So we are revving up for the next big exhibition at Nobrow Shop and Gallery and thought we’d give you all a decent heads up of what’s to come… Artists Matthew the Horse and Jon Boam are galloping south this summer to show their collective brilliance at Nobrow Shop/Gallery! A collection of the insane and absurd, humorous and horrific, the Dynamic Duo will be sure not to disappoint. With original paintings, screen prints, digital work and 3D pieces, the show will be an explosion of colour and craftsmanship to make your eyes bleed with joy! if such a thing is possible… I will posting more deets as we come closer to the show, earmark your calendars and keep your eyes glued to the Facebook page for updates and pics. The show will be up from July 22nd to 23rd of September @ Nobrow Shop and Gallery, 62 Great Eastern Street, EC2A 3QR, London. Private view is from 6:30pm to 9:30pm on the 22nd of July, the usual free booze and merry making applies. Hope to see you there!
Hello all, we are starting a series of Process Talks soon at our HQ in 62 Great Eastern street. The first talk will be given by Heart agency artist Nick White, who will also be signing his book People I’ve Never Met… at the event.
The aim of the series of talks is for artists to speak through their creative process, from sketchbook to final artwork, to getting the work out into the big bad world for the benefit of fledgling illustrators, students and aficionados. Nick has years of experience working as an illustrator for a range of clients including TimeOut London, Plan B, World of Interiors, Cent. magazine and the LA Times, and is also the author and artist behind Nobrow’s ‘People I’ve Never Met and Conversations I’ve Never Had’. The talk will start at 6.30 pm on Thursday 24th of June, don’t miss your opportunity to hear what I’m sure will be a great talk and feel free to bring friends, we’ll fit as many people as we can. For details and to RSVP got to our Facebook page.
Our new gallery space and shop is now open! The private view of our first exhibition (Dungeons & Desktops) features the work of the amazingly talented Jack Teagle. It goes without saying the night was a roaring success and much fun was had by all! More images to follow.