Surprising, original, and gorgeous, The River is a book about the seasons and the different kinds of experiences and stories that each season brings. Consisting almost entirely of images, The River presents each of the four seasons as its own chapter and story. A few sentences at the start of each chapter set the stage and provide clues for following each story. Beginning in autumn and ending in summer, The River is about our connection to place, as well as about the connections between geography, setting, and the stories we tell. The River is also about the flow of time, which flows like the river, and carries us.
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Illustrations of Thibaud Herem for Nobrow Press. Deco London takes you on a journey through the streets of London to discover the capital’s most intriguing, striking and elaborate art deco buildings. From imposing Orwellian giants to the hidden jewels of the thirties, it takes us on a tour of London’s forgotten Deco landmarks in an art edition of giant proportions.
Each faithfully reproduced facade is accompanied on the reverse by a short passage on the building’s history. This 3 metre-long frieze details 11 of London’s most iconic art deco buildings including: The Hoover Factory, BBC Broadcasting House and Battersea Power Station.
Opened on, February a solo show for the artist Agostino Iacurci‘s Small Wheel, Big Wheel. The exhibition is a chance for the artist, who has quickly become one of Italy’s most internationally recognizable muralists to play with a variety of mediums.
To learn more about the artist and the show, check out this video-interview with the artist himself by Almost Curators.
The Penguin Street Art Series asked ten world-renowned street artists to create distinct new covers for contemporary classics, producing a bespoke edition set of contemporary fiction within an urban edge. Literature and Street Art collide in a new collaborative project commissioned by Penguin UK Books. Agostino’s assignment was for Nick Hornby’s How to be Good.
We are very happy to announce our new artist Thibaud Herem from France. He is currently based in London with a love of illustrating buildings. Working with pencil and Indian inks his work is painstakingly created by hand. His distinctive signature style sees him create beautifully refined architectural drawings with an incredible level of detail.
His talents have led to him working with clients such as Nike, Lexus, Schiaparelli and Wallpaper.
Have look in artist portfolio –>