Nychos brings a very cool-looking show from Austria to London...one not to be missed!
Pure Evil Gallery
108 Leonard st
London EC2A 4RH
Tonight is SPQR's first solo show in London. The show is called 'Monochromatic Shades' and features a set of brilliant new stencil based pieces.
96a Curtain Road, Hoxton, London, EC2A 3AA
Electric Blue Gallery had gathered celebrated artists from the UK and Paris, to each make over an entire street in their inimitable style, creating an unprecedented outdoor gallery only visible at night.
Opening with a private view this Thursday 16 September, the evening will be showcasing Eine, D*Face, Zevs, Zajko, Goodall and Cezar, and include live performances from Eine, D*Face and Zevs, drinks and some of the most exciting music acts on the scene.
Electric Blue Gallery | 64 Middlesex Street | London E1 7EZ
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Tonight, ARTCRANK is launching London’s first bicycle poster show at Look Mum No Hands on Old Street.
The outfit is bringing together cycling as the most accessible way to get around cities and poster art as the most accessible art form. From 7pm on Friday and on Saturday afternoon (17th & 18th September), ARTCRANK will feature original artwork by UK artists.
Look Mum, No Hands
49 Old Street
London EC1V 9HX
17 September — 30 October
Kemistry Gallery is celebrating the work of legendary designer Lou Dorfsman, art director for the CBS network.
The exhibition will centres on his most notable creation, the 11-metre wide handmade wooden typographic wall that he named Gastrotypographicalassemblage. Created during an era when designers were both artisans and well-trained communicators, the wall is the largest modern typographic artefact in existence, described by Michael Bierut as ‘an irreplaceable piece of design history.’ With custom type created by Herb Lubalin and Tom Carnase, the wall contains almost 1500 individual characters.
Kemistry gallery —
43 Charlotte Road, Shoreditch
London EC2A 3PD
This one is part of the London Design Festival; Alex Marshall and Jordy Bear have their debut exhibition, 'First Blood!' 21st September...