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Last week Dave Sparshott came into the store for a few days to do a mural up our stairwell.  It depicts a journey from Cardigan to Bristol to Carnaby Street.  It was really nice having Dave around for a couple of days (we were all inspired to doodle works of art while he was here!)

It looks awesome...so come by and check it out!  If you want to find out about more of his work click here.

Jessie Ford is a Brighton based illustrator. She illustrated our Geek's corner in the Carnaby store and has now come back with an exhibition for our Staircase Gallery. If you're about, drop in and check it out. There will also be a limited run of t-shirts to buy, especially for this exhibition. Runs from 1st - 31st March. See more of her work here - www.jessieford.co.uk

Andy J Miller

  • Posted by aron
  • 22 December 2009

If you check the back of our catalogues you'll find a list of all the talented people that have contributed to our t-shirt collection. One name that keeps cropping up is Andy J Miller. The first tee he designed for us was 'Work to Live' back in the Spring 09 catalogue. Since then he's consistently pulled out the goods and produced some great tees for us, including 'Books is Power'. He's a great illustrator and a splendid chap to work with.

Here's an interview he's just done for Sticks & Stones Magazine.

And click here to see more of his work.

Graham Carter Exhibiton

On our Staircase Gallery wall we currently have an exhibiton from Brighton based illustrator Graham Carter.  They are really stunning prints, so come on down and check them out!  The exhibiton "Monsters, Owls and Antlers" is running until 14th December.

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Staircase Gallery- Graham Carter

Kev Grey book

  • Posted by pete
  • 18 February 2009


Kev Grey is an artist and illustrator from Liverpool, and he's got a new book out.

Crispy clean lines, mostly based on traditional tattoo flash, low-brow art and
skeletons. You might recognise his work for East Skateboards and Mackeys Lost Art
store in Liverpool. Sick. You should probably buy a copy.

He's doing a little bit of something for us at the moment (but that's top secret).

Check him out. 


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