On the top floor of the Invisible Wind Factory building there are 15 studios of varying size and shape, used for all kinds of creative endeavour – painting and sculpture, writing and illustration, jewellery and costume, product development and theatre.
Studios rarely become available, but if you want to join the waiting list or if you have any other questions about the studios, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
MEET THE RESIDENTS
Emily Lansley, AKA GloMoth is a multi-disciplinary artist from Liverpool and also one third of art pop band Stealing Sheep, a group of all-female musicians who are attributed for their exploration of alternative visual live performances, combining craft, design and folkloric tropes creating unusual and unique imagery.
Emily is known for her playful, vivid illustrations and prints that combine landscape, characters and colour, utilising a variety of materials and methods realising small scale arts projects and larger collaborative events. Her work often features anthropological themes, with an anarchic mindset, uncontrolled by convention and often inspired by 'outsider' art.
Her illustration work has been exhibited as part of Super Cool Drawing Machine / Bold Street Coffee / View Two Gallery / Hope Street Hotel / Kitty’s Laundrette.
More recently Emily was commissioned to create a limited edition screen print for The Pink Moon Project celebrating 50 years of album 'Pink Moon' by Nick Drake and has also painted murals all over Liverpool in schools, bedrooms and on the outside walls of The Kazimier Garden.
I am a professional Artist with a background in Drawing and Painting. My work varies from Illustration and Animation to Street Theatre, Giant Puppets and Community Art. Much of what I do is creating Visual Minutes for clients, which puts my drawing skills to use by making information more accessible.
I enjoy the variety of working in many different fields and collaborating with other Artists, and find that the learning feeds back creating an exciting cross pollination of techniques, skills and processes which is constantly evolving.
Orla is an artist and designer creating surfaces and objects for interior design and architecture.
D Squared Product Development
D Squared Product Development are a Liverpool based SME who offer product development, design and engineering consultancy services, to clients from across the consumer, medical and industrial sectors.
We enable individuals, universities, and new technology start-ups to bring innovative new products to market as well as supporting established manufacturers who are looking to improve on existing products, and/or outsource elements of their development process.
A small creative XR/AR/VR technology company that has evolved from an established public art practice. Creative innovators, research and prototyping, delivering projects for Aardman, RIBA, Warner bros, Virgin rail amongst others.
Thom Isom is a graphic designer and artist. He creates identities, books and posters, video, animation, art direction and websites for arts, cultural, heritage and individuals — on his own or in collaboration with fellow specialists. He works with National Museums Liverpool, Manchester International Festival, Bluecoat, Abandon Normal Devices, Open Eye Gallery and more.
Welcome to the world of Claudia Pink. Here you will find flamboyant designs to cater for all your hedonistic occasions.
Creating thought provoking, playful theatre for audiences internationally. Teatro Pomodoro is an award-winning international theatre company made up of performers and creators from 5 different countries ( Canada, Italy, Japan, Spain and UK). Specializing in an electrifying blend of clowning, bouffon, music and comedy, Teatro Pomodoro uses the experience of artists who have performed all around Europe, Asia and North America.
A place for free spirits and crystal lovers.
Here you will find a collection of crystals, moon boxes, affirmation cards, notebooks and printed scarves.
We are two sisters with a passion for using crystals for healing and well being.