Where might you find giant white cats, embroidered sailors, typographic woolly scarves, loads of skulls, skate boards, decorated wooden spoons, printing presses and over-priced “my toddler could do that” collage? Yes, of course, it is Somerset House’s yearly display of the graphic arts, Pick Me Up.
As always this year was fun and a good “pick me up” to amuse after the dynamic and inspirational time had in Massachusetts (sorry for the break in blogging, folks). Students who were with us enjoyed the show as much as ever and spent time buying books or gurning….
Images are from Lynne Zulu, multi coloured head; Alice Tye. Freeway; Edward Cheverton, collage; Isabel Greenberg, Russian dolls; Julia Pott, severed leg;, Billy, display with bird; Andrew Groves ,wooden spoon; Kyle Platts, pink animal display; Jessica Das, giant white cat; Sort letterpress; Niki Best, hand; Puck collective; Paul Blow, badger; Beach, hearts, Children of the Damned, sailor; Unlimited, display; Outline Artists, mosquito; Codswallop collective, display; Helen Musselwhite, skulls; Carine Brankowitz, French print; Thibaud Herem, London buildings.
Categories: Design, Graphic Design, Reviews
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