Monday, 11 May 2009

Nobrow Magazine 'Gods and Monsters'

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

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...

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