Gola x Tado Exhibition – Box Park

On Thursday the 6th September, I took the tube down to one of the exclusive shopping areas of East London,BoxPark. This site is literally created from several containers stacked on top of each other to create a new shopping experience! Here Gola Classic was launching its new products for the Tado x Gola collaboration by organising a superb out door exhibition on the Box Park upper floor complete with a cheeky bar and DJ set to get the evening going.

New Tado x Gola products.

The outdoor corridor where the art work was displayed

Art work for the London skyline, by Tado

Tado is a Sheffield based design from the duo Mike and Katie. Both of them stretch their design skills to cover a wide range of applications, from illustration to animation as well toy design. Over the last seven years, their designs have  crept into our world, spreading their love for colour and anything that makes you giggle! For more on Tado please go to:


Tado’s festival fun

The evening was a great success with a wide variety of viewers checking out the Tado artwork and enjoying the music atBoxPark. I am  looking forward to the 30th September when Tado comes to the Carnaby Street store to create one of these artworks LIVE!

For the full range of the Gola x Tado products go to either of their stores at Boxpark Shoreditch or the Carnaby Street store. Alternatively, visit their website


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About Emma Wright

I am studying Fashion and Textile design at Ravensbourne, cultivating my desire for drawing, painting and designing. My work is inspired by my imagination as well as by reality, responding to my emotions through visual recordings. These hand drawn illustrations are then warped to compose a more contemporary feel. To date I have worked with a variety of companies from Hussein Chalayan, Ted Baker, Matthew Williamson and Sass and Bide in Australia. Last summer I decided to create my own label where I crafted my textile designs into scarves, printing and manufacturing them in England.

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