Monday, 8 February 2010


Things have been very busy lately, updates and some very exciting news on upcoming projects to follow. Below are some of the long awaited images documenting the opening night of the show, and the subsequent display in the shop. Many apologies for the lack of news recently, please watch this space for further info and news on that to come.

Thursday, 31 December 2009


Updates and progress regarding Sequence Collective and the 'In Sequence' exhibition have been slow of late, in the coming days the website, along with additional amendments and developments will be updated

The private view, which now seems a long time ago was a great success, and the exhibition continues to receive positive feedback from a growing list of visitors. A huge thanks to those of you involved in the show, the exhibitors, the visitors and all those who expressed interest.

Imagery of the private view and the resulting show are being collated and will be posted as soon as possible, in the mean time please see the image below, courtesy of Tilly Pearman for a taster of that to come.


Saturday, 28 November 2009

Private View

The opening night and private view of the 'In Sequence' exhibition takes place at LCB's flagship Brick Lane store on Thursday 3rd December. 7P.M. - LATE. Get down!

Friday, 27 November 2009

In Sequence

News of the upcoming show at LCB:

‘In Sequence’ is a collaborative design and illustration exhibition taking place at LCB’s flagship store in Brick Lane, London throughout the month of December. The show, curated by Come Along Fool showcases some of the most exciting established and emerging creatives in the visual industry at this time. Including exhibits, much of which will be for sale, from: Inventory Studio, Vasava, Tom Genower, Zeroten and Just Us amongst many more.


Fliers printed and being distributed for the upcoming 'In Sequence' exhibition at LCB. Hand screen-printed, double sided, three colourways, loads and loads of them. Epic. Thanks to Ollie Hammick for assistance and photography.