Our News Archive for July 2010

Co-founder of artists collective and printing press Lazy Gramophone, Philip Levine, tells jotta the story of LG's inception and the loving creation process of their next handmade publication, Skeletons In The Closet, launching this Sunday in London.

LG stall - Backyard market, Brick Lane

• Thursday 22nd Jul 2010

Come and see us this Saturday 24th July at the Backyard Market area off Brick Lane. We will have a grand selection of letter pressed stationary, our publications, art prints, biltong (yes) and more on sale. Plus you get to meet us in person and say hello!

Newsletter July 2010

• Sunday 18th Jul 2010

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Ghin Liew commission

• Thursday 15th Jul 2010

LG artist Ghin Liew has been commissioned to create visuals for a water screen at the Big Chill and LAtitude festivals this summer. Read more here.

Liz Adams' poetry displayed by Morphrog

• Monday 5th Jul 2010

A selection of Liz Adams' poetry is currently being displayed by the online journal Morphrog. Morphrog promotes experimental and traditional forms of poetry and is edited by the editors of The Frogmore papers.

To see: Liz's work on Morphrog

Liz Adams' book of poetry, Green Dobermans, will be published by Lazy Gramophone in 2011.

Dan Prescott exhibits with Two Magpies

• Thursday 1st Jul 2010

Dan Prescott, Lazy Gramophone comrade and resident typesetter, will be exhibiting a selection of his artworks and illustrations throughout July and August at the Mill House cafe-restaurant on Windsor's Peascod Street, as part of the exhibition Fragments.

Dan has exhibited in and around London, most notably at the Macbeth Gallery in Hoxton, the Hospital Club in Covent Garden, Angel tube station and in the cafĂ© at the Institute of Contemporary Arts, St James' Park. He was also part of the fund-raising, collaborative art initiative, Love in the Sky, in association with the ICA.

Through his involvement with Lazy Gramophone, Dan has designed, typeset and/or illustrated titles for the collective's publishing arm, Lazy Gramophone Press. A number of the images featured in this exhibition were created for Lazy Gramophone Press's latest publication, The Book of Apertures.

Fragments is the second bi-monthly exhibition organised and curated by the Two Magpies. After a debut show of painting and photography, the summer show is filled with mainly illustrative drawing and graphic work by young local artists.

Fragments will be on show from 1st July - 31st August 2010 at Mill House, 11 Peascod Street, Windsor SL4 1DT

Contact: twomagpiesfind@yahoo.co.uk for more info or an invitation to the Private View