Screen-printed gigposter : Queens Of The Stone Age – Jemma Treweek
Brighton based Jemma is exhibiting with us again this year we’re pleased to announce!
Her fanciful swirling horses, dotted moths and marionettes are poised to dazzle and daze and we’re very sure that, as is always the case, a good number of the unwitting public will fall under her spell and reach for their purses – so, act quick if you spot a candied treat that would brighten some corner of your home…
…someone else will get their hands on your precious otherwise!
Look out for broken dolls, jeweled divas and petticoat-ed viragoes! All adorned with busy intricate patterns, slightlydelic swirls and more recently accompanied by the fairground-ride script of fellow Sussex artist Dan Johnson
Screen-printed gigposter : She Keeps Bees – Jemma Treweek
Screen-Printed Gig-Poster : QOTSA – Michael Cowell
If we didn’t know for sure that Michael Cowell came from Nottingham originally, we’d have suspected he landed in London after a battle in Asgard. Often making posters for artists from the darker, heavier, doomier parts of the spectrum we are impressed that his eardrums are still in good working order…
Look for posters encrypted with iconography, totemic imagery and mystic runes, there is some deeper story locked in the symbolism.
Screen-Printed Gig-Poster : Josh T Pearson – Michael Cowell
Screen-Printed Gig-Poster : She Keeps Bees – Jemma Treweek
Jemma is one of only 4 female poster designers exhibiting in The Stick Up this year – we hope to address that balance in future shows, as this is not a totally male dominated industry… Anyhow, unashamedly girly, we think Jemma’s pieces will add a flavour that would have been missed in it’s absence… parma violets probably.
Look out for bright attention grabbing colours and fanciful details that betray her background in textile and pattern design.