Saturday, 18 June 2011


It's official! big sign in Technicolour window today! one week to go!!....

Tuesday, 14 June 2011

Technicolour is closing!!!!!

Dear friends, customers and supporters of Technicolour!

After an absolutely brilliant few months, I am sad yet excited to say that Technicolour will be closing! We only planned to open up for Christmas, but the excitement and interest was so spectacular for us, that Technicolour went on and on! From being on the front cover of The List Magazine to meeting all our super's been really overwhelming and fantastic!

So our last day for the shop at 2 Bruntsfield Place will be Saturday the 25th of June, and we will be staying open Wed - Sat 11am-5.30pm, until then.

I am moving to Berlin to begin work on a new range of garments and jewellery. My work will continue to be available on my new website (please have a look): There is an accompanying blog where i will be documenting all my new designing, drawing and making whilst away so stay tuned!

Technicolour was opened by myself and two dear friends Jo Richardson, and Magda Boreyza, who continue to also make amazing work, you can find some of Jo's jewellery at Totty Rocks on Victoria Street (and her online shop will be coming along soon!) and Magda's illustration can be viewed on her website Please also look out for the work of Faith Limbrick, who has been responsible for all the recent wonderful installations in the shop. She'l be graduating from ECA next summer and she is brilliant!

keep an eye open for us as maybe just maybe Technicolour will be popping up again some time!!!!

love Jenny

Monday, 23 May 2011

Ikat Shoulder Capes

new spring shoulder capes, black/white ikat fabric. lined in black. reversible too! £40 buy online at or pop along to Technicolour!

Stitch Lounge

This weekend I swapped my Technicolour studio for New Media Scotland's project "Stitch Lounge" ! 48 hrs of sewing, endless white fabric, ten snazzy new Singer sewing machines to play with, fantastic people...pretty amazing. Thankyou Carrie Maginn for dreaming up this super event, we so so need something like this in this city, a place where people can come together to create. fingers crossed for more events to come!

Monday, 2 May 2011

Away to Berlin!

Off to Berlin for adventures/soak up some art and inspiration. Technicolour will be open sporadically from now till 13th may!!! open now and then manned by the lovely Faith Limbrick (go visit her and marvel at her new installations and creations!!)

opening hours

Thursday 5th May 14.00 -17.30

saturday 7th May 11.00-17.30

usual opening hours resume as of Friday 13th May

Wednesday, 20 April 2011

Exploading Car

A cartoon work by local artist Chris Palmer depicting a sentient vehicle struggling in our time with the confusion of his surroundings, and the obstacles he must overcome. Compassionate, and in a way all powerful, but massively limited by the knowledge that he will always explode. A new modern day folk hero, an urban Odysseus. T-shirt and graphic works available to buy in store now.

Friday, 1 April 2011

Technicolour front page of The List magazine!

Very happy face, Technicolour is on the cover shot of April's List mag! The biggest thanks to super wizard editor/stylist Claire Sawers for designing this shot and gathering up all this brilliant work representing independent design stores and designers in Glasgow and Edinburgh.

Technicolour work by; Jenny Sweetnam, Jo Richardson, Magda Boreyza, Chris Palmer, Gill Chantler, Lindsey Brown Welcome Home, flat pets, Sainthughsbones The Red Door gallery, Elsie Dodds. Bra Bohag; vintage furniture. The Shop of Interest, Morag Macpherson. Analogue; Ross Christie, Nigel Peake

Model; Cat Sinclaire
Stylist; Claire Sawers
Hair; by Sublime
Photography; Jannica honey

Wednesday, 30 March 2011

Sunday, 20 March 2011

Faith Limbrick installation work

The current window display and installation at Technicolour, created By Faith Limbrick, was inspired by the geometric and graphic representations in the clothes and jewellery around the shop and the local architecture. Faith's creations grow and dance across the walls, maybe some kind of creature caught in a moment, suspended in movement, held ready for action and holding energy. The tri colour designs are all elements in an overall 'architecture' that wants to explore space and tell a story. Faith's current work explores colour, form and space, micro and macro and the role the imagination plays in switching between small and large. Please visit for Faith's Blog or if you would like to contact her

Sunday, 13 March 2011

Super New works at Technicolour

Shop window installation by Faith Limbrick, brass chain detail ring by Jo Richardson, textile jewellery neck pieces by Jenny Sweetnam, silver/resin wasp brooches by Matthew Brady