Has performed for:

Tate, Design Museum, Barbican, Design Council, British Council, Wedgwood, V&A, Vintage at Goodwood + MANY MORE

Loves:

chairs and Lemmy

Hates:

labels and limitations

Greatest hits:

The Deptford Project

Formula One exhibition, Design Museum, Design Week temporary exhibition Award.

Great Exhibition, Royal College of Art — with Gerrard O’Carroll and Claire Catterall

Barbican Art Centre wayfinding — with architects Allford Hall Monaghan Morris, (AHMM) and Cartlidge, Levene Design Week, Wayfinding Award

Westminster Academy — with AHMM Shortlisted for the RIBA Stirling Prize 2008

Alan Aldridge exhibition, Design Museum

Kentish Town Health Centre — with AHMM Shortlisted for the Stirling Prize 2009

Open City — with Gerrard O’Carroll, Isabel Allen, Luke Morgan

Design curator for Vintage at Goodwood, the new music/fashion/ design festival — vintageatgoodwood.com

London College of Communication, nominated for the Brit Insurance Award

Zynga headquarters, San francisco, collaborating with the Zynga specially chosen team

The Old Vinyl Factory, Hayes, London

Regular gig:

Studio Myerscough
studiomyerscough.com

Previous gigs:

Her House gallery and shop, BA (Hons) at Saint Martins School of Art, MA Royal College of Art, RCA Lecturer at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design

Forthcoming appearances:

New Design Museum Permanent exhibition

Tate Modern New Extension wayfinding with Cartlidge Levene

Several Schools around the UK

Children's Dining rooms for Barts New Children's Hospital London, for Vital Arts

Rock’n’roll
behaviour:

Caused outrage with 2004’s neon light installation, which illuminated the slogan “Has Anybody Seen Mike Hunt?”. The brief had been to illustrate the letter “c” for a British Library exhibition.

The Movement Café, Greenwich.    Photos: Gareth Gardner

Furniture made from metal and reclaimed laboratory tops for the Movement Café

Movement Café cushions

LCC Summer Shows 2012. Photo: Ana Escobar.

Ooh La La, seating installation in a public square Lisbon, Portugal

‘Earning My Stripes’ installation The Grove, Marylebone, London

‘Dazzle’ one of 5 dining rooms at Barts & The London Children’s Hospital

‘Lemons & Laughter’ one of 5 dining rooms at Barts & The London Children’s Hospital

Hand painted stool tops for the Barts & The London Children’s Hospital

World map Dagenham Park School made of individually painted blocks of wood

Kirkbalk School, Barnsley

A work exhibited in the exhibition Imaginary Menagerie at the Text/Gallery

Round About, London College of Communication Summer Show 2011

Non Sense Stools, Words Words Words, Selfridges London

Platform, words by Islington young people design by Morag Myerscough

No Guts No Glory poster

Home of Metal, Gas Hall, Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery

The Shipping building reception, The Old Vinyl Factory Hayes

Vinyl Café, The Old Vinyl Factory, Hayes

King Size, B&B Designersblock 2012

Signs for the Zynga headquarters café

LCC Summer shows 2010 — POWER OF TEN

Future Vintage, Vintage at Goodwood 2010


‘Name’ stools — recycled from a school in Bognor and customised for Vintage

Pallant House Art Cafe, Vintage at goodwood

Made in Kingston and Curating the Contemporary
at TENT London 2010
Photographer Guy Montagu-Pollock

Matthew Boulton exhibition, Gas Hall, Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery


Memory of Time — section of a 26 word neon installation, Woolyard, Bermondsey.
Trust, Time, Strength and Love Exhibited 2009 at 70 + Artists + 100

Urban Africa, David Adjaye exhibition, Design Museum. Photo Luke Hayes


Westminster Academy, nominated for the RIBA Stirling Prize 2008


Neon installation, Unpack London, London Development Agency, Shanghai Expo


Stenciled concrete floor, Shanghai

Benches being constructed, Shanghai

Typeface designed and hand-made for the Icon Magazine cover


The Deptford Project Train


The Deptford Project Train


The Deptford Project Stools


Barbican Centre Wayfinding


Tea building, Shoreditch, London


Vintage at Goodwood, Design curator

Pentagram partner Domenic Lippa and Sir John Sorrell, commissioned 20 UK-based graphic designers to create posters with a London theme for the London Design Festival 2009


Venice Architecture Biennale, curator Sir Peter Cook, Archigram


9 Positions — ‘Name’ deckchairs, Venice Architecture Biennale


Great Exhibition, RCA Summer Shows


Great Exhibition, RCA Summer Shows


UK State of Play, E3, Los Angeles

Alan Aldridge exhibition, Design Museum, London


Formula One exhibition, Design Museum, London


London Largest Living Room, Somerset House, London


Kentish Town Health Centre, nominated for the RIBA Stirling Prize 2009


Open City exhibition, Design for London, Somerset House


Open City, Greenwich Park interpretation, Design for London


Technothreads exhibition, Science Gallery, Dublin

Technothreads exhibition, Science Gallery, Dublin


Her Lamp, Designers Block, Tea Building


Her House, Shoe Wardrobe, Designers Block, Tea Building


‘Name’ hats — Her House


‘Forty Winks’ rug for the Aram Store 40th Birthday

Neon, Los Angeles


Exhibited at the British Library London part of the 26 Letters exhibition and Bonhams Contemporary Art sale

Red Scribble, exhibited at the Anti Design Festival and Plus Art Projects

Experimenting with wood and colour