Outline Editions: London show and pop-up store

Outline Editions has commissioned a selection of leading British image makers – including James Jarvis (his Sphere With Block II, shown, above), Anthony Burrill, Supermundane, Kate Moross and LIzzie Finn – to each create a new image, inspired by the city of London…

Outline Editions has commissioned a selection of leading British image makers – including James Jarvis (his Sphere With Block II, shown, above), Anthony Burrill, Supermundane, Kate Moross and LIzzie Finn – to each create a new image, inspired by the city of London…

The new works – all beautifully Giclée printed on 270gsm Somerset Velvet stock in signed and numbered editions of 300 –  are being exhibited at Online Editions’ pop-up gallery / shop at 7 Marshall Street, near London’s Carnaby Street. Here are a few of the works that will be shown and available to buy:


Welcome To London, by Anthony Burrill


Walkers Court by Robert Rubbish


On Where All Sides And Angles Are Equal #2 by David Saunders


All Things Could Be Happening At All Times, by Supermundane

001 London runs from tomorrow, May 28 to July 3 at the Outline Editions pop-up store at 7, Marshall Street, London, W1 7EH.

To see all of the artwork and / or to buy direct online, visit store.outline-editions.co.uk

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