James Joyce Exhibition at Kemistry
We featured designer and illustrator James Joyce as One To Watch back in our October 2006 issue, shortly after he'd set up his own studio, One Fine Day. Since then Joyce has been inundated with commissions for clients including Cadburys, Orange, Carhartt, Howies, Penguin books, Wallpaper*, Wonderland, The New York Times and (ahem) leading monthly communication arts journal, Creative Review.
Drawings And Other Objects opens at London's Kemistry Gallery later this week and is Joyce's first solo gallery exhibition. It will showcase a selection of personal and commissioned images – a selection of which will be available as screenprints in numbered editions of 25.
James Joyce, Drawings and Other Objects runs from 2 May through to 14 June at Kemistry Gallery, 43 Charlotte Road, London EC2A 3PD
See more of Joyce's work at one-fine-day.co.uk
Well done joycey!
Absolutely magic, I just can't decide which one to buy as they're all bloody brill?
Hi. I saw some of your artwork on the web and love your pieces. Your typography work are great. My name's Phuong Le, and I have a t-shirt company here in America, called, Elephant N' Friends. We're a t-shirt company that consists a collective of artists. We love your line work. Right now we have designers from Thailand, America, UK, South America and Italy but are still out trying to gather a group to showcase for our opening in the Spring of 2009.
We'd love to have your work as a part of our Spring line. We especially love your illustration designs. I've attached the one we love. We could even use the existing artwork if you want. I especially love the
"oh me oh my" and "this and that" pieces. I hope to hear from you soon,We see a lot of potential to see what we're both capable of doing and would really to make some great tees. Can you please shoot me an e-mail and let me know if you're interested?
Elephant N' Friends
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