Sunday, 30 March 2014

think more positive new print by robert rubbish www.robertrubbish.com

Hello the internet heres my new print its a remix of the Drink More Gin print its the Think more positive print it comes in yellow pink and green and is a screen print A2 edition of 500 £50 from www.robertrubbish.com

Thursday, 13 March 2014

WHO'S THAT GIRL? 5pm 17th March @NTSlive

WHO'S THAT GIRL? 5pm 17th March SUPER SPECIAL SHOW Aurally & Mind blowingly Co-Curated by Artist Robert Rubbish the Surrealist Joke Shop Occultist of art collective LE GUN "LONDON IS A WOMAN" Come join us on a voyage of our city to hear that she is our Mother Lover Tune In! www.ntslive.co.uk

Sunday, 23 February 2014

LE GUN ART SCHOOL AT THE RED GALLERY SAT 22ND FEB

Thanks for all the wonderful people who came and took part in the the LE GUN art school random factor cut up work shop.it was a lot of fun and some great work was made.We are planing to do some more work shops and to have a show of work produced.so watch the internet for more info best wishes robert xox vist www.legunshop.com

Tuesday, 11 February 2014

LE GUN ART SCHOOL AT TE RED GALLERY SATURDAY 22ND FEB WWW.LEGUNSHOP.COM

" I need only to brush shoulders with the artists of Le Gun to be imbued with the elixir of life, which is so vital that it makes my hair stand on end, metaphorically speaking of course, as i am bald." Andrzej Klimowski, Professor of Illustration, the Royal College of Art LE GUN work together on each drawing they make, creating idiosyncratic imagery which blends a punk, occult, pop and surrealist aesthetic. Established in 2004, LE GUN is a group consisting of five artist illustrators (Bill Bragg, Chris Bianchi, Neal Fox, Robert Rubbish, and Steph von Reiswitz) and two designers (Alex Wright and Matt Appleton) who met at London’s Royal College of Art. As well as being the producers of their cult self-titled magazine, the group are internationally recognised for their enigmatic installations, design projects and art shows. Most recently they built a shamanic ambulance pulled by urban foxes for the exhibition Memory Palace at the Victoria and Albert museum. The particular style they have developed, in which the sum is greater than the parts, is what makes LE GUN’s group aesthetic so distinctive. Their independent graphic art publication provides a common ground for both emerging and established artists, illustrators, writers and poets. Now for the first time Le Gun are opening the doors on their creative process...watch a lecture on the work of Le Gun and the theme of the session and then spend the day working with the artists on large scale collaborative drawings in an informal and fun atmosphere. In our first workshop RANDOM FACTOR we will be generating ideas using the cut up technique explored by the Dadaists, William Burroughs and David Bowie, using chance combinations of location, character, object and scenario. What you get: one to one tuition with professional artist/illustrators the opportunity to meet and collaborate with like minded people techniques and processes that can be brought into your own working practice in depth critique and feedback LE GUN ART SCHOOL One day workshops with the artists from Le Gun at Red Gallery. Day 1: RANDOM FACTOR Saturday 22nd February 10 AM to 5.30 PM 10.15 to 11 AM Lecture about Le Gun and brief for the day 11 - 1 PM Collaborative drawing 1-2 PM Lunch (not included) 2 -4.30 Collaborative drawing 4.30 - 5.30- Feedback and refreshments Tickets £35 20 places available at LE GUN shop www.legunshop.com

Tuesday, 4 February 2014

Le Gun talk 5th Feb tomorrow 7pm at space is deep show 51 hoxton square

Artist talk! Toby Amies will be grilling LE GUN (aka LeGun London) Paxman style next Wednesday - about ink, the universe and everything - wed 5th feb, 7pm, 51 Hoxton Sq. Come and say hi, bring your own booze and impertinent questions xx

Saturday, 7 December 2013

le gun space is deep show 12 dec Daniel Blau ltd hoxton square #spaceisdeep

It does not feel, it does not die, space is neither truth nor lie Into the void we have to travel, to find the clue which will unravel Is this the reason deep in our minds Hawkwind, 1972 This exhibition sees the collective imagination of LE GUN venture into new territory as the group’s collaborative artwork moves from black and white into technicolor. LE GUN work together on each drawing they make, creating idiosyncratic imagery which blends a punk, occult, pop and surrealist aesthetic. Established in 2004, LE GUN is a group consisting of five artist illustrators (Bill Bragg, Chris Bianchi, Neal Fox, Robert Rubbish, and Steph von Reiswitz) and two designers (Alex Wright and Matt Appleton) who met at London’s Royal College of Art. As well as being the producers of their cult self-titled magazine, the group are internationally recognised for their enigmatic installations, design projects and art shows. Most recently they built a shamanic ambulance pulled by urban foxes for the exhibition Memory Palace at the Victoria and Albert museum. The particular style they have developed, in which the sum is greater than the parts, is what makes LE GUN’s group aesthetic so distinctive. Their independent graphic art publication provides a common ground for both emerging and established artists, illustrators, writers and poets, and this show also features a group of artists who have regularly featured in its pages, alongside the work of the LE GUN collective. Exhibition opening: Thursday December 12th, 6-8pm

Monday, 18 November 2013

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To London with Love Vol. II is an exhibition of postcard size artwork by artists, illustrators and designers with a special link to London. The project, now in its second year, sees Robert Rubbish from the collective LE GUN once again taking the reigns. This year, he is joined by curator and commissioner, Ligaya Salazar, and curator and founder of Material, Lucy Payne. All three have handpicked a diverse selection of artists, designers and illustrators including Ryan Todd, Jon Gray, Nova Dando, Alexis Deacon, Poppy Chancellor, Kyle Platts and of course Robert Rubbish, Bill Bragg, Neal Fox and Stephanie von Reiswitz of the LE GUN collective. Each artist was sent up to 10 blank postcards on which to create original artwork in any medium around the theme of the exhibition: To London With Love. All the postcard-sized artworks are priced at just £10 to enable visitors to buy original works of art at an affordable price. In addition, a selection of around 20 of the works have been chosen to be made into an edited selection of digitally printed postcards also available to buy. 6th - 21st December 2013 at Material 3 Rivington Street London EC2A 3DT Opening Party Thursday 5th December 2013 6-9pm<

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