Thursday, 20 September 2012

Outline Editions pop-up shop
at Designjunction

Maybe you remember that, for last year's London Design Festival, the innovative illustrator collective, Outline Editions, hosted a one-man interactive art show called Cut it Out, by the graphic artist, Noma Bar, where visitors could create their own designs with him, using a giant, clunking contraption.

This year, they have some more unusual events in store, and are also showcasing Noma's work, alongside woodblock typographic posters by Anthony Burrill and bright, bold collages by the Scandinavian designer, Petra Borner, beautifully simple 60s-tinged prints by the French illustrator, Malika Favre, as well as map prints by the Icelandic artist, Kristjana S Williams (whose beautiful Victorian botanical 'mash-ups' I featured last week). Many of the prints are eminently affordable – they start at £40, going up to £530 if you're getting serious – but also highly collectible (Outline know their onions). Everything is also available to buy online.

Anthony Burrell, 'What Does it Mean?', £40 (76cm x 51cm). Open edition, signed.
Malika Favre, 'Egyptian', £130 (50cm x 70cm). Limited edition, signed and numbered.

Noma Bar, 'Birdland', £350 (50cm x 70cm). Signed limited edition.


Noma Bar, 'Ouch'. Pricing and size etc. as above.

Noma Bar, 'Therein Lies the Tail', price and size details as above.


Petra Borner, Play 01, £170 (84.1cm x 59.4cm). Signed, limited edition.



Designjunction takes place in a crazy (in a good way) venue in central London – a three-storey old postal sorting office.

Details Outline Editions pop-up shop at Designjunction runs from 19-23 September at The Sorting Office, 21-23 New Oxford Street, London WC1A 1AP. It opens at 10am every day - closing at 7pm tonight and tomorrow, then 6pm, then 5pm. Entry is free.

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