Studio manager Adam Bridgland collaborated with artist Lee Johnson to create a series of fly posted works for the a site specific installation at Kettle's Yard, Cambridge.
Working in collaboration with artist Lee Johnson, the pair created a series of screen printed fly posters
in the Jealous Print Studio to adorn the hoardings of Kettle's Yard, Cambridge as the famous gallery undergoes a major refurbishment before reopening
The phrase Art is Language is repeated in acid colours over black & white background images. The images are close-up photographs of paintings of speech bubbles direct from the artist’s studio. Dribbles of oil paint evoke abstract expressionism, which are then contrasted by spray paint, which is associated more often with graffiti and street art.
In a unique handmade alphabet, the phrase Art is Language is scrawled across the background image, and beneath
it–in the same handmade alphabet–is an anagram, one of three: Guitar as Angel; Gestural Again; Gargantua Lies. Each anagram relates to the
creative disciplines of music, literature, poetry and art.
The message of Art is Language is simple: art is everywhere, and is a language just as common as the language that we read and speak daily; we just need to learn how to read it.
Rokesly Art Week x Jealous x Ben Eine
Jealous were thrilled to be invited back to Rokesly Junior School for our annual Art Week Project with the kids of Year 4.
With previous projects including a protest in the school playground, a giant jigsaw and finally collaborating with Ai Wei Wei.
So who better to call in for our 2018 project, than our long-time collaborator and friend, Mr Ben Eine.
For this project, we created a 1 colour screenprint in Eine’s iconic Circus font which read ‘Imagination’. We then armed the kids with every colour of Sharpie to collaborate with Eine to add handfinished colour.
And best of all? We got to have our annual school dinner! Huge thanks to all the kids and staff at Rokesly for a brilliant day!
Jealous Prize Winners 2018
Now entering it’s ninth year, the Jealous Prize is an established award in the London Masters Fine Art graduate course calendar. Conceived in 2009 the Jealous Prize is given to MA students from London’s most prestigious Fine Art courses. This year we welcome our first winner from City and Guilds London Art School, Oli Epp. He is joined by Slade Graduate Fleur Yearsley.