Wednesday, 29 December 2010

A couple of things...

That I'm really keen on checking out in London town are The Print Club shop on Brick Lane which opened in December. There are prints from 40 artists including Mr Bingo, James Joyce, Jamie Reid, Ryan Todd, Pure Evil, Eine, Serge Seidlitz, Si Scott, Gary Taxali and Sarah King. 

I've spent most of the holiday period so far sorting through loads of old lead type in order to get my Letterpress up and running for 2011! So I though it would be rude of me not to check out Reverting to Type at Standpoint Gallery to check out what I'm up against! The exhibition is curated by Graham Bignell of The New North Press and graphic designer Richard Ardagh and features practitioners from all over to world. Lovely!

Friday, 24 December 2010

Bundles of happiness!

Merry Christmas everyone - see you in the new year! 
Love Paper Heart xxx

Friday, 17 December 2010

Thanks for the free day off!

Got to get me one of these royal memorial plates available from KK Outlet from January 15th- looking forward to the 4 day bender!

Monday, 13 December 2010

Stoke Newington Christmas market!

Hello peeps, just to let you know that Paper Heart will be selling some tasty treats at one more Christmas market - this Sunday 19th Dec at Stoke Newington Town Hall . Its free entry so come on down!!

Wednesday, 8 December 2010

The 2011 Mighty Moustache Calendar

Dun Dun Dun....The 2011 Mighty Moustache Calendar is here...'Hoorah' I hear you say. 

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Thursday, 2 December 2010

Wonder Hill High Market

Paper Heart will be selling some more treats this Saturday 4th December at Wonder Hill High Market at The Boogaloo in Highgate. Hope to see you all there xx

Wednesday, 1 December 2010

Amusing Art

I trekked down to the Tate Modern yesterday in the snow - which wasn't really as difficult as it sounds. By far my favourite artist was David Shrigley, I love his twisted humour - a perfect example of how art doesn't have to be taken so seriously.