Monday, September 26, 2011

Infographics @ Sho Gallery

Two of our prints will be part of the Infographics exhibition at the Sho Gallery as part of the Cardiff Design Festival. Should be good. The two prints on display are available to buy at the following links Christmas Comparisons. and Dyslexic Christians.

As Part of the Cardiff design festival, "Infographics" at The SHO Gallery, curated by Spike Dennis, presents work by an international selection of artists and designers whose work addresses the current trend for information visuals, or ‘Infographics. The breadth of topics covered is vast and Spike is hoping that visitors will be inspired, shocked, educated, enlightened, and perhaps most importantly, made to smile.

Alix Martin \ Amy Kett \ Chris Glynn \ Daniel Ulf-Hansen \ Hole in My Pocket \ Innes Jones \ Juan Manuel De J. Escalante \ Mario Klingemann \ Matt McKenna \ Ninian Carter \ Phil McCollam & Ellen Mueller \ Rob Stevens \ See What You Mean

The SHO Gallery, The Coach House, 1A Inverness Place, Roath, Cardiff CF24 4RU

Opening Hours:
Monday: Closed
Tuesday – Wednesday: 10.00 – 17.30
Thursday: 10.00 – 18.30
Friday: 10.00 – 17.30
Sunday – 11.00 – 4.00

Friday, September 09, 2011

Little news burst

My aim of writing a blog post at least once a week has been failing of late. So I thought I'd post a little update of what we've been up too.

As some of the eagle eyed amongst you have noticed the HIMP main website is temporaily down. While it is repaired the URL will direct here instead. Normal service will resume once our IT guru returns from adventures in China.

Elsewhere we have been busy contacting lots of nice shiny new stockists to show our work and a selection is now on sale in such brilliant places as Magma (Manchester/ London), The Red Door Gallery (Edinburgh) and No Fixed Abode (Dublin).

Our work is also part of the Lovely Pigeon Pop Up in Anstruther which from the photos looks great but is too far away for us to visit - boo.

Our new cards arrived (with a few delivery issues by City Link) and we are really pleased with both the quality of the card stock and the finish/ detail of the prints.

The Moomin V Mormon T-shirts have arrived see image above and our Etsy/ Folksy pages and are shipping to our stockists over the next week.

Hopefully there will be some news about a little exhibition of paintings in Glasgow's Southside soon and we can reveal a little about our possible involvement with the Glasgow International next year.
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