On thursday 12th we will be exhibiting at Flaxon Ptootch Gallery in Kentish Town.
The show is up for a few weeks but the opening nights promises to be a big one with cocktails DJ’s and also a bit of art work!!!
Get in contact for any info: firstname.lastname@example.org
See you there!!!
Grand opening 7pm – Thursday 12 July. Exhibition then runs until 7 August 2012.
Hand cut paper stencil map of North/East London by Olivia Brotheridge www.obrotheridge.co.uk
Venue: Flaxon Ptootch, 237 Kentish Town Road
Kentish Town, London NW5 2JT
Phone: 020 7267 5323
The sun is shining, the birds are singing, the mister whippy’s whipping and our exhibition TIME at Fringe Arts Bath is in full swing. The members of Paper Jukebox made their way in scorching heat to the venue in the centre of the city for a somewhat hectic (and very hot) day of hanging, nailing, painting, sweeping, measuring, climbing, cleaning, hammering, framing- well, you get the idea.
Everyone in the collective has produced new work for the show and it was possibly more exciting to see our latest pieces as much it as was each other!
After getting everything done it was then time to spruce ourselves up for the private view. We’ve also been doing some live printmaking in the venue to make the process more of a spectacle and less of a mystery.
The exhibition is open until 9th June as part of the fringe festival. It will be open late (until 9pm) on Friday 1st June as part of the festivities, or between 10am-6pm every other day (including Sundays!) at The Old Officer’s Club, Stall Steet, Bath—right opposite the Roman Baths, so you can do some sightseeing, too. Come and check it out!
Paper Jukebox have been approached by the guys at Print Club London to produce a limited edition screen printed body of work… which will be exhibited soon.
We have our own Finn O’Brien screen printing the whole series… currently at the half way through stage and it is shaping up to be a very exciting exhibition.
Finn O’Brien: “Some of the work translates naturally to being screen printed like Olivia’s work and my own, but Lucy and Lauren’s drawing bring a new dimension to the print collection which is fresh to see”.
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Recently i’ve been looking into elements of sport psychology, and the mental preparation athletes go through when preparing for their big moment…
A2, Pencil on Screenprint.
Decided I was sick of Twilght werewolves, so thought id create my own… I think we can all agree, that if my werewolf were to come into contact with a Twilght one, that mine would win, then impregnate it, and then patiently wait 9 months to eat both the mother and newborn cub…
Check out Becky’s featured illustration in Noctis Magazine http://www.noctismag.com/ based on the decadence of make-up trends this season!