Sunday, 29 September 2013

TO DO (OR NOT TO DO) LIST



 
Image via ICA.


You have until the 6th of October to have a look at Gerald Cinamon: Collected work since 1958 at the ICA. A selection of designs by award-winning typographer and book designer Gerald (Jerry) Cinamon, who started working at Penguin in 1958. "The display reveals the influence of Swiss design on his work, which was unique and forward thinking during this period of popular book publishing. Cinamon produced work using bold colour and iconic typography creating signature works that defined his distinct style." More info in ICA website.


 Image: Cachetejack via Lomography UK.

This Thursday 3rd of October Lomography UK’s will be starting its First Thrusdays event in the Whitechapel Gallery, featuring work by Cachetejack, a Spanish illustration duo who have recently moved to London. They combine drawings, wood sculptures and fabric to create playful and humorous illustrations. Some of their clients include Anorak magazine, Don’t Panic and Computer Arts magazine. More info about this and other October lomoevents here.


Image via Cycle Love.

On your bike! From the 3rd to the 6th of October is all about bicycles in the Barbican Centre. The Festival includes an opening party at Hackney Downs Studios on the 4th October and all these movies. More info in Cycle Love website.

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