One For Sorrow Exhibition | Bristol

Collective: Brothers of the Stripe
Gallery: ‘Something Else’

‘One For Sorrow’ is Brothers of the Stripe’s latest exhibition, hosted by the cosy Bristol based design store / gallery Something Else. Themed around the ‘Magpie’, a mysterious bird associated with a number of superstitions and European folklore.

The show features original works, limited edition prints, and a set of delicate little wooden magpie toys.

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Some pictures from ‘One For Sorrow’ | Bristol’


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Brothers of the Stripe | Pick Me Up Art Fair 2013

Collective: Brothers of the Stripe
Event: ‘Pick Me Up Art Fair | London

“…For their Pick Me Up Debut B.O.T.S are taking their imagery back to school to create an alphabet print series that looks at illustrated type and create images that display our childhood memories. Expect toys, visual stories, and prints galore!…” — at Somerset House

My Contribution to the show:
H for Howard’s Hidden House of Hallways
P for Patrick Vs the Giant Python
X for Xavier Excavates the X – Marks the Spot

Childhood Print:
A Small Treasured Robots Origin

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Some pictures from ‘Pick Me Up Art Fair | London


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Eyecandy Festival | Birmingham | 2×2 Show & Postcard Book


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Collective: Brothers of the Stripe
Project: ‘Eye Candy Festival

Brothers of the Stripe – back in Birmingham! For a 2 day residency as part of Eye Candy Birmingham. The theme of our show was 2×2, and Yellow and Black was the colour of choice – covering an array of cardboard boxes, creating an interactive installation, which flowed and changed with a life of its own.

We also produced a 2×2 Postcard Book to go along with our show – following the 2×2 . Black and Yellow theme. 8 x Illustrators – 8 x Postcards.

‘Eye Candy Festival took place during October 2012 in Birmingham’s Southside, showcasing illustration, street art & design through an exciting program of talks & workshops.

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2X2: Eye Candy Festival 2012 from Brothers of The Stripe on Vimeo.

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Pork Pirates | Pork Chop T-shirt


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Exhibition: B.O.T.S | Tea Time
Product: Pork Chop T-shirt

This T-shirt design was created for the ‘Brothers of the Stripe‘ exhibition – Tea Time | Manchester. Soup Kitchen. I decided to create a body of work which was based on this topic of food, focusing on the idea of consumption – meat and animals – This in turn developed in to something called the ‘Pork Pirates’ (or Pork Pie-rates)…Using my isometric style, this poor little isometric ‘Pork Chop’ pig was dissected and now available for purchase.

Pork Pirates | Pork Chop T-shirt:

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2 x Colour screenprint (Black overprinted on Red)
available for Male & Female in White / Yellow / Khaki

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Tea Time Exhibition


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A collaboration with fellow Brothers of the Stripe – the extremely talented ‘Will Scobie‘ – an extremely fresh and creative process – and an interesting outcome.

Title:
Cake for Two & Tea with the White Rabbit

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Collective: Brothers of the Stripe
Project: Tea Time exhibition

A collection of work created for the Brothers of the Stripe exhibition – Tea Time | Manchester. Soup Kitchen (an exhibition exploring the concept of Tea Time through a variety of illustrative styles and techniques). I decided to create a body of work which was based on this topic of food, focusing on the idea of consumption – meat and animals – This in turn developed in to something called the ‘Pork Pirates’ (or Pork Pie-rates) …and due to my macbook passing away half-way through the project, it forced me or allowed me to experiment with a more diverse range of mediums – including stencils and spray paints and photography – which is the resulting A5 print packs – each print digitally printed with added hand finished details.

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