An exhibition of artwork centred around canvas bags takes place at the London College of Printing from 3 December. Carry On brings together 30 designers, artists and writers from the UK and Germany including Fergus Partridge from The Farm, Anne Marr from design trend prediction house Kjaer Global and Roger Frank from OK Versand. Each contributor has been given one or several blank canvas bags with which they have produced a piece of artwork. Uli Schade’s design is pictured left and Lee Lapthorne’s creation is pictured right. The exhibition is curated by Victoria Jones.
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