Animal magic

28.10.2010 | Art , Blog , Culture | BY:

Love art but can’t afford it?  Recently there’s been a spate of initiatives to make sure you don’t have to starve yourself to be able to take home a piece of art.  Outline Editions is one of them.  Founded by arts, lifestyle and features editor Bill Tuckey and curator Camilla Parsons, Outline Editions recognises that graphic design is increasingly in demand as a new affordable wall art.

Following the success of their debut pop-up shop in May, Outline Editions are back with another. The temporary gallery, housed in a former second-hand record store on Soho’s Berwick Street will be a feature in itself: the window and floor graphics are produced by designer and illustrator Kate Moross.

Limited-edition prints from their nature-inspired autumn collection Into the Forest, will be on sale at smile-inducing prices – from £15 to £185.  Take in the neon landscapes of new-wave graphic artist Anthony Burrill, or marvel at the intricate detailing in fashion illustrator Klaus Haapaniemi’s designs.  Fancy an even more modest purchase?  T-shirts, books, vinyls and other products will also be on sale from the likes of Kate Moross or Supermundane.

The temporary store is open until 31st  January 2011 at 94 Berwick Street, London W1F 0QF. Open Tuesday-Sunday, 12 – 6.30pm


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