Private View: Thursday 22 September 6-9pm Hackoff! is an installation and exhibition made up of a group of creatives consisting of Massimo Casagrande, Liz Wellstead, Patrick Morgan and Stephen Morgann, who effortlessly switch genres and techniques in-sync with contemporary culture and the issues surrounding them.
Jago Creatives design consultancy is made up of print and textile designer Liz Wellstead and fashion designer Massimo Casagrande. Having collaborated in last years edition of London Design Festival on a project about gentrification, they have since formed Jago Creatives and create designs for fashion, textiles, surfaces and installations, marrying creativity with function.
Patrick Morgan trained at the Royal College of Art, Patrick has worked as a commercial artist for over 15 years receiving commissions from famous designers and exclusive patrons; Yves Saint Laurent, Tom Ford, Chanel, Fendi, The Royal Academy of Arts, The London Olympics, and was personally commissioned to do a portrait of US Vogue Creative Director Grace Coddington.
Morgan has created major work in collaboration with Tom Ford for the English National Ballet, Ballet Russe's 'The Firebird', which was then reused to represent Art and Culture at The Mayor of London's Office for the Olympics during 2012. Morgan also designed the Justin Timberlake world tour and most recently Patrick has currently designed for Christian Dior and has just finished designing for the latest James Bond film 'Spectre'.
Stephen Morgann (born 1988, London) lives and works in London. He graduated with a degree in Fine Art from Middlesex University in 2011. His studio is based at space studios in Bow where he is a mainstay in an art fabrication practice. His clients regularly include Goshka macuga , Enrico David and others.
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