James Dawe’s Friday Late illustrated type poster/ad for the V&A Following on from OPEN’s own successful Mystical Kebab workshop at the V&A, we were asked to design the poster-ads for the next 11 Friday Lates and James’ was the first to be used. Featured in August 27th issue of Time Out with 10 more designs [...]
Toby Triumph has updated his website with work for Virgin Media, WIRED, Stylist Magazine, The Hollywood Reporter and lots more. Have a peek! http://tobytriumph.co.uk/
Not For Rental Showing 4 July – 13 July 2013 71a Gallery, London EC2A 4QS Open Mon – Sun. 10am – 6:30pm Damien has an original drawing showing at Not For Rental, a movie-inspired charity exhibition in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support and Art Against Knives. More info and a gloriously/insanely long list of the [...]
A massive mega update from Tane on his website – www.tanewilliams.com
Ping has gathered together three or four Noah’s ark’s worth of wonderful creatures and just as wonderful characters for her new website – www.pingszoo.com
Damien has created this fun little three panel comic for Jealous Gallery.
Open are delighted to be joined for the month of June by the super talented illustration and animation wizard Lesley Barnes. Originally from Glasgow she has come to London to see if the streets are actually paved with gold. Lesley likes to tell colourful, magical stories with both her illustration and moving image work. Her [...]
Wednesday 19 June 2013 Please send this around to any friends who would be interested. We highly suggest booking in advance at firstname.lastname@example.org as there are limited spaces available. It should be great fun!
New work from Sebas and Clim. The animation duo have created an identity and intro sequence for BBC World series My City, exploring the concept of “moving forward” and discovering places through an abstract world all unfolding in a living postage stamp. Go to sebasandclim.com to see the whole intro sequence.
This week it is with a heavy heart that Open bids farewell to studio member and illustrator extraordinaire Robert Hunter. In the two years that Rob has been resident in the space he has worked on a range of truly exciting projects including a book with Maccabee’s front man Orlando Weeks and a colossal twelve [...]
Ciara Phelan has just updated her website with a series of new projects both personal and commissioned. She has been experimenting with lots of botanical inspired work from greek goddesses to glamour fashion models, above is a quick taster but feel free to visit her website for more information.
super/collider’s new project documents their 2012 expedition to Sweden, which saw artists, astronomers, filmmakers, photographers, choreographers and curators converging in the remote wilderness of northern Sweden to witness a once-in-a-lifetime astronomical event: the Transit of Venus.
Tane tells the story of Sally (the slightly overworked but encouragingly happy) Smile for wonderful kids mag Anorak.
It’s Nice That have posted a feature on OPEN’s super prolific Ping Zhu – www.itsnicethat.com/articles/updates-from-ping-zhu
Ryan’s first solo show, Non Fun Intended will launch at Kemistry Gallery next month showcasing a selection of entirely new work including prints, originals and bespoke objects. http://us1.campaign-archive2.com/?u=cfa28d1a76d5e76b85f4fe52c&id=8df7fa818d
Masters of all things moving Sebas and Clim have just released their fist reel and it’s full of the bold colours, simple, smart thinking and beautifully crafted visuals that you would expect.