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



Saturday, February 26th, 2011

Early that day I was told all the tickets for my talk were sold out // Typographic Circle that night, which made me more and more nervous, I get so anxious before a talk. Thankfully Luke, Vilma & Holly came to support me, we left the studio at 5.30pm and took a cab to the JWT offices in Knightsbridge. The room was full of screens and masses of chairs I was petrified! I am always so worried people will fall asleep. I spent ages editing the talk but still ended up with 300 images — I was asked to speak between 60mins — 90mins — 90mins meant 18 secs per image equivalent to 15 Pecha Kucha’s by one person!!! Then the room filled with people, the lights went down and I just started talking, I spoke for 92mins. Some of the audience came up to me at the end and just said ‘inspiring’. I had a couple of drinks and went home relieved and happy. Thank you to John Bateson and the Typographic Circle for asking me to talk and for the cute badges made for the audience in return for their tickets and thank you to Alan Dye, NB: Studio for kindly organising the printing for my poster, much appreciated. A very special thank you to the audience for coming to see me on a cold Thursday evening, listening so intently for so long and being so enthusiastic!

Images: my tomatoes. Image of my car, I found in a book called ‘Joseph of Hoxton‘ by Martin Usborne

Photos of talk taken by Vilma Jaruševičiūtė

Paper sponsorship GF Smith, posters printed by Gavin Martin Associates

92 minutes later, poor audience!

It was incredible I was asked to sign my posters, I have never been asked that before

Queue for the poster, signing and chatting.

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