supergroup is a creative a-team that comes together whenever they are called upon. each member has chart-topping experience in their own right — and the supergroup line-up can be remixed to match appropriate talents to new ideas and spaces



Great Wall of China Supergroup

Great Wall of China

Jake, Groupie, Luke and Zed Support Band

Jake, Groupie, Luke and Zed Support Band

Ladies starting the big clean up obey the Chinese health and safety rules

Ladies starting the big clean up obey the Chinese health and safety rules

For Those About To Rock We Salute You!

Rock On! Lily, Morag & Phoebe


Wayne, Gerardine & Luke with a pint! Rock-on!

Lemmy performing

The Scarlet Pimpernel!

Y oh Y!

All smiles!

Wow this was a big place to speak!

A sunny day this year! 2012

Stadium concert outfit! 2012

Studio 2012

Lucky Lucky Lucky, 2012

Point, 2013

OTIS, Los Angeles, artist team 2013

team Morag & Luke, OTIS, LA, 2013

Vinyl Lounge, Vinyl Factory, 2012

Movement Cafe, Greenwich, 2012

eye eye, 2013

The Pavilion, Birmingham, 2013

On a giant coral far away 2013

Map fabrication & installation team 2013

Cloudgate, Chicago 2013

Lemmy studio, 2014

Temple of Agape, Southbank 2014

Swing it! Wakefield 2014
Photo Bob Collier



Tuesday, January 18th, 2011

Yesterday the Design Museum announced the Brit Insurance Designs of the Year Nominations, and LCC ‘POWER OF TEN’ Summer Shows 2010 was one of them, so exciting and I am so pleased that all the work I have been doing with LCC (London College Of Communication) has been noticed and I am so happy for LCC. The project will be in the exhibition at the Design Museum from 16th February to 07th August 2011, my challenge now is to make sure the whole placemaking and sustainability side of the project gets across in the exhibit. We are now working on the 2011 shows and so exciting things to come with LCC.

Just seen a bit in the Guardian very exciting.

Some text about the project: Already a world-leader in media and design courses that prepare students for successful careers in the creative industries, London College of Communication has recently refocused its identity and mission to keep pace with emergent global communication technologies, whilst retaining the traditional strengths of the College in graphic and information design, photography, film and journalism.

Morag Myerscough/Studio Myerscough has brought to life the formerly indistinct internal architecture of the College. The work so far so far reflects both LCC’s rich typographic, print and design heritage and the distinctive tactile and expressive qualities of the specialist studio-based education that takes place within it.  The continuation of the project into the triangular ‘piazza’ outside the college, with its shipping container galleries, carnivalesque spaces, seating areas, effects a permeable extension of what goes on inside the college into the outside, and has made a dynamic start to the regeneration of the otherwise brutal and uncompromising urban space around it. The placemaking and wayfinding with its extension outside bridges the college and external Elephant & Castle environments, and gives life to both: a powerful first step to a new image and identity for the College and a sense of pride in community as the Elephant & Castle regenerates.

Nearly all photos in this post taken by Aidan Brown.

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