Saturday, 29 August 2009

Early Henges

During the initial discussion about henges and henging, @Sundaeg1rl confessed a secret. In her dim and distant past, she had previously henged. We were all intrigued. These are from 1994.



Friday, 21 August 2009

Stonehenge, After Hours

Look where @bird42 went!


Inspiration for us all!

Wednesday, 19 August 2009


@bird42 loves her henges. So much so she took off to the beach and made her own:


She muses: "Sadly we watched the tide wash them away. It was poetic."

Sunday, 16 August 2009

Saturday, 15 August 2009

How to Henge

Henging is easy. All you need to do is take a minimum of 3 things and form the shape of a henge. If this is not an obvious instruction, check out the other henges to see how it's done!

If you need a little more support, Blu-tack or sticky tape may be used, but extra kudos will be given for henging without sticky assistance.

Also, as your progress in your henging, you might wish to play around with lighting, backgrounds, etc etc. That's entirely up to you.

Now all you need to do is get your thinking cap on and begin henging! What are you waiting for?

Friday, 14 August 2009

What is a Henge?

A henge is a prehistoric architectural sculpture, often comprising a stone or wooden circle. They are said to have been used for ancient ritual purposes, and many believe these places still hold magical properties.

The most famous henge is Stonehenge:

...but there are many more dotted all over the world. Have you been to one? If you have, send us a picture!

For more information on henges, click here!

Friday, 7 August 2009


Hengeclub was born, as all good ideas are, from a simple conversation. A love of Stonehenge, an imaginative mind and unwavering enthusiasm were all that were needed to expand the initial idea into something amazing.

Hengeclub is a caring, sharing community; we continually strive for excellence and support and encourage each other through our artistic endeavours. You'll mainly find us on Twitter; find the #hengeclub thread, follow @HengeClub and join in with our activities!

Alternatively, if you're not on Twitter, feel free to e-mail your submissions (along with a title and brief description of item/location/inspiration) to HengeClub AT gmail DOT com. We'd be happy to hear from you!