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High Roller Society presents ‘Secrets of the Sticker Shed’ on Saturday 24th March

Thursday, March 22nd, 2012

SECRETS OF THE STICKER SHED – Sticker Making Workshop, Sticker Release & Group Show – Workshop: Saturday 24 March 1.00-5.00 PM

The Gallery will be open on Saturday and Sunday, 24th & 25th March from 12 Noon-6.00 PM

To kick off the new year, High Roller Society hosts our first-ever sticker making workshop, led by esteemed sticky-fingered extraordinaire, Stickee Rich, who celebrates 25 years of this hip handicraft.  See what happens behind the closed doors of the ‘Sticker Shed’ with a step-by-step demo of the entire sticker making process, from creating the artwork, to making the screens, to contour-cutting a sticky masterpiece.  Those attending will be encouraged to get their hands dirty with sqeegee lessons and a free-style sticker station. The Workshop begins promptly at 1.00pm with an introductory brief and demonstration, but we won’t stick you up if you’re late– All are welcome to drop in at anytime throughout the afternoon.

Also in the Gallery: New Stickers Released by tenacious favourites Mighty Mo, Rowdy, Aida, Nylon, Sweet Toof, Tek33, and Stickee.  Plus: An impromptu group exhibition of assorted treats from the streets to adhere your eyes.  Get stuck in!

The Workshop will be Family-Friendly and Free, with a suggested donation of £2 per person. Materials and refreshments will be provided.

Info & RSVP: info@highrollersociety.co.uk

High Roller Society and Alex Daw present the Shoreditch Underground Art Fair

Tuesday, December 13th, 2011

High Roller Society and Alex Daw present Season Ticket the Shoreditch Underground Art Fair that opens on Thursday night with a Private View. Season Ticket will run until Sunday 18th December at The Old Shoreditch Station, Pedley Street E1
Info & RSVP: info@highrollersociety.co.uk or info@alexdaw.com

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It is Merry Printsmas at High Roller Society’s December Show

Tuesday, November 29th, 2011

Using rather rudimentary gouged tools to carve into a linoleum sheet may seem the stuff of a school art class, but BIG ASS Linocuts and Linomations takes this technique to an impressive, large-scale level. Recalling the traditions of fundamental image-making, linocut plays equally upon drawing, carving, and printmaking to present bold graphic images.  Being extremely labour intensive and time consuming is all par for the course with this form of relief printing, where preparation and technique are everything.

High Roller Society presents ‘Savant’ 7 International Artists Present ‘New Gothic Art’ In Its Prime from 29th October

Thursday, October 20th, 2011

High Roller Society presents Savant’ where  7 International Artists Present ‘New Gothic Art’ In Its Prime from 29th October to 27th November featuring work by Erik Tidemann – Richard Stipl – Derek Mainella – James Unsworth – Joe Becker – Peggy Kouroumalos – Rory Dean

OPENING NIGHT: FRIDAY 28 OCT 7.00-10.00 PM – Unit 10, Palmers Road, London E2 0SY

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High Roller Society presents new works by Mr. Penfold, Cyclop-Sweet Toof, Mighty Mo + Sweet Toof and Rowdy

Friday, October 7th, 2011

High Roller Society presents new works by Mr. Penfold, Mighty Mo + Sweet Toof, Cyclop-Sweet Toof and Rowdy. Click here to see more images and find out more.

CYCLOPS-SWEET TOOF: Last Night

A blast from the past by two of London’s most prolific artists, Cyclops and Sweet Toof are notoriously known for their collaborative street characters that have since transformed and transgressed. Adopted from their earlier days, this ‘Lenny’ print is finally on the loose! Exclusive to High Roller Society, these prints are entirely hand-made using a cut linoleum plate, then each individually painted with acrylic, ink and glitter. Hand coloured lino-cut print with gold glitter toof. Edition of 20. 24 x 32 cm Numbered, and signed by both artists. Contact High Roller Society for more information

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