Gold leaf and acrylic on paper. Approx 40 x 40cm
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Tagged acrylic, fluo, fluoro, fox, gold leaf, gurkin, London, renard, Somerset, urban fox
I’ve just received a package with the work I did for Asuka Ohsawa‘s letter press trading cards collaborative project: Bunny In Space. Brooklyn based Asuka invited international artists to design each card (4.5 X 3.25 in.), and the card narratives were constructed in the manner of Exquisite Corpse. The original images and texts were hand-printed via letterpress from polymer plates on 2-ply museum board by Asuka. Each set comes with its own cool hand-folded paper case and homemade bubble gum. All this in a super limited edition of 40. How nice is that?
If you are in New York, the set of cards is currently exhibited at The Center For Book Arts as part of the Featured Artist Project: 2012 Workspace Artists in Residence
The show will be up until June 29th.
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Tagged artist project, arts, asuka ohsawa, Brooklyn, bubble gum, bunny in space, center for book arts, exquisite corpse, illustration, letter press, New York, rabbit illustration, trading cards
My work for the Beermat character London show curated by Inkygoodness is now available online.
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Tagged acrylic, arts, exhibition, float frame, framed work, illustration, london show, original, pied piper of hamelin
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Tagged architecture, art exhibition, arts, ben oakley gallery, BOG, Cutty Sark, ema, exposition, Florence Blanchard, gold leaf, greenwich, jo peel, London, photography, photos, royal observatory, Somerset
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Tagged a3, auto, car painting, Chevrolet 1956, chevy, Chevy 56, gold leaf, Miami, painting, progress shots, pyke, Pyke Bros, Pyke Brothers, work in progress, Wynwood
Starting next month (April 18) is my new exhibition in collaboration with british artist Jo Peel at Ben Oakley gallery 9 Turnpin Lane, Greenwich Market London SE10. If you are in town please come by! x
FLUX – a new exhibition by Jo Peel and Florence Blanchard – features visions of despairing urban landmarks and aims to warn us about the imminent loss of ‘taken for granted’ urban icons of our current society. Peel looks at the high street, its days numbered as stalwarts of our cultural landscape are closed down and re-imagined to service the changing needs of our society, while Blanchard imagines the cities of tomorrow with a twist of surrealism and humour. Both artists will show new works on canvas and paper.
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Tagged architecture, arts, Ben Oakley, canvas and paper, ema, Flux, greenwich market, illustration, jo peel, London, urban landmarks