The London Illustration Fair 2016
Launch Party: 6pm - 9pm 1 December 2016
Show Dates: 2-4 December 2016
Returning to the Southbank for its fourth year, The London Illustration Fair 2016 will bring together over 65 of the world’s hottest emerging illustrators, designers, print makers and publishers for a three-day illustration extravaganza.
Taking place at the Bargehouse - OXO Tower Wharf, a four-storey warehouse on the Southbank, The London Illustration Fair 2016 will showcase the work of 26 emerging creatives, selected by an esteemed panel of industry experts. Exhibiting alongside the selected artists will be an awe-inspiring line-up of The London Illustration Fair’s all-time favourite publishing houses, creative agencies, illustration collectives, print studios, galleries, crafty businesses and animation studios. Expect pop-up
appearances from 3rd Rail, A Two Pipe Problem, Cool Machine, Dog & Rabbit, East End Print, Hato Press, Illustrious, Laurence King Publishing, Of Cabbages and Kings, Origami Est, Outline Editions, The Doodle Man, Wide Eyes Editions plus many more.
Featured artists Kristjana S Williams, Guido Iafigliola and Jonny Wan will be exhibiting a selection of their newest prints and unveiling exclusive installations, collaborations and performances. Marvel at Kristjana S Williams’ 3-dimensional collage in the Bargehouse entrance and check out Jonny Wan’s one-off mural collaboration with animation studio Dog & Rabbit.
Floor 4 will overtaken with art performances and instillations and additional festivities include a jam-packed programme of ‘get stuck in’ workshops for all ages and abilities, DJs and a fully stocked winter-warming bar! Check out the website for further details.
Current Show - Martin Mossop
1-30 November 2016
At the beginning of the month we hung our latest exhibition of artist's work. Martin Mossop of Copperleaf Print's hand tinted polymer etchings will be on the wall until the end of the month. From Turbine Hall and Gas Towers to the summer bathers at the lido, Martin's work features iconic London scenes in ethereal moody colours.