Holly Johnson told us to ‘Relax’ in the Eighties when he was lead singer of the band Frankie Goes To Hollywood. Now he’s come over all artistic with his first one-man show, The House of Holly. The show includes a commission from Absolut vodka, Johnson’s own interpretation of its famous bottle, and this cute result may be used by Absolut to raise money for charity. Johnson follows a trail of Absolut artists kicked off by Andy Warhol in 1985. His exhibition is at The Gallery, 28 Cork Street, London W1, and finishes on 23 March, so get your skates on if you fancy it.
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