If You Could Get Involved with Build…

Build has just designed this poster that ties two events happening next Thursday 5th July together: If You Could exhibition and monthly clubnight Get Involved. The idea is quite simple: anyone can get involved and doodle, draw or write on the poster. Also shown above are returned posters by Jeremyville, Jon Burgerman and Mr Bingo. If you fancy a go – simply read on to find out how…

Build Get Involved poster gif

If you could do anything tomorrow what would it be? That is the question to which a host of established and emerging creative talent has responded – for an exhibition that launches in exposure Gallery (22-23 Little Portland Street, London W1) on Thursday 5 July. See www.ifyoucould.co.uk for full details.

The launch of the exhibition has been tied in with regular monthly musical shindig Get Involved (which will provide music at the exhibition launch and also host the post-launch party across the road from exposure in The Social) in the form of a poster, designed by studio Build that asks “If you could… draw/write your message below, what would you do? Get involved!” – the idea being that creative types can literally get involved with the poster.

If you’d like the ‘blank’ file to get involved with, pls email gavin.lucas@centaur.co.uk and ask for the PDF. We’d love to see the results of your work so email back your posters when you’ve worked your magic. Together with Build, we will pick our favourite submissions which will appear here on the CR blog and also in printed form in The Social next Thursday (5th July) at Get Involved.

Shown above are the first four returned posters – by Jeremyville, Jon Burgerman and Mr Bingo. Don’t be shy: GET INVOLVED!

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