Laurie Skelton

Laurie is a designer and editor working for Waag Society's communications team. She designs for both the web and print, develops branding for projects, creates artwork for publications, and writes and edits English content.

Laurie has done branding and web work for projects like Code for NL, Trust Me I'm an Artist, Pet Shop, Textile & Clothing Business Labs, DIY Antibiotica, Beta-lab, and the Do-it-Together Science Bus. Her illustrations appear in the Start a Movement workbook, Hacking Culture: a how-to guide for hackathons in the cultural sector, and throughout the Do-it-Together Science Bus project.

Laurie graduated with a BA in English and Liberal Arts from the University of Alabama (summa cum laude), and an MSc in Interactive Media (first class honours) from the University of Limerick. Once, she gave a hula-hooping workshop in Fablab Amsterdam.


Posted on:
Tuesday 02 February 2016

The next performance in the Trust Me, I'm an Artist (TMIAA) project will take place at the transmediale festival in Berlin. I interviewed Lucas Evers, head of Open Wetlab, about the project.

Posted on:
Monday 30 November 2015

María Boto Ordoñez is the founder of PET*IT, a line of designer accessories and toys for microorganisms. Recently, we decided to ask María about where she got her inspiration for treating micro-organisms as pampered pets.

Posted on:
Monday 09 November 2015

To explore the fascinating (though sometimes tumultuous) landscape of modern architecture, Waag Society recently hosted an evening of presentations from five architectural experts within the Design/Fabrication Lab project.