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12
AUG
2016

William Eggleston

William Eggleston is a pioneering American photographer renowned for his vivid, poetic and mysterious images. This exhibition of 100 works surveys Eggleston’s full career from the 1960s to the present day and is the most comprehensive display of his portrait photography ever....
11
DEC
2015

John Hoyland

John Hoyland (1934–2011) is one of Britain’s leading abstract painters. Renowned for his intuitive manipulation of colour, form, line and space, Hoyland emerged at the forefront of the abstract movement in Britain in the early 1960s, and remained an energetic and innovative force...
13
FEB
2015

El Anatsui

El Anatsui’s sculptural experiments with media and form have challenged the definition of sculpture itself. In particular, his metal wall-hangings have received international acclaim. Throughout a distinguished forty-year career as both an artist and teacher, El Anatsui has...
31
JUL
2014

Richard Carnaby at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival

We are proud to support our client Richard Carnaby at his first run at the Fringe Festival in Edinburgh. Richard is an up and coming comedian and entertainer as well as a singer, actor and storyteller. He presents his solo show ‘A Work of Art’ at Spotlites @ The Merchants’...
24
MAR
2014

Fire & Flame website is launched

After weeks of work we are pleased to announce the launch of our website and would like to take this opportunity to thank you for visiting it. Why not have a look at our portfolio or full list of services to see how we can help you grow your business. Interested? Then get in...
17
MAR
2014

Yasashii Hankachi: Gentle Heart Project

Yasashii Hankachi is an exhibition organised by the Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation in association with the Japan Graphic Designers Association (JAGDA). It is a response to the devastation left by the 2011 earthquake and tsunami in the Tohoku (north-east) area of Japan, when over...
05
MAR
2014

Gin – no tonic!

Like a brother to the Bourbon family, Gin is distilled from similar letterforms, but condensed less. This display typeface was inspired by the likes of old serifs and classic bottles of whiskey and gin. I love the vintage feel of it! It was designed by Mattox Shuler and published...