James Joyce Exhibition at Kemistry

Drawings And Other Objects opens at London’s Kemistry Gallery later this week and is designer and illustrator James Joyce’s first solo gallery exhibition…

Oh Me Oh My by James Joyce
Oh Me Oh My screenprint by James Joyce

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.

Face poster by James Joyce
This is one of two posters Joyce designed for Creative Review. Each was screenprinted in a strictly limited edition and offered as a gift to new subscribers to CR

Chemical World by James Joyce
This image was inspired by a commission from Howies

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.

This This and This by James Joyce
One of several brand new works created specially for the show

We're Doomed by James Joyce

Positive Light by James Joyce
Positive Light was originally conceived for use on a flyer for London clubnight It’s Bigger Than – which Joyce co-founded and produced myriad illustrated flyers for

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

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