Night Market Fun (part 1)

Setting up LeuWebb’s ‘Snacks on Wax’ foodcart made its debut last night at The Stop’s Night Market. Paired on the first night of the event with Rose & Sons, the cart of found sounds and objects brought a smile to the faces of hungry patrons. The second night of the event pairs Paulette’s with the cart to serve up tasty pastries.

Special thanks to Ring Audio and June Records for their assistance in providing materials for ‘Snacks on Wax’.

Hanging out

Counter top

Snacks on Wax in action

June 19 2013

Snacks on Wax at The Stop’s Night Market

LeuWebb Projects has been selected as one of the design teams to contribute a custom food cart for this year’s The Stop’s Night Market!

This remarkable event is now in its second year and will be taking place in Toronto in the great outdoors behind Honest Ed’s, June 18th and 19th, 2013.

Our cart, titled ‘Snacks On Wax’ will be paired with two different chef teams over the course of the event’s two nights.

Photo by Natta Summerky

Photo by Natta Summerky

Tickets go on sale May 22nd and will sell out fast! More details to follow!

April 17 2013

Making and Shaking

LeuWebb Projects is working with the Ontario Crafts Council once again in creating a site specific installation for their annual Maker Shaker Fundraising event.

We’re keeping the piece under wraps for now, but below is a detail pic of some of the materials we’re working with.

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The event takes place at Neubacher Shor Contemporary on May 8th.

April 7 2013

Come Up To My Room 10 Year Anniversary

Photo by David Hawe

from NOW Magazine, January 2013

LeuWebb Projects were featured in Andrew Sardone’s lovely article about Come Up To My Room’s 10 Year Anniversary (that’s us in the upper right of the pic above). 

Here’s an excerpt (below) from the NOW Magazine article. See the full article here.

 

2011: Leu Webb (Christine Leu & Alan Webb)

Originally we were hoping to do up one of the private rooms with something immersive and intimate, but we were offered the Ballroom, where the Love Design Party would be happening, instead. With Alan’s background as part of the wabi collective producing electronic music events, it was actually not a bad fit.

We centred on the idea of a cloud pulsating with the music of the party like lightning flashing in a summer sky. To create the cloud, we used a variety of weather balloons that were up to 5 feet in diameter and worked with our friends Jeff Lee and Omar Khan to install lighting inside them that would react to the music. We also wanted to integrate the DJs with the installation, so we put them in the middle of the room to let the crowd swirl around.

February 15 2013