Flyknit Collective London: An Interview with Daniel Frost
“I think London is a fascinating place to live, there’s such a rich source of inspiration here that grows every day you live here. But I think it’s mainly the characters that I encounter and their stories that inspire me the most.”
Read the rest of 1948 London’s interview with Flyknit Collective host Daniel Frost here.
Flyknit Collective London: Workshop 1, Sustainability
Workshop 1 has officially kicked off in London! On Monday, Flyknit Collective participants headed over to 1948 London to take part in the first workshop on Sustainability, hosted by Daniel Frost, We Made That, Chakabars, James Pearson-Howes and Alice Moloney.
Catch up on the Think Tank discussion on our blog, here.
Flyknit Collective London: Daniel Frost
Daniel Frost is a London-based illustrator whose work “draws inspiration from the magical, weird and wonderful to create strange and playful characters, including both 2D image-making and 3D objects. He will be one of our workshop hosts, and we encourage you to check out some of his illustrations here.
Flyknit Collective: London
The Flyknit Collective brings its series of creative workshops to London for the summer. Four workshops will be held at the 1948 London store, beginning with Sustainability and hosted by Dave Cobban, from Nike’s Sustainable Business & Innovation department, alongside illustrator Daniel Frost, communication designer Alice Moloney, photographer Jake Green, personal trainer Chakabars, and architect and design practice, We Made That. Selected participants will ultimately create a fantastical illustrated map that conveys economic and social sustainability in East London.
In London? Gain entry to the workshop by completing the call for creativity and sports here. Deadline for creative submissions is 5th June at 5:00pm (BST).