Concrete Hermit

Concrete Hermit reopens to Four Floods

It was closed for months but Concrete Hermit’s Shoreditch gallery and shop has re-opened and today launches a new exhibition of screenprints by Dan Sparkes, Heretic, Joe Wilson, Otecki, Sarah King, and The Pit…

Simon Cook at Concrete Hermit

Simon Cook, one of the six graduates featured in our ‘Class of 2010’ issue in September, is opening his first solo exhibition at Concrete Hermit’s Carnaby Street space in London tomorrow evening.

New record sleeves from Brian Eno, COS/MES, Nick Jaguar, and more

It’s time for a round up of new record sleeves that have caught our eye of late. First up is the rather tasty Limited Edition Box Set of Brian Eno’s forthcoming album, his first release on Warp Records: Small Craft On A Milk Sea – a musical collaboration with Jon Hopkins and Leo Abrahams…

Postcards from Mr Bingo and Ian Stevenson

Concrete Hermit has two freshly published books of artist postcards – one from Mr Bingo, another by Ian Stevenson. Both are choc full of irreverent silliness which has brightened up my day (it’s grey and wet here in London) so I thought I’d take some pics and share them…

Joining Forces: Solomon Vaughan vs Recom Farmhouse

Graffiti artist Solomon Vaughan teamed up with Christoph Bolten of CGI studio Recom Farmhouse to create the image above, one of six new collaborative works featured in our June issue’s Joining Forces feature…

Joining Forces: Andy Gilmore vs Happy Finish

Andy Gilmore teamed up with Simon Allan of CGI studio Happy Finish to create the above image – one of the collaborations we instigated for our Joining Forces feature in our current (June) issue…

Joining Forces: Emily Forgot vs Saddington & Baynes

Emily Alston, aka Emily Forgot, teamed up with Kevin Shepherd, head of CG R&D at Saddington & Baynes to create the above image – one of the collaborations we instigated for our Joining Forces feature in our current (June) issue…

Joining Forces: James Joyce vs The 3D Agency

Illustrator James Joyce collaborated with CGI studio The 3D Agency to create a new image which is featured as one of six such collaborations between artists and CGI studios in our Joining Forces feature in our current (June) issue. Here’s how Joyce and The 3D Agency worked together on the image…

Creative Review presents Joining Forces

The images produced by in-demand imagemakers (including James Joyce, Emily Forgot and Seb Lester) in collaboration with leading CGI studios, for our Joining Forces feature in the current (June) issue are now on show at the Concrete Hermit gallery in London’s Shoreditch

Pick Me Up at Somerset House

Coming to the neo-classical surroundings of London’s Somerset House in April is Pick Me Up, a new contemporary graphic art fair

Amelia’s Anthology of Illustration

New book, Amelia’s Anthology of Illustration, launches tonight with an exhibition and party at Concrete Hermit shop and gallery in Shoreditch…

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