The Big Issue Shop has Christmas all wrapped up with exclusive designer paper from leading artists, including Jealous' own Charming Baker, Eelus, Ben Eine, Magnus Gjoen, Pure Evil, and many more brilliant artists.
The Big Issue Shop, specialises in products that put people and planet first and has launched this unique collection of wrapping papers in collaboration with Jealous and Art Republic.
Affordable Art Fair x Jealous
To help mark 20 years of affordable art in style, Affordable Art Fair have teamed up with Jealous artist Dave Buonaguidi to create a limited edition screenprint, created in the jealous print studios, available exclusively at the upcoming autumn fair. Fusing Dave’s typographic style with their fair-theme, ‘Party Like It’s 1999’, this celebratory screenprint not only marks the first fair in ‘99 but promises to pack a punch for years to come.More
Jealous Live Printing with Ben Eine at Sotheby's 'Made In Britain' Event
Celebrate the very best in the Modern and Contemporary British Art Scene at Sotheby's Late Night View.
Join us after hours to celebrate the very best in the Modern and Contemporary British Art Scene.
Soho Home Editions
Jealous have been working away behind the scenes on this new collaborative project with Soho Home Editions! Curated by Kate Bryan and printed by Jealous Print Studio, Soho Home have released a portfolio of new editions including the incredible talents of Archie Proudfoot, Paul Davies, Aimee Parrott, Danny Augustine, Scarlett Bowman, Eliza Hopewell, Jack Burton and Alice Browne.More
Ann-Marie James: ALCHEMY
Alchemy is an exhibition of beautiful contemporary artworks by Ann-Marie James.
Wessex Museums invited Ann-Marie James to delve into the collections of their four partner museums (Wiltshire Museum, Dorset County Museum, Poole Museum and The Salisbury Museum) and choose an object from each to inspire a series of artworks.
She spent a year creating the finished pieces, all in gold or white. Gold derives from the Bush Barrow Lozenge (Wiltshire Museum) and the tale of Bacchus and Midas (Poole Museum); white from the chalk that the Amesbury Archer (The Salisbury Museum) was originally found in, and the white of the Roman mosaic (Dorset County Museum).
Her techniques included drawing, painting, printmaking and gilding with 24ct gold leaf.