Origin by Stuart Whitton

Artist and illustrator Stuart Whitton’s first solo exhibition, Origin, opens at the Exposure Gallery in London tomorrow evening. Whitton will be exhibiting a series of his exquisitely drawn portraits alongside typographic pieces.

Artist and illustrator Stuart Whitton’s first solo exhibition, Origin, opens at the Exposure Gallery in London tomorrow evening. Whitton will be exhibiting a series of his exquisitely drawn portraits alongside typographic pieces.

Working largely in pencil, Whitton has produced work for a range of commercial clients, including CR. His show will feature both old and new work, as well as collaborations with others. Shown here are a selection of drawings that you can expect to see.

Detail of Origin (shown in full top)

Mischief

Detail of Mischief

Origin opens at the Exposure Gallery on Little Portland Street, W1, tomorrow evening. Whitton will be signing and numbering a limited edition of Origin postcards at the private view tomorrow evening, which he will give to those first through the door (the PV opens at 6.30pm).

Go Play

Go Play (work-in-progress shot)

Alphabet

Alphabet (detail of Q letter)

Whitton is repped by Handsome Frank. More of his work can be seen online at stuartwhitton.co.uk or handsomefrank.com.

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