This month my mural project about the history of Leeds women and the suffragists is on display during a month long exhibition titled ‘the vote before the vote’ at room 700 at Leeds Central Library, 3-30 May 2018.
Update: the mural is staying up for a while longer – it's going to be on display for the rest of the year.
For details: https://whatson.leeds.gov.uk/all-events/event-details?eventId=whatson-3005
Thank you to all the lookers, buyers and people who chatted yesterday at the Manchester print fair. The venue was stunning – Manchester Cathedral (near Victoria Station). The hosts and workshops were brilliant as ever. Best fair yet bar none.
I'm having a print sale weekend, lots of A4 art prints and cards on sale and on special offer, go visit the shop page http://alice-smith.co.uk/shop
This weekend only – 'til Sunday midnight
Or stop by my stall at the Bradford print fair at the Oastler centre in Bradford city centre (this Saturday only), for more details https://www.facebook.com/bdprintfair
The vulgar exhibition moves to the fashion museum in Hasselt
We'll be at the Manchester Print fair on the 21st and 22nd October 2017, it'll be inside Upper Campfield Market. I'll be there with some new editions and freshly printed goodies. For more details manchesterprintfair.co.uk
Our Bracketpress work with Penny Rimbaud is on display at MMU special collections until end of August.
link to the exhibition guide: http://www.specialcollections.mmu.ac.uk/files/trickingmposs_guide.pdf
A recent book project I've been working on during the depths of winter has arrived – finished & bound before the late Ash leaves unfurled... The Temperament of Trees: a character guide.
I worked on the illustrations, text by www.yantantethera.org and available from www.cityoftrees.org.uk
You can get a copy by volunteering or donating to www.cityoftrees.org.uk
All A4 prints – £10
I've been working on a number of great projects over the Summer, notably a series of emblems for an exhibition by fashion curator Judith Clark and psychoanalyst Adam Phillips, which has just opened at the Barbican, London this week.
I was commissioned to illustrate a series of emblems – each interpreting Adam's text, which defined a series of ideas and pieces selected by Judith, on the subject of Vulgarity, exploring the contradictions of fashion and what defines good and bad taste.
Three of the emblems were recreated as large scale two metre coins which hang down over the exhibition area. All of the illustrations are situated throughout the exhibition alongside the text definitions, and also within the exhibition book, for more detail visit Barbican
I was also asked to create a collection of stationery and textiles goods which are now available in the Barbican Shop
A great event organised by Hot Bed Press and Manchester Print Fair to coincide with the Manchester Design festival
This last year, we've been developing the design of the Idler magazine.
Available at most independent bookshops or subscribe via https://www.webscribe.co.uk/magazine/idler
March 18th–20th at Brass in Brussels
exhibiting a selection of works from the Worts 'n' All project