Chrissie Abbots…

May 10, 2010

A few pics from her brilliant show.

Telegramme putting up the show…

March 9, 2010

Dare West – Telegramme…

March 9, 2010

Some more pics.

Dare West – First Nook…

March 9, 2010

We have recently opened a beautiful new branch in Bristol. The studio is amazing and we got the Telegramme boys down to make it even better.

Setting up Chrissie’s show…

March 9, 2010

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CHRISSIE ABBOTT…

March 2, 2010

Thanks so much to Alex Chinneck for his fantastic show.

Next up we have the wonderful Chrissie Abbott – an illustrator / designer / art director hybrid that has a penchant for typography and old photographs. Predominantly producing off-kilter collages, drawings and prints, her work is multidisciplinary to a tee, taking inspiration from a 1960s aesthetic intermingled with hyper-modern colour clashes. She has worked with an array of clients, specialising in the music industry, most notably creating visuals for Little Boots and the Asteroid No 4.

Make sure you swing by from March 5th for a gander.

In the meantime, find out more about Chrissie here – and remember to keep updated right here at the Nook’s very own blog.

Some shots from Alex Chinneck’s show…

March 2, 2010

Setting up Alex’s show

January 11, 2010

Really exciting. Everything is looking great.

Alex’s show – behind the scenes

January 11, 2010

I dunno what just turned up for Alex’s show – but it looks exciting!

Alex Chinneck

January 11, 2010

Happy New Year everyone. Thanks to everyone who came and had a look at the Jiggery Pokery show. Hope you all enjoyed it. If you ever need to speak with the girls from Jiggery Pokery, you can contact them at hello@jiggerypokery.biz.

The Nook has loads of exciting happenings ready for 2010, including shows from Julia Pott and Chrissie Abbot to name a few. But first up is exciting artist and sculptor, Alex Chinneck.

Alex is a 25 year old London based artist, whos sculptures perform illusory tricks in pursuit of simple yet mesmerizing visual pleasures. Inflexible materials are manipulated beyond their apparent capabilities to transcend their material nature and distort our perception of what is physically possible. He’ll be showing four new sculptiures: Pick yourself up and pull yourself together, From the knees of my nose to the belly of my toes, Loopdeloop, and Kaboom.