The exhibition focuses on the depiction of leading figures from the past and present who have somehow shaped the world in which we live. Alongside such revered icons as Nelson Mandela, Mahatma Gandhi and Abraham Lincoln, Hewett also portrays such infamous persona as Adolf Hitler, Josef Stalin and Osama bin Laden. Untitled presents these figures through a markedly honest, unbiased lens; any judgement on them is made by the viewer. Whilst the paintings are loaded and complex, Hewett does not prescribe his works with a political message, and this is reflected in the exhibition’s title.
Private View: Thursday 23rd April, 6-9pm
Exhibitions runs: 24rd April – 24th May 2015
@Flavormag who will be releasing a number of clues, beginning with a map clue with an X where the treasure can be found. Keep an eye on their twitter feed and get searching!
Who doesn't love a good treasure hunt....especially when the prize is two pairs of trainers. To mark the launch of the PUMA Trinomic XT1s, JD Sports have teamed up with PUMA and five influential magazines and are holding a treasure hunt event around the UK and beyond with the first one taking place in London today the 18th of March. They have placed an empty premium trainer storage Krate somewhere in the streets of London and the lucky person to find it will win two pairs of the Puma XT1 trainers as well as the premium trainer storage Krate.
Other cities taking part in X Marks the Spot include:
London: @Flavourmag — 18th March 2015
Bristol: @Wordplaymag — 20th March 2015
Manchester: @Fluxmagazine — 22nd March 2015
Liverpool: @Halcyonmag — 24th March 2015
New York: @ComplexMag— 26th March 2015
If you’re the lucky person to find the JD x Puma Krate first, snap a selfie of yourself with the treasure and upload it to Twitter, Be sure to tag your city magazine from the list above as well as tagging @JDSportsfashion and with the hashtag #JDXPUMA to claim your prize of both colour ways of the PPUMA Trinomic XT1s in your size.
The PUMA Trinomic XT1s are available to buy exclusively from JD Sports website here.
For nearly a decade, Huck has roamed the globe documenting counterculture as it unfolds, seeking out freethinkers. Paddle Against The Flow collects insights on how to live a creative life from influential indie stars. Nas on language, Cat Power on looking inward, Spike Jonze on loving what you do, and Kim Gordon on feeling the flow. They are just some of the 60 doers and creators who share a diverse range of truths, creative wisdom, and life lessons from those who paddle against the flow.
FEATURING: Douglas Coupland, Dave Eggers, Spike Jonze, Miranda July, Mark Gonzales, MIA, Nas, Beck, Kim Gordon, Pharrell Williams, Mos Def, Sofia Coppola, Judd Apatow, Ai Weiwei, Beastie Boys and many more.
Join Huck for the Paddle Against the Flow launch party at Huck’s 71a Gallery, Leonard Street, London EC2A 4QS, on Thursday March 19, 6-9 pm.
Tickets are fee, all you have to do is RSVP here. Drinks will be provided by Blind Pig Premium Cider and the launch is supported by Chronicle Books, San Francisco.
Pin badges – are a great vehicle for artwork: that smooth enamel paint and the tough, hard-wearing grooves of the steel make them feel, as well as look, great.
You don’t need to be too precious with them – you can chuck them around, they can end up in the wash and they are still as good as new. They’re pretty cheap to manufacture, and they probably have a bigger audience than a print: everyone loves them. Old people. Kids. You can even get your dog to rock one on his collar.
Perhaps they’re booming now though, as, like Emojis, they can quickly gratify your personality. They start conversations. They illustrate your emotions: looking to expose your inner goth? Try Bruised Chin’s Ouija pin. Explorer’s Press’s Sensitive Artist goes out to their pin-making peers. Lazy Oaf’s So Broke speaks for itself… they’re conversation starters.
‘Pin-O-Rama’, opening April 2nd 2015 at Beach London, will be an exhibition of recent pin-badge designs by a variety of artists, designers and companies.
Featuring pins by Goodhood, Lazy Oaf, Gasius, Carl Partridge, Enamel Chin, Depop, Heresy, Catalogue Library, Bruised Chin, Malarky, 45RPM, Valley Cruise Press, Explorer’s Press, Miscellaneous Adventures and many more.
Beach London, 20 Cheshire Street, London E2
A little late on this, but it is still a great video so check this stop motion by artist Giacomo Bufarini, aka RUN - from this Parabola di G exhibition at Howard Griffin Gallery.
Parabola di G was an exhibition made in 2014 at the Howard Griffin Gallery London, a site specific show created entirely using paper and black paint. It took 1 month to build and only 2 days to destroy. The artists and the gallery documented the destruction, thus creating an artwork in itself. This video is the outcome of this work.