Some seasonal levity will be brought to London’s Berwick Street in Soho when Outline Editions unveils a series of spring themed graphic art commissions at its temporary gallery HQ.
New work by Anthony Burrill, Kate Moross and David Foldvari will be hung and Burrill is creating a window display for the exhibition The Joys of Spring which Outline Editions is billing as ‘gloom busting.’ It will cover both windows as a vinyl application.
The work of celebrated graphic artists Noma Bar known for his pictogram distortion of familiar images, and Klaus Haapaniemi will feature. Haapaniemi is best known for a folk fantasy style which has seen his work applied to textiles for brands including Diesel and Levis.
Spring is a ‘loose theme which is open to broad interpretation’ according to Outline Editions co-founder Camilla Parsons who says, ‘The artists are used to a hard commercial brief but this gives them more scope to explore their own style.’
The Joys of Spring runs from 4 March- 9 April from 12.00pm to 6.30pm at 94 Berwick Street, London W1F.