Czech design hits London

There’ll be a chance to see the best emerging Czech design talent in London next week.

Design on Border by Aneta Sládková

The show Czeggs – as its conflated name hints – is all about bringing bright young things into the world.

Mills by Lukáš Tomek
Mills by Lukáš Tomek

Student and graduates of the Faculty of Multimedia Communications at Tomas Bata University in Zlín will be showing work in graphic, interactive, photographic, product, furniture and packaging design.

First Aid Jewelry is wearable medication packaging by Veronika Janecková
First Aid Jewelry is wearable medication packaging by Veronika Janecková

Consultancy Little Greta, which was founded by alumni of the faculty, is behind the idea. Having established itself in the Czech Republic it now has offices in London and Scotland.

Waiting for the Wind by Eliška Kyselkova and Little Greta
Waiting for the Wind by Eliška Kyselkova and Little Greta

Little Greta maintains close links with the university and through Czeggs has found a way for young Czech designers to roost alongside the consultancy and its clients.  

First Fish by Veronika Göttlichová
First Fish by Veronika Göttlichová

Jan Blazek, head of team at Little Greta and marcom alumni of the Faculty of Multimedia Communications, says, ‘As a student I always loved getting my hands on real projects, so I am glad to be able to give the same chances to student talent – only this time on a global rather than local scale.

Frilly by Kristína Filová
Frilly by Kristína Filová

Czeggs runs at Frameless Gallery in Clerkenwell Green, EC1 from 21 – 27 October 20 Clerkenwell Green.

Disposable Food Bowl by Michal Marko
Disposable Food Bowl by Michal Marko

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