Over the last few years they have completed several large commercial commissions based on this style of work and they continue to push their collaboration style in new ways. This show promises a fresh take on their work together, including abstracted letterforms and contemporary figurative illustration.
Graffiti is a game of egos, writing on walls, getting by and making do. THRIFTYEGOS is an anagram of FORTYEIGHTS their crew name that is an anagram of TOYFIGHTERS.
The exhibition opens Thursday 3rd September 2015 at Proof London and runs at the space until the 27th October.
PROOF London, 26 Cheshire Street, London - E2 6EH
Luxury Goods is focused on a continuing fascination with the pound shop, the seemingly unattainable and the place Anna calls home - London.
The show explores ideas around material, replacing the authentic with the fake, the enduring with the disposable and the line between mass production and the limited edition resulting in a new body of work involving uncomfortable pairings, glossy finishes, bright lights, with a sense of nostalgia and a longing for fantasy objects. Expect neon, prints, holograms, terrazzo marble, brass and much much more.
Join them at the exhibition launch party this Thursday, 3rd September, 7-9pm.
Refreshments on the night provided by Wray & Nephew, white overproof rum cocktails served in Anna Lomax hand carved baby watermelons adorned with logos.
Luxury Goods is part of the London Design Festival, ICON Design Trail and Shoreditch Design Triangle.
KK Outlet - 42 HOXTON SQUARE, LONDON, N1 6PB
Check out this commercial advertising Banksy's Dismaland, "a festival of art, amusements and entry-level anarchism."
Open everyday from 22nd August – 27th September 2015. 11am – 11pm.
Free for the under 5’s. £3 on the door (limited availability), or visit the ticket page and book a time slot for guaranteed entry.
Dismaland is situated on the seafront in legendary Weston-super-Mare and is easily accessible by train, bus and road. Marine Parade BS23 1BE.
Yeff celebrates this hidden world with a series of nocturnal discoveries and their manifestations.
Late Nights Early Mornings is the first multimedia exhibition at House of Vans devoted to artistic works born after dark. The unique collection explores the profound relationship between inspiration and seclusion, creativity and obscurity, and fragility with measures of time.
Lining the venue’s subterranean halls, visitors will encounter an eclectic mixture of giant origami, sleep-themed sculpture, fine art and sensory works.
Yeff will celebrate with two live performances: a talk partnered with an exclusive showing of his evocative audio installation, ‘The Heart Collection’ - an album of recorded heartbeats which produces a bizarre and surprising effect on listeners, and a portion of his “Reeps One AV” show. This exclusive performance will take place in House of Vans 100-seat Cinema space.
House of Vans will host a private view on Thursday 27th August 2015.
Exhibition runs from Thursday 27th August until the 13th September.
Following the success of his New York debut Artist/Creator Phil Davison has returned to London to showcase his X-quisite original art.
Davison reinterprets visual media with needle and thread, modernizing cross-stitch by synthesizing popular culture and street art with the traditional craft. Hailed as the “Banksy of Cross Stitch” by Time Out New York Magazine and the “Hitchcock of Cross Stitch” by Libby Purves (BBC radio 4) Davison has received international acclaim for his work.
A former fashion couture pattern cutter and Amazon.com best selling author of Twisted Stitches: 30 Corrupt Cross Stitch & Embroidery Designs, Phil Davison is putting his X on the London Art scene.
DATE: Opens 13/08/2015...
LOCATION: The Rag Factory, 16-18 Heneage Street, E1 5LJ London.