Australian illustration talent at London’s East Gallery

A seleciton of work by 19 Australian illustrators is currently on show at an exhibition East Gallery on Brick Lane. The show, entitled Life, runs until this Wednesday July 7 and features screenprinted work by the likes of Ben Brown, Jeremyville, Timba Smits, Kate Banazi, and Sarah Larnach…

A seleciton of work by 19 Australian illustrators is currently on show at an exhibition East Gallery on Brick Lane. The show, entitled Life, runs until this Wednesday July 7 and features screenprinted work by the likes of Ben Brown (his Grace Jones print is shown above) Jeremyville, Timba Smits, Kate Banazi, and Sarah Larnach.


by Kareena Zerefos

Jeremyville’s Loosen Up print

Super Brave Wonder Lovers by Numskull

The show has been curated by Heaps Good, an initiative dedicated to promoting Australian creativity in the UK, and printed by Print Club London. The screenprints are available in editions of 20 at £50 each and 50% of all profits goes to (RED) – hence the use of the colour red in each of the two-colour prints.

Life runs until 5pm this Wednesday July 7 at East Gallery, 214 Brick Lane, London, E1 6SA

For a full list of exhibiting artists and opening times, visit eastgallery.co.uk

 

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