Nick Davis

I just wanted to say thank you for taking us again to NY for the ICFF. I've had a very enthusiastic response from people regarding my acid etched work and I'll hopefully be working with a showroom called Design Lush in the New York Design Centre. I've actually had offers to show my work in 4 showrooms in New York but I feel Design Lush is the best suited for my work. I've also had 2 London design galleries approach me to show my work. I thought the show was very good this year, many people that came to the stand said they found the British section the most exciting of the show.

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THE AFRICAN AND AFRICAN-CARIBBEAN DESIGN DIASPORA FESTIVAL

A point of celebration is required to demonstrate the quality of creative thinking derived from London’s and the UK’s small but significant African and African-Caribbean* design community. This should provide a positive insight into design skills, engage and inspire others and create a promotional platform for designers working in London, the UK, Africa and the Caribbean.

The African and African-Caribbean Design Diaspora is a three year initiative of the British European Design Group (BEDG) to promote the creative skills and commercial potential of ethnic minorities of African and African-Caribbean descent in the UK and their creative counterparts in Africa and the Caribbean.

Co-funded by the Arts Council England/Lottery Fund and supported by the London Design Festival, the Initiative will run alongside the London Design Festival and the 2012 Olympics, with its final in September 2013.

You can find further details on the AACDD Festival Series on www.aacdd.org