Saturday, 26 February 2011

Outline Editions presents ‘The Joys of Spring’ - An Exhibition

Hey Crayonettes! (That's what I'm going to call all you lovely T&C fans ^.^)

There's an ace new exhibition on in London, starting this friday, that I know lots of you will be interested in. Following its hugely successful winter show, Outline Editions is on a seasonal cheer-up mission, with  a new exhibition of specially commissioned, Spring-themed prints at their buzzing pop-up gallery in Berwick Street, Soho.

The show will include work from some of Britain’s most in-demand image-makers. Anthony Burrill, Kate Moross, Noma Bar, David Foldvari, Beyond The Valley and Klaus Haapaniemi are among the roll call of new-wave graphic artists whose work will be on display.

The gallery, in a former second-hand record store, will be transformed for springtime by the internationally renowned Anthony Burrill, who is creating a bold new design for the front window and interior space.

In addition to the wall art, Outline Editions will be selling a selection of T-shirts, books, plates and other products created by Kate Moross, Anthony Burrill, Supermundane, Emily Forgot and David Foldvari.
Kate Moross
Beyond The Valley

Berwick Street is a great location, right in the centre of Soho, a great place to be.

‘The Joys of Spring’ runs from 4 March– 9th April 2011, Tuesday to Saturday, 12pm to 6.30pm at 94 Berwick St, London W1F 0QF.

I’ve kindly been invited to go to the Private View on 3rd March (after I’ve had my hair cut; been waiting so long for that damn appointment!) So will take tonnes of photos, if I make it in time! Really exciting, hope I get to meet a couple of the artists. Noma Bar is one of my favourites, I went to one of his talks at a Glug Meet Up and he’s so inspirational:
The folkloric fantasia of fashion-favourite Klaus Haapaniemi (below) are among the highlights of this celebration of graphic art’s new wave.

The temporary gallery is designed by master-sloganeer and all-round graphic god Anthony Burrill:

Specially commissioned limited-edition prints will be available, from £15 to £200, and also available from the online shop at from 4th March.
Can’t wait! Are any of you guys going to take a visit?

Rachel L x x

1 comment:

Rachel Clare Price said...

love the word crayonettes!
I really want to see that exhibition, you're so lucky to go to the private view! I will have to make the effort to get to london in the next couple weeks, Im such a fan of beyond the valley!


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