Andrew Rae has designed flyers (example pictured), invitations and a mural for a month-long exhibition, The Future Starts Here. Featuring work by illustrators and designers such as Orko, Kim Jones, Bert Industries and the Peepshow Collective, the exhibition encompasses 3D work, canvases, projections and the wall-size mural by Rae. The Future Starts Here celebrates club night Perverted Science’s 4th birthday, and is supported by watch manufacturer G-Shock. It runs from 21 March to 17 April at bar/gallery Dreambagsjaguarshoes in Hoxton, London N1.
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