Monday, 18 November 2013

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<

Wednesday, 6 November 2013

LE GUN go colour for show in london 12th dec at Daniel Blau ltd hoxton square london

Yesterday le gun artist meet up and spent a few hours working on a group painting in colour.we made a large colour painting and will be trying out new colour work for show on the 12th dec at Daniel Blau ltd hoxton square london watch this space xox

Monday, 4 November 2013

Print of the Colony Room toilet dean street soho lost in time Robert Rubbish's depiction of the Colony Room toilet. A sacred room that no longer exists, only in the blurred memories of so many who passed through the club and spent time in its infamous khazi. The Colony Room 1948 to 2008. Also appeared in LE GUN: Issue 5 Archival Giclee print on Aquarelle Rag paper Signed and numbered by the artist Limited edition of 250 A3: 420mm x 297mm — at Dean Street Soho

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