Last chance to see the MailmeArt exhibition.
This time from 17th August until 22nd August
Croft Wingates Art Gallery
44a St Marys Road
Leicestershire LE16 7DU
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The MailMeArt exhibition at The Framers Gallery (Artefact showroom) it’s ended.
It has been a success, with lots of people there enjoying the art and the artist itself. Here you can see a few pictures of before and during the exhibition.
As you can see a real feast for lovers of mail art and vocational postmen, with more than 240 envelopes illustrated and sent from over 24 different countries. If you weren’t able to make it to London for the first exhibition, you are still on time to visit the second MailMeart Exhibition. Don’t miss this second chance.
From August 9th to 12th August you can visit the MailMeart exhibition at
The Factoryroad Gallery
Hinckley, (LE10) RSVP REQUIRED
The opening night will be on August 9th at 6pm-11pm, with viewings by appointment on the 10th, 11th and 12th.
Remember the exhibition catalog, and the mail art originals can be acquired online here
My dear friend and illustrator Teresa Herrero has a new Etsy store. There you can enjoy and buy some of their art in their usual lovely mood, fresh and joy of life style .
Visit their store here http://www.etsy.com/shop/TeresaHerrero
If you don’t know their work you can visit their online portfolio here http://www.teresaherrero.com
If you are in London between 30th july and 3rd August you can visit the Mail Me Art exhibition. Mail me Art is a project run by Darren di Lieto and the Little Chimp Society since 2006. The exhibition display mail art from 200 artist and all the benefits will go for charity projects.
The exhibition is held at The Framers Gallery Map Link Here
The Framers Gallery
36 Windmill Street (Artefact Showroom)
London W1T 2JT
Opening Hours: Monday – Friday: 10.00 – 5.30 Saturday: 11.00 – 5.00
Sundays & Bank Holidays: closed
You can already pre-order the catalog exhibition, a must have nice and colorful book, full of awesome art from the most brilliant and talented illustrators, first to order will get a coupon reduction! so, pre-order now!!
I succeed to get some spare time to scan a few of my sketches at the Barcelona Zoo
I’m pleased to announce that I will be part of the next Mail Me art, Mail Me Art: Short & Sweet (MMA3). Mail Me Art is a British-based project, run by Darren Di Lieto, the founder and co-editor of the illustration news portal The Little Chimp Society.
That’s the Project’s site http://www.mailmeart.com/about-the-project/
I’m very happy and proud, it will be my second time on this project.
Here you can see my contribution, I was planning a more ambitious piece but sadly work and real life forced me to do something fast to produce, but I will keep my initial project for next MM.
On the mailmeart.com site you can see the other artist contributions, lots of talent and great art pieces. Oh! and cool videos like this one http://www.mailmeart.com/airbrush-mail-art-with-jeff-miracola/
Yesterday, 10th March, ended the exhibition “25 years of illustration at Llotja”, I had some of my recent jobs exhibited there.
The exhibition was held in the Centre d’Artesania de Catalunya, an art exhibition center of the Catalonia Government, is located in the old town, in the center of Barcelona, near Las Ramblas.
The exhibit was displaying the last 25 years of illustration in Catalonia done by illustrators trained in La Llotja, the official Arts & Crafts School.
Was great to see what the old friends are currently doing, and discover that some of the great illustration colleagues you can see around, are also from the school.
From March 19th to April 19th this exhibition will be open again, this time at the Espai Nau U of the School Llotja de Sant Andreu, carrer Pare Manyanet, nº 40, Barcelona http://www.llotja.cat
Barcelona TV has featured the past exhibition (starts at minute 6:00)
Last November I made a trip for work to Paris, I succeed to get some spare time to visit the zoo, La Ménagerie, le Zoo du Jardin des Plantes. A charming place from 1794 with lovely art deco buildings, it’s like a trip to a XIX century zoo.