Over the past couple of months we have been working with artist Gary Stranger on a number of projects.
Having been on the studio team's radar for some time, we approached him to be part of the the Jealous Needs You portfolio
in September. His fluorescent orange 'Paradise' print was an instant sell out in the November show at our Shoreditch gallery.
To coincide with his Jealous Needs You print launch, he painted on our building as part of our rooftop mural project using his signature style (crisp, bright, typography). The word 'Jealous' could be seen for miles around in an orange to red fade.
Due to the success of the 'Paradise' print we invited Gary back. He's been
working on a follow up print titled 'Lucky' in bright pink. This is also available (not for long, surely) in a special gold leaf edition of 18
too. Both editions are 70 x 50 cm and printed on to Somerset Satin 300 gsm paper. The pink edition will be on display at Saatchi Gallery from 5th
Fancy hosting a Big Picnic for Sarcoma UK?
Summer is approaching (we hope!) and with it, Sarcoma Awareness Week which runs from 3-9 July.
Sarcoma Awareness Week is a chance for us all to get together with family, friends, colleagues and our wider communities to raise sarcoma awareness and vital funds. To mark the week this year, we’re asking you to join in The Big Picnic!
Jealous @ The Venice Biennale
In the preview days leading up to the public opening of the 2017 Venice Biennale, Jealous will be screenprinting live at the diaspora pavilion in the beautiful Palazzo Pisano Santa Marina close to the famous Rialto bridge.
The Diaspora Pavillion is a major Arts Council funded project showcasing the work of 11 Black British artists. It is organised by the international curators forum with University of the arts London and curated by writer and photographer David a Bailey.
Art on a Ukulele - Crowdfunding Now Live!
For September 2017 Art on a Postcard will transform itself into Art on a Ukulele. They are joining forces with artist Mick Rooney RA, Pete Howlett the UK's foremost independent ukulele maker and The Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain on a project which combines music, art and fine workmanship.More