Monday, 7 December 2009
I have a stall with draw-er extraordinaire Sam Rees this saturday at the Mangle Christmas sale. There will be some great stuff to buy from the likes of Peepshow, Rob Ryan, Tatty Divine and Mark Pawson.
Of course you'll be able to buys some great bits and bobs from our stall too. I'll be selling Screen prints, Lino Cut greeting cards, packs of screenprinted christmas cards, temporary tattoos, a variety of books and canvas bags. Sam will be selling his amazing books, cards, 2010 cleaning lady calendars and who knows what wonders.
We'll even be unveiling some very special tea Towels designed by Sam and I and the mighty Luke Best. Whoa!
The sale is taking place at The Tab Centre, 3 Godfrey Place, Shoreditch, London E2 7NT. Saturday 12th December 2009. 11am to 6pm and it's free to get in. See you there!
"Stuff i found (on my desk)" A compendium of various drawings and found bits and bobs found on or around my desk.
Lino Cut head printed by me onto a card. Free envelope included!
Tattoos! For people who can't make up their mind about what to have permanently drawn onto their skin.
A spread from "People I've Never Met & Conversations I've never Had." Which will be available to purchase on Saturday as is everything else seen above.
Wednesday, 9 September 2009
Holy Moly! 'People I've never met and Conversations I've never had' is the name of my first published book and my debut solo show.
The book is a 32 page hardback monograph featuring all new work and is published by the great people at Nobrow. The guys have done a great job putting it together and I'm real excited for people to see it. You will be able to buy it at their website very soon and at....
The Private view / launch on Thursday the 17th September at Concrete Hermit (5a Club Row, London, E1 6JX) from 6.30pm - 9pm.
To run alongside the launch of the book I will be exhibiting the original artworks from the book, a number of Limited edition screenprints / posters and several hundred heads. The show will be on from Wednesday 9th September to Saturday the 19th September.
I just finished putting up the show and am pretty darn pleased with the result. I'll post some pictures soon. I was helped out with the install by the Gent that is Sam Bevington who has been interning at Nobrow. He was indeed a great help as i'm pretty sure I would still be sticking Heads to the wall now.
As you can see the Launch / private view is quite a bit after the day the show opens, this is because the books are only being sent over from Belgium this coming weekend. Therefore the book will not be in the gallery / shop until at least Tuesday the 15th Sept. Fingers crossed sooner!
See you at the Launch I'll be the one smiling lots and posing next to the pictures and making sure no ones knocks anything over.
Below are some sneaky peeks at the inside of the book.
Thursday, 30 July 2009
I will be at the Alternative Press Fair this sunday 2nd August, hopefully selling (i'm still making it) a new book / zine/ specially folded piece of paper and some other bits and pieces alongside the magnificent Mr Sam and amazing Mrs Marina Rees.
It's at St Aloysius Social Club, 20 Phoenix road, London, NW1 1TA from 11-7 and it's free to enter. Come on down and pick up some lovely folded bits of paper!
Posted by Nick White at 11:43
Monday, 11 May 2009
A wee while ago I was invited to contribute to an exciting new magazine being published by an up and coming new publisher called NOBROW. The first issue of Nobrow printed in two colours and exploring the theme of Gods and Monsters showcases some brilliant artwork from some great artists and Illustrators. I got my copy last week and it really is beautifully designed and printed. It also smells amazing.
The launch party for the magazine's release is this thursday 14th May at Jaguar shoes in London town from 7pm and will exhibit large scale versions of the pages. Following that Nobrow will be available to purchase from a number of bookshops and galleries. For more info go to www.Nobrow.net
Below is Nobrow's press release for the launch!
Nobrow-JaguarShoes Press Release
To celebrate the release of our first publication ‘Gods and Monsters’ we will be exhibiting the work from the edition in large scale format at Bar and exhibition space; DreamBagsJaguarShoes.
Private View: Thursday 14th May, 2009
Exhibition: 15th May – 28th June 2009
32 Kingsland Road, E2.
Nobrow Issue 1: Gods & Monsters. Printed in two spot colours in a limited edition of 3000 numbered copies it gives a high quality platform to artists and illustrators both new and established. The diverse contributors were hand picked for their unique styles and all were invited to generate work based on the theme. Some are up and coming, others are plucked from unexpected places, all are talented.
Contributors are: Dave Taylor, Alex Spiro, Sam Arthur, Jordan Crane, Emiliano Ponzi, A. Richard Allen, Jens Harder, Reuben Rude, Benjamin Guedel, Eda Akaltun, Matthieu Bessudo, Caspar Williamson, Toby Leigh, Alex Bland, Ben Newman, Nick White, Stuart Kolakovic, Sarah King, Leah Hayes, Paul Blow, Bjorn Rune Lie, Brett Ryder , Carl Johanson and Blexbolex.
It will be available for the super special intro price of £9.00 in the following shops from the 15th May: Magma (Clerkenwell & Manchester branches), ICA, Gosh Comics, Beyond The Valley, Whitechapel Art Gallery, Koenig Books, Camden Arts Centre, Arnolfini Gallery, Here Gallery, Soma and many, many more...
Thursday, 23 April 2009
I am involved with a great exhibition with three other great drawers / Illustrators which is opening next week at The Flea Pit on Columbia Rd, London. The exhibition is on until 24th May and the private view is this Tuesday from 6.30 - 10.00. Come on down and say Hello. The excellently designed website www.Vincent-Steinbeck.com has some links to the other artists and venue.
See you there!
See you there!
Wednesday, 4 February 2009
I haven't posted anything up here for a while so here is a bumper load of bits and pieces. Above is one of the screen prints mentioned in the post below for sale also mentioned below over at my website. The print is B2 sized (500mm X 707mm) and as can be deduced from the picture it is printed in red and black.
These two heads were drawn a few months ago and have been staring each other out above my desk in my studio. So far i think the one on left is winning. They were drawn on B2 sized paper with a nice big graphite stick.
Over Christmas as is the done thing for creative people and those with no money I made some christmas presents for me friends and family including these rather fetching canvas bags. Let me know if you would like to buy one of these and I will do my utmost to make you one.