Tea time in Bristol

Illustrators Peskimo and Chris Dickason have teamed up to put on a tea-time themed exhibition opening this Friday March 19 at Start – a new shop and exhibition space in the heart of Bristol…

Illustrators Peskimo and Chris Dickason have teamed up to put on a tea-time themed exhibition opening this Friday March 19 at Start – a new shop and exhibition space in the heart of Bristol…

The exhibition, entitled Tease Made, will celebrate, Peskimo tells us, “the social rituals, history, iconography and biscuit-dunking goodness of enjoying a cup of tea.” There will be prints, paintings, sketches and sculptural pieces on show. Here are a few images that will be on display…

Start is a new art space and shop which will look to exhibit work by both established and up and coming artists working in the South West region across the mediums of illustration, graphic design, photography, painting and printmaking. The shop will look to stock and sell work by local artists and musicians, and stock a small range of art magazines, prints, cards, jewellery, CDs, T-shirts and vinyl and plush toys. There will also be an area to sit and have a mug of tea. Start’s website should be up and running this Friday. wearestart.co.uk

Tease Made runs from March 19 through to April 9 at Start (above Start The Bus), 7-9 Baldwin St, Bristol, BS1 1RU. 

peskimo.com
chrisdickason.co.uk

 

 

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