6 November 2012


We thought Hinshelwood-de-borman-dot-blogspot-dot-co-dot-uk was a bit of a mouthful, so we have made a blog just for our Field Work pop up shops. Come join us here to hear all about our next event in December-  www.fieldwork-shop.blogspot.com

29 June 2012

Field Work

Field Work will be popping up again at 54 Rivington street from 8-16 December 2012. Put it in your diaries now! More details to follow soon...

11 December 2011

Field Work is Open!

Field Work opened this weekend and has already had a steady stream of customers. Thank you to everyone involved and all those that helped with the set up, especially Emily, Lizzie and Laura. Another massive thank you to Victoria Nelmes for the window dressing and amazing tinsel extravaganza outside. Photographer Victoria Siddle came down on Saturday to take some shots, go to her blog to see more images. We will post others throughout the week. We are open until 7pm on Sunday 18th. We hope you can make it down!

7 December 2011

Field Work no.3 Roll Call

Jazmine Miles-Long will be returning to Field Work this December with a new array of sea bird taxidermy. Huw Griffith will be showing a selection of antiques and re-worked mirrors. We will have knits from Shipping Forecast, all made with British Wool. Kirsten Hecktermann is joining us again with her beautiful hand carved wooden and bone spoons. We will have screwdrivers from Elementary Design. Neal Jones is exhibiting paintings, prints and mobiles. Kitty Farrow Press have produced a selection of hand made books and notepads for Field Work. There will be more unusual gift ideas from The Fancy Goods Shop sourced from distant shores, alongside treasure Hinshelwood de Borman picked up in Mexico. Kate Morrell joins us at this Field Work with her flint pieces, prints and jewelry. We have some beautiful hand painted tin ware from Pakistan including trunks and jugs. We will have a selection of jewelry from London designer Ivy Nixon. Alongside all of this will of course be printed textiles and more from us, Caitlin Hinshelwood and Rose de Borman. Rose has produced lots of beautiful new hand painted silk cushions depicting a wide menagerie of creatures for the shop and Caitlin has plenty of new textiles including her Cosmonaut Cushions.
Spoons by Kirsten Hecktermann
Replica Necklace and Flint piece by Kate Morrell
Hand Painted Silk Cushions from Rose de Borman
Knitted Hats by Shipping Forecast
Attenborough Cushions by Caitlin Hinshelwood

30 June 2011

Date for your diaries - CHRISTMAS FIELD WORK 3

So we've booked a Christmas Field Work for 10-18th December! It will be in a new location at Space 54, Rivington Street. Put it in your diaries and relax, your Christmas presents will be sorted. Email or comment if you have any suggestions or orders for things you want to see in the shop. More details to follow soon...

7 April 2011

Photographs from Field Work

Cushions by Rose de Borman and Caitlin Hinshelwood

Taxidermy by Jazmine Miles Long

Photographs from Field Work

Weird Folk exhibition

Books by Kitty Farrow and bone spoons by Kirsten Hecktermann

Photographs from Field Work

Weird Folk exhibition

Hats by Shipping Forecast knits, wooden spoons and servers by Kirsten Hecktermann, Knives from Fancy Goods Shop and Screwdrivers by Elementary Design.

Photographs from Field Work

Papier mache skulls and masks from Fancy Goods Shop and bone spoons by Kirsten Hecktermann

Weird Folk exhibition. From left to right - Neal Jones, Max Wade, Betsy Dadd.

Animal pictures, mirror and chair by Huw Griffith.

Figurines from Fancy Goods Shop, Ceramics by Rose de Borman and animal paintings by Caitlin Hinshelwood

17 March 2011

Field Work is open

Field Work no.2 is now open for business. The opening night was a huge success and thank you to everyone that came down for it. The shop will be coming down at 6pm this Sunday so make sure you come and take a look at all the treats on offer before then. You can read a glowing review of the shop here in Amelia's Magazine. We will put some images up of the shop a.s.a.p.

12 March 2011

Field Work featuring... Elementary Design

Field Work will be stocking these rather nice screwdriver sets by Elementary Design. These unique screwdrivers are made in their small London workshop and are copies of two originals made by a cabinet maker who was unable to find a set of modern tipped screwdrivers that met his requirements for quality, comfort and simplicity. You can read more about them here.

9 March 2011

Field Work featuring... Alice Stevenson

London based illustrator Alice Stevenson has produced this gift wrap 'Canyon' especially for Field Work. We will also be stocking some of her postcard sets. You can see more of Alice's work here.

7 March 2011

Nearly Here!

Only about a week to go and counting to Field Work and Weird Folk! We have listed a few of the people who will be taking part below, with a little bit about them. There will be others, and of course plenty from us- Caitlin Hinshelwood and Rose de Borman.

In case you don't know..
We are both textile designers by training (Brighton University). We both work independently as freelance designers, (..illustrators, painters and everything in between.) However we frequently sell our textile homeware products and portfolio designs side by side, as Hinshelwood de Borman. We have been working hard and have lots of new things to showcase in the shop!
Bird in storm by Rose de Borman screen printed silk cushion.

28 February 2011

Field Work featuring... Nick Fraser

Field Work will be stocking some products from British designer Nick Fraser's Pipework Series including candelabra's and coat racks coming in a range of colours.

See more here

Field Work featuring... Jazmine Miles-Long

The very talented Jazmine Miles-Long returns to Field Work this March with new taxidermy pieces. Jazmine's beautiful and tenderly created ethical taxidermy gives her subjects such character and pathos.

You can see more of her work here

27 February 2011

Field Work featuring...Kitty Farrow Press

Kitty Farrow Press are producing a range of hand bound books especially for Field Work 2011. They will range from simple bound notebooks and sketchpads to more elaborate works incorporating old ephemera such as antique medical slides

26 February 2011

Field Work Featuring...WEIRD FOLK

Weird Folk is the exhibition we're holding in Field Work's gallery downstairs.

Neal Jones, Betsy Dadd and Max Wade are all London based artists. We chose them to show together because of a shared warmth, humanity, playfulness and sensitive use of colour in their work. They will be showing a range of new paintings prints and objects and there will also be a stand of additional drawings and prints for sale in the shop.

(Images from top to bottom- Betsy Dadd, Max Wade and Neal Jones)

Field Work Featuring...FANCY GOODs

FANCY GOODs SHOP was set up by (me), Rose de Borman and is a selection of mainly hand made products, with a folk art leaning from around the world. It is a new venture (set up with the idea of helping to fund my travels to new places) and Field Work will be their first proper outing.
Hand painted Medieval replica brooches from Pennsylvania USA

Hand knitted Fairisle gloves from the Shetland Isles

Hand made papier mache masks with moving jaws from India
See more (but not all yet) here