Jo Peel at Pitfield London

Pitfield London’s edgiest exhibition to date sees street artist Jo Peel transform the gallery space into an enclave of graphic gritty illustrations, with flecks of youthful neon.

Bringing the diversity and ever-changing nature of East London indoors, Jo Peel’s exhibition will greet viewers with a stark black and white mural on the rear wall.

Collaborative products fuse shop and gallery space. Jo’s quirky architectural drawing of North Kensignton's Trellick Tower is expanded on striking monochrome wallpaper. The beautifully detailed tower drawing is also used on curved lampshades in heavy dupion silk.

For an injection of colour, luxurious square cushions are available. Three limited edition designs have been created, featuring Pitfield London’s exterior, Brick Lane’s Beigel Bake and the Tea Building on Shoreditch High Street. For an inexpensive memento, Pitfield London have produced a tea towel with the artist, displaying their concept store with trademark scroll logo in punchy neon pink.

18th October - 20th November
Private view event 23rd October
Pitfield London, 31 – 35 Pitfield Street, London, N1 6HB


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