We’re really proud to be part of the inaugural Winter Show at the excellent B&B Gallery here in Sheffield which will open Dec 12th.
Panda Otaku & Friends are handmade wooden toys and will be available from the Gallery Website.
For more info and private view details click here!
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We began this year working on another fantastic project with the guys at Sheffield Children’s Hospital’s ‘Artfelt’ initiative.
Following on from our extensive work there last year, we were back at The Ryegate Centre for Phase 2 of their amazing refurbishment programme – the total renewal of the Hydrotherepy Pool facility.
The pool is one of the most heavily used areas of the centre and was in urgent need of updating and modernising. A huge fundraising effort was made and work began on the project at the end of summer 2012.
We were asked to jump onboard for the final phase of the refurb and to bring along a cast of happy characters who would bring to life the pool, changing rooms and waiting areas.
We’re extremely proud to have been involved in the project and it was a wonderful way to start the year – we can’t wait until the pool is officially opened on the 12th March and the kids can start enjoying it!
You can learn more about Sheffield Children’s Hospital’s brilliant Artfelt programme and the work they do here: www.tchc.org.uk/artfelt
We were extremely proud and excited to be asked to help out with coming up with some suitably awesome medals for this years Peaty’s Steel City Downhill mountain bike race here in Sheffield.
The race is run by a whole bunch of local fanatics with backing from the Wildlife Trust, and World Downhill Champion and multiple World Cup winning legend and local hero Mr Steve Peat at the head of it all. Together they managed to raise a phenomenal amount of money for local charities.
The build up to the race was fantastic, with all the entrants sold out within a couple of hours of registration opening online. Local company Bike Track came up with an amazing course for the event and some incredible prizes were donated from the mountain biking community. The race itself was held on Saturday 21st of April, the weather was surprisingly brilliant and the spectators turned out in hoards to whoop and holla the racers onto victory.
We’d like to thank everyone at SteelCityMedia and ThisIsSheffield for inviting us to get involved, Mr Steve Peat for being a very nice chap indeed, the guys at CutLaserCut for all their help with making things happen.
Here’s some pictures from the day from Tom Richards, a full roundup of events, and an excellent little edit of the action from XtrailFilms.