Mill Co's Co-operative exhibition
For its third annual exhibition, Creative agency Mill Co has once again teamed up with a sponsor and tasked a selection of image makers to create new work. This year it has teamed up with The Co-operative and the brief to the 25 contributing artists was 'Co-operation'…
Here are a selection of images
Many Hands by Claire Scully
by Toby Stevens
Working Together by Tom Frost
This piece by David Hazell of Curious Projects "looks at the creation of new colours through the co-operation of coloured blocks".
Above, TwoSomes by Patrick Fry and Tom Willis is, they say, "a series of prints bringing together similar sounding words that, when all said and done, are worlds apart. A contextual juxtaposition is used to illustrate the distinction."
Hive by Rebecca Maeve Manley
Visit millco.co.uk for more info and to see more of the work on show which encompasses illustration, graphic design, photography, film and 3D/set design.
The show runs until November 23 at the Mill Co Project, Mandarin Wharf, 70-76 De Beauvoir Crescent, London N1 5SB.
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Great art, I really like the bees
Interesting like Curious Projects and the bees too!
I agree with Mr. Food the bees is awesome- I'll take a couple of these examples as inspiration on my site http://www.reynoldsdigital.com as I'm sure I can use them as interesting talking point at pitch meetings.
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