What A Wonderful World Exhibition

Design duo Kai and Sunny first came to our attention here at CR about five years ago when we saw some beautifully illustrated record sleeves they did for Disorient Records. Since then the pair set up their own clothing label, Call of The Wild, which has seen collaborations with Reebok and Nike; designed book covers for various publishers including Hodder & Stoughton, Faber & Faber, and Penguin; and worked with a various ad agencies such as BBH, Fallon and Leo Burnett – on campaigns for the likes of Vodafone, Cadburys, and Becks. Now the duo have an exhibition of large format screenprints at East London’s Stolenspace gallery which shows off their penchant for nature-inspired illustrations…

Design duo Kai and Sunny first came to our attention here at CR about five years ago when we saw some beautifully illustrated record sleeves they did for Disorient Records. Since then the pair set up their own clothing label, Call of The Wild, which has seen collaborations with Reebok and Nike; designed book covers for various publishers including Hodder & Stoughton, Faber & Faber, and Penguin; and worked with a various ad agencies such as BBH, Fallon and Leo Burnett – on campaigns for the likes of Vodafone, Cadburys, and Becks. Now the duo have an exhibition of large format screenprints at East London’s Stolenspace gallery which shows off their penchant for nature-inspired illustrations…

What A Wonderful World by Kai and Sunny runs until 15 February at Stolenspace gallery, Dray Walk, The Old Truman Brewery, 91 Brick Lane, London E1. Tel. +44 (0)20 7247 2684

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