Friday, 25 April 2014

Friday 25th April: "Eye In The Sky" by Jim Stoten at Jaguar Shoes

"Eye In The Sky" by Jim Stoten at DreamBagsJaguarShoes focuses on flying creatures and machines via one unique illustration blown up and wall-papered on the walls, 360 degrees around of the space.  Aeroplanes suspend from the ceiling with miniature versions to pick up, alongside holographic glasses to put on and view the images thru UV lighting to make the psychedelic sketches even more trippy!  In conjunction with the exhibition there are costume making workshops and live music events - see more details here.
32-34 Kingsland Road, London, E2 8AA
April 24th til July 20th

Friday 25th April: Lazy Oaf X Garfield

Last evening Lazy Oaf launched thier latest collection - a collaboration with Jim Davis' Garfield.  I'm in love with the "Cats Can Swim" body suit which to all intents and purposes is usually a sexy slinky garm; but this one has a smarmy, cynical Garfield grimace across it - too cute!  Rosy Nicholas headed up the set design of the installation having been on board to create the look book and film.   Here she is wearing my other favourite item from the collection, the pink high-wasted trousers with a print of a Pharaoh style Garfield.  It's ALL lush, go take a look over on the site which went live today.
Shout out to Breakfast Club for the complimentary cat themed cocktails - milky whisker-likin White Russians.

Thursday, 24 April 2014

Thursday 24th April: Pick Me Up 2014 at Somerset House

Here are my highlights from this year's Pick Me Up graphic design / illustration showcase at Somerset House.  It's an annual collection of artist's work exhibited to purchase alongside interactive workshop stations and events for anyone to get involved and get crafty!  Find out more details on the schedule here and book up here!  Listen to their live radio here!

24 April – 5 May 2014
Open daily 10.00 – 18.00 (Last admission 17.15)
Late night Thursdays and Fridays until 22.00 (Last admission 21.15)

Embankment Galleries, South Wing

(I have tried to credit where possible but have left some pieces blank as it was such a mammoth show, I couldn't find everything annotated - please leave a comment if you can point one out)