“A Celebration of September” – A poster collective exhibition by Mortar&Pestle Studio

Mortar&Pestle Studio are putting together a Graphic Design and Illustration Poster exhibition this month. We’ve invited thirty emerging and established creatives to exhibit an A1 poster for a collective exhibition at the Dreamspace Gallery. Leterme Downling, Rick Banks, Ross Gunter, Matt Adams, Mark Ferguson (Very Own Studio) and the 10Collective to name a few. We are also organising an evening talks by Patrick Duffy (No Days Off), David Tanguy (Praline) and Matt Curtis (Eureka Magazine).

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PRESS RELEASE
‘A Celebration’ of September
A poster collective exhibition by Mortar&Pestle Studio at Dreamspace Gallery.

 

Exhibition Dates: 24th Oct – 1st Nov.
(Opening times 9.00am – 5:30pm Monday – Friday)
Private View: 27th Oct 18:00 – 20:30

Admission Free

Dreamspace Gallery

1-3 Dufferin Street, London, EC1Y 8NA
+44 (0) 207 562 8282

 

dreamspace@adrem.uk.com
info@mortarpestlestudio.com
www.adrem.uk.com/dreamspace
www.mortarpestlestudio.com
Just another day of the month?
 
‘A Celebration’ of September
A Collective Poster Exhibition by Mortar&Pestle Studio

Returning for its fourth year, Mortar&Pestle Studio in partnership with Adrem have invited thirty emerging and established creatives to exhibit an A1 poster for a collective exhibition at the Dreamspace Gallery.

Each exhibitor has been assigned a day within September and asked to design a poster specifically for that date, creating a collaboratively designed month calendar. In a fast paced world, individual days are often overlooked for their significance and this exhibition aims to explore each day’s relevance within our own lives.

In a design industry heavily dependent on digital printing, each exhibitor has been asked to use more traditional printing methods. The exhibitors have chosen to craft their posters using letterpress, screen-printing, wood blocking, hand drawing, cyanotypes, embroidery and light sensitive emulsions. The exhibition will showcase a variety of creative disciplines and mediums forming a wide range of personalized styles and approaches.

In addition to the exhibition there will be a series of talks at the gallery by industry professionals about establishing yourself within the creative industries.


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