Kai and Sunny Return To The Wild

Kai and Sunny’s current exhibition, Return To The Wild, runs until June 20 at Stolenspace Gallery just off Brick Lane…

Design and illustration duo Kai and Sunny have an exhibition at Stolenspace Gallery just off Brick Lane, entitled Return To The Wild which runs until June 20…

Return To The Wild continues where the pair’s What A Wonderful World exhibition from last year left off – only this time various forms from nature are the starting point for the creation of abstract patterns – rather than the lush imagined landscapes of last year’s show. A flock of birds in flight, for example, or swirling plant life in a river, are just some of the starting points for the imagery…

Kai and Sunny have very kindly given Creative Review a signed artists proof of the above image, entitled Butterfly Effect – Blue, to give away as our July issue Gallery prize. Full details will be in the issue which will be published next week. Butterfly Effect – Blue is a hand pulled two-colour screenprint printed on 100% Cotton Somerset Enhanced Paper at 75cm x 55cm in a limited edition of 25 signed and numbered prints.

Return To The Wild runs until June 20 at Stolenspace Gallery, Dray Walk, The Old Truman Brewery, 91 Brick Lane, London E1 6QL. Tel: +44 (0) 207 247 2684. Email: info@stolenspace.com. Opening times: Tuesday-Sunday, 11am – 7pm


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