In October 2010, Sideshow will take place for the second time round supporting the prestigious British Art Show 7, “In The Days Of The Comet” curated by Lisa le Feuvre & Tom Morton, for its nationwide launch at Nottingham Contemporary, The New Art Exchange and the Nottingham Castle Museum & Art Gallery.
Sideshow complements Nottingham’s growing artist-led scene and do-it-yourself attitude towards contemporary art. Sideshow is a unique city-wide event in Nottingham presenting a range of contemporary art exhibitions, ambitious new commissions, site specific public projects, artists talks, performances, screenings and music events in the artist-led spaces, studios and empty buildings of the city.
Joff and Ollie are responsible for producing all design and campaign material throughout the event.
The Framework homeless housing charity annual report designed in the style of The Guardian.
Design of three limited edition prints for the famous sheffield designer.
We are proud to announce the launch of Ink Posters’ web-shop.
Ink – ideas in print.
Ink Posters is a collaboration between Zoot and Joff and Ollie, selling collectible and limited edition screen prints designed for the home. It’s featured in the May edition of Wallpaper magazine, so why not take a look at the site and see what all the fuss is about.
David Mellor, Royal Designer for Industry, is a key figure in British design with an international reputation as designer, manufacturer and shopkeeper. We are currently designing a series of limited edition posters that celebrate key designs from one of Britain’s most influential designers.
As part of a major new installation entitled ‘The Noah Laboratory’ we’ve designed a new publication for artist John Newling. The publication has the look and feel of a newspaper and is currently being handed out to the public on Lincoln High Street. The recipients are asked to return the newspaper to the gallery where it will be processed into soil as part of the installation. The soil will then be used to grow silver birch saplings to be planted outside the gallery.
Fold out poster and ‘look book’ for fashion designer Kim Jones.
We’ve design a printed publication for Nottingham Contemporary to promote an off site show at Lord Byrons home Newstead Abbey. Byron is considered to be the first modern celebrity, so we developed a publication to promote the show that combined the look and feel of an 18th century document and a modern style magazine.
Joff and Ollie are the creative directors of Ink Posters. We developed a series of posters and a look and feel for the photography that shows limited edition screen prints in an average 30′s house.