Does anyone notice these things? The jury is most definitely out, but we still feel obliged to always make them. Click the images for links to our two August events. 

Delighted to announce that our August show will be of new work by Rob Lowe (aka Supermundane) - Don’t miss it. 

Really excited for this one. Believe it or not, we’ve had it pencilled in since July 2011!

Facebook event here.

Our lovely friend Robbie who is a member of our lovely friends Puck has a show opening with the lovely guys at Jaguar shoes. His work is lovely and it sounds like you will have a lovely time. So go.

beachlondonevents:

For the Third issue of 56+1 Magazine, Design Agency 5foot6 have teamed up with Beach London who are representing a selection of inspiring graduate illustrators as they take their first steps into industry.

We wondered what they had planned for the future, so we asked the obvious question, What Next? and let them take it from there.

Join us at Beach for the launch of What Next? - an exhibition and publication that looks at the future of ten exciting young illustrators.

Exhibitors:
James Jessiman
Charlie Cameron
Lorna Scobie
Joe Vass
Joshua Wiley
Ellie Andrews
Grace Helmer
Callum Robey
Simon Cheadle
Josh Checkly

Beach London
20 Cheshire Street
London, E2 6EH
Thursday 29th November

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We’re really excited by our line up for 2013. Some dates for your diary:

December 13th /January - Will Sweeney / Alakazam pop-up shop

February 7th - Frédéric Fleury

March 7th - Craig Fisher

April 4th - Martin Cole

May 2nd - Jean Jullien

June 6th - Malarky

Psyched

Tonight sees the opening of POWER REDUX. We’ve had this one pencilled in since January and we’re really excited about it. The second leg of the show - after Øslo and before heading to Berlin - Features artwork by some real Beach favourites, including:

Hugh Frost (He of Landfill Editions fame, and now, unfortunately, residing in Sweden)

Benbo George - a very graphic collage artist who’s awesome work has an unusual outsider aesthetic.

Viktor Hachmang - an amazing illustrator from The Hague who’s influences stem from comics, and there’s a bit of CF in there and stuff…

Jiro Bevis - awesome illustrator and firm Beach favourite

Espen Friberg from Norway - another great outsider-esque collage artist. He’s showing some videos in the show.

Michael Willis of Panther Club fame - he’s organised the show. He’s a Beach favourite and a good buddy of ours!

All these great artists - and more - are showing - so don’t miss the opening this evening (Sept 20th) and the show will run until mid October.

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