Love might not be the first thing on your mind today what with below zero temperatures and tube strikes for those of us in London. But if you’re interested in swapping your Bah Humbug hat for a altogether more snugly one, then a pop-up exhibition in central London this week may well warm your cockles.
The show, Love in the Forest, will feature limited-edition prints on the theme of love, commissioned by graphic art online gallery Outline Editions.
It’s the gallery’s second show (the first was reviewed by Design Week here) and will include specially commissioned work from designers and illustrators, including Anthony Burrill, James Joyce, DW cover star Kate Moross, David Foldvari and trendy Carnaby Street collective Beyond the Valley.
As well as the prints, there will be a t-shirts, books and vinyl products created by its exhibitors. With prices starting at £15 and rising up to a decent £185, it might be a good place to pick up some Christmas presents as well as sheltering from the cold.
Love in the Forest runs from 2 December – 31 January at 94 Berwick St, London W1F 0QF.