Tweet-a-Brief – The Private View
Last night we held the launch party and private view of our Tweet-a-Brief exhibition.
For those of you who don’t know about Tweet-a-Breif (where have you been?), all of the work on show at the exhibition was inspired by briefs tweeted to our illustrators earlier in the year. We invited all of the winners along to see the work that they inspired and each of them was presented with a print of their artwork.
Helen Musselwhite‘s ‘Wallpaper coming to life in a dolls house’
Alexandra Bruel‘s ‘Inside the mind of Stanley Kubrick’
Matt Murphy with his work ‘Inside the belly of a whale’
Lesley Barnes‘ ‘Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds’
Stephen Cheetham with winning tweeter Anna Siulen
Stephen Cheetham‘s ’140 characters’
Emma Kelly‘s ‘Blue Monday’ a requested by Charlatan’s front man Tim Burgess.
Ben Steers with his Willy Wonka inspired print.
Malika Favre‘s ‘All things small and beautiful’
Helen Musselwhite paper house (close-up).
Matt Saunders painted a stunning mural of ‘A ghost who sees herself as a wolf’.
Alexandra Bruel with her model of Stanley Kubrick’s mind.
The show is now open to the public and entry is FREE. The gallery is open Monday-Friday 10am-5pm and Sunday midday-4pm. It’s a 71a Leonard Street (London, EC2). Please feel free to pop by and say hello.
Finally, a massive HF thank you to all of the crew at The Church of London and to everyone that got involved with Tweet-a-Brief. x