What are you doing on 28 August? We’ll be at Oval Space for Nicer Tuesdays, listening to a line-up which includes newly appointed Pentagram partner Sascha Lobe, illustrator and ceramicist Charlotte Mei and Luke Evans will be showing us his photography that will alter your perception of everyday life. Tickets are now available, here, so you can join us too!
Following your request in our recent audience survey, this month we’ll also be offering a discounted rate for those coming in a group of four or more!
Sascha Lobe is a name many graphic designers will recognise. With several accolades, including over 100 international design awards, earlier this year it was announced Sascha would move from his role at L2M3 Communication Design to become the latest Pentagram partner in London. To welcome him to London’s design scene, Sascha will be taking the Nicer Tuesdays audience through his impressive design career explaining how he got to this prestigious point.
Luke Evans is a photographer who bends a viewer’s eye. With a joyful attitude that takes objects and catapults them into something entirely new with the help of his lens, Luke’s images are never quite as they seem. After taking a break over the past few years during a brief experience with cancer, Luke will be taking the Nicer Tuesday’s audience through his personal journey and his eye-opening comeback project, Second Nature.
Charlotte Mei is an illustrator whose medium switches and swaps whenever she’s sees fit. Whether it’s a painting, a line drawing or a ceramic object, Charlotte’s pieces encapsulate a certain cuteness that has seen clients and fans fall for her time and time again. Constantly working on new pieces, Charlotte will be talking through her many methods of working and sharing the personal projects that go onto to inform her client-based work.
- “I’ve landed on my planet now”: Sebaldo on refining his bonkers animated characters
- Syncope by Virgile Flores explores the duality between graphic design and music
- Louise Daneels makes playful, ceramic illustrations of everyday objects
- Maroesjka Lavigne’s debut monograph captures unforgettable landscapes and their inhabitants
- Painter Igor Moritz's vivid paintings express the colours of inner life
- Meet Take Care, a magazine tackling the UK’s housing crisis
- Turning her lens to those around her, Danna Singer reveals the story of a working class community
- Kyle Berger’s Photoshopped images exist in “a post-truth timeline”
- The climate crisis is daunting, but as a creative professional, there’s much you can do
- Elizabeth Hibbard’s unsettling photographs examine subjective experience with a visceral gaze
- “My creativity is sparked by music and architecture”: meet graphic designer Stephanie Specht
- Adventure Time’s finale nominated for Emmy, alongside BoJack and Big Mouth