Finalising the look and feel for this year’s West Norwood FEAST, a volunteer-powered community street market festival, running on the first Sunday of every month from April to December. I’ve been involved with the design for FEAST since 2016, producing all the various marketing materials from printed posters/leaflets to all the social media graphics, as well as spin-off projects such as FEAST-branded merchandise and FEAST-supported community projects like Curious SE27 Art Trail. We’re also re-designing the website in time for the first market in April!
Sneaky peek at the exhibition identity for An Eyeful of Wry for the Government Art Collection. Presenting works rife with wit and a hint of the absurd, An Eyeful of Wry is an exhibition intent on exploring art cut with a wry sense of humour. From droll, 18th-century caricatures by James Gillray, to satirical prints and Simon Faithfull’s video of an impossible journey, these works in dierent media explore our respective positions – the artist as the joker and the viewer as a sharp-eyed observer. They offer an insightful look at the blend of art and comedy that has shaped the Government Art Collection since its inception.