the UV jellyfish aquarium at the Toronto Aquarium.

New York, New York

The New York skyline has been changing quickly over the past few years. We love 432 Park Avenue designed by Rafael Viñoly which seems to have popped up from nowhere since we were last here.

We look forward to visiting this fast paced city again in the near future to see how the addition of even more super-skinny skyscrapers change the views.

The High Line

We walked the length of the High Line - a disused railway track converted in to an elevated garden/walkway. We took a stroll through Chelsea form West 34th Street all the way down to the Meat Packing District.

Negroni Pop Up

We were very excited by the news of Shoreditch’s latest pop-up - The Negroni Bar at Red Gallery, just around the corner from our studio. We stopped by last night to take a look at the interior design and to try a couple of the 30 Negroni variations.

Open May 11th until May 21st.


Today we are here at the launch of ‘The Story of Emoji’ exhibition at our friendly neighbourhood gallery KK Outlet. Pop along if you are in the area.

Romanian Salt Mine

We jumped at the chance to go rowing in a Romanian, subterranean boating lake. Minimal wooden architecture and neon lights at the bottom of a disused salt mine made for one of our less conventional adventures.

The Photography Show 2016

The Liberation team have joined forces with Leica for the Photography Show 2016 at the NEC in Birmingham.

We designed ‪’‎Leica Street’‬ to inspire the street photographer in everyone!

The Photography Show 2016 will be open from March 19th - March 22nd. Come and visit us at stand D81 in Hall 5.

Back In San Fran

We are back in San Francisco this week. It may be known as fog city but what a great view!

Lumiere, London

London’s festival of light was amazing… if a little busy. This piece by Studio Echelon was one of our favourites.

Malmö Design Museum

We visited the Typography and Graphic Design Exhibition at the Design Museum in Malmö, Sweden. There is a range of great work from designers including - ATWTP and Studio Laucke Siebein

Happy New Year

From all of us here at Liberation

Merry Christmas

From everyone at Liberation!

A Liberation Christmas

Today is the Liberation Christmas Party. Happy (early) Christmas from all of us here.

How Many Designers Does It Take...

A big THANK YOU! to our friends at Lightworks for sending us the biggest pick ‘n’ mix lightbulb in the world!

Merry Christmas!

East Side Gallery, Berlin

A trip to Berlin definitely involves a visit to East Side Gallery, an international memorial for freedom. This 1.3km of graffiti painting on the Berlin wall is the largest and longest-lasting open air gallery in the world. This segment is "My God, Help Me to Survive This Deadly Love" by Dimitri Vrubel.


We had a great time at our cocktail making course last week in Shoreditch. Some of us took to it better than others…. Espresso Martini anyone?

Video highlights here -

That's Shanghai Food & Drinks Awards

Votes were counted to determine the best F&B venues over the course of a month resulting in The Bull and Claw coming out top in one of the biggest and most competitive categories.

Harpa, Reykjavik

Completed wowed by the beauty of the Harpa Concert Hall in Reykjavik. The building is a gleaming sculpture reflecting both the sky and harbour. The glass facade, which covers the entire building, was designed by reowned visual artist Olafur Elisson. Absolutely Stunning.

Jardin Majorelle, Marrakech

Found a calming retreat within the bustling city of Marrakech, Jardin Majorelle - a dreamy oasis full of exotic plants from five continents. In amongst the garden, I came across this astonishingly vibrant Moorish buliding with a hint of Art Deco, glowing with an intense blue. Beautiful.