Sheffield-based street artist Phlegm opened his first ever gallery show at Howard Griffin Gallery in Shoreditch on Saturday, the first of February.
The Bestiary is a non-commercial exhibition arranged as a collection of his old and new characters:some presented in jars on the shelves, and some placed in the middle of action, or in their ‘natural’ habitat. Don’t miss (ends 4th March).
Photo credit by Marcus Peel.
These illustrations appear in Andrea Hejlskov’s book Og Den Store Flugt about living in the wild woods in Sweden.
Uncivilised illustrator? do get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org
Finding something wild and unexpected in the city.
Portland Road squirrel and acorn by artists Boe and Irony who paint giant urban birds and animals (raven, pigeon, magpie and fox) on the walls of North London.
Visual contributions to Dark Mountain 5 are now welcome (email@example.com). Deadline 6th January 2014.
Dark Mountain call out: We’re also looking for some great images of the four Uncivilisation Festivals for a photo retrospective in book five. If you were there in 2010-13 and caught the moment, do get in touch. firstname.lastname@example.org.
Reading and installation at the recent The Gifting by Warren Draper The Telling and The Gifting are Dark Mountain-inspired events in Doncaster, led by Warren Draper and Rachel Horne.
Dark Mountain books have so far been coloured ivory and emerald, crimson and gold, deep purple and peat brown. One colour that hasn’t appeared yet on the shelves is blue: indigo, azure, ultramarine, sky blue, ocean blue, mountain blue .…(here in primary force from an exhibition of Frans Widerberg’s luminous paintings).
Cover submissions in blue (and all other colours) for Dark Mountain 5 are now welcome. Please send to email@example.com.
Horse and Rider by Frans Widerberg. New overview on the visionary painter from Oslo out next March (SkiraRizzoli). Text by Michael Tucker and Holger Kofoed, Introduction by Frans Widerberg.
We’re in search of a great new cover for our fifth collection to be published in April. Covers can be abstract or figurative, but have to contain one essential element: a mountain!
All submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Petermann Ranges by Elton Wirri Tjungurrayi www.ngurart.com.au