Kids have a special set of eyes to watch the world. Their creations are naive and full of dreams. There is something extremely positive in childhood: children have this surprising freshness and honesty that we can only aspire to comprehend. They have no experience; they are virgin of competition and promotion. They build crudely and dirtily and do not focus on the look of their design: it is too long and superficial. During our workshops, we try to show the children some new ways to connect their fantastic imagination with functionality. Our students hold a certain imagination that designers can only envy. Their creations are surprising, probably thanks to their spontaneity and their naivety facing judgment.

Hina and Olivia

Wednesday, 8 December 2010

The Marveland Exhibition in West London

Marveland is an innovative concept for a Christmas exhibition and pop-up shop dedicated to the creative genius of children, through the eyes of some of London’s up and coming designers.
Marveland will exhibit a great diversity and an original combination of artwork that can be enjoyed by everyone. The Event will show both design pieces developed exclusively by children in workshops, while also selling designs created by established designers, perfect as Christmas gifts.

 List of Marvelous Children Designers :
Yasin, Jon, Lewis, Omar, Joseph, Oli and some pupils from Thorpedene Junior school

List of Marvelous Established Designers :

For more information and images, please contact us:
Hina Thibaud: +44 (0) 75068 92202
Olivia Decaris: +44 (0) 79705 25597
Graphic design: Laure stromboni

Hina et Olivia

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London, East London, United Kingdom
Olivia and Hina met in France in 2005, during their Art and Design Bachelors at ESAD de Reims. They both studied together for their Masters in London, at the renowned Royal College of Art, in Platform 10, where they graduated from Design Products in 2009. Since Then, designer and Illustrator Olivia Decaris has spent her time working from her own studio, running workshops and participating in design groups throughout Europe while negotiating her first projects going into production. In the meantime, Hina Thibaud has been working on the design of a hat collection in collaboration with knitters and stylists and has started developing children products such as My Theatre Suitcase. A common interest in the theme of ‘childhood’ has united the two designers on collaborative projects such as the instauration of Children’s design workshops and the curation of exhibitions.