We mentioned this in the Things To Do In London If You Like Comics article. But thought it may be deserving of a greater spotlight. Frazer Irving, comic book artist on the likes of Gutsville, Klarion, Batman And Robin, Iron Man and Annihilator, has a brand new thing.
Playful Inversions is a free art exhibition at Chelsea Library in Chelsea Old Town Hall on the King’s Road, London. It showcases the launch of his first collaboration with Unbound Publishing. Also called Playful Inversions, an illustrated compendium of creative collaboration.
The exhibition is running until Monday 17th September. And next week sees a Private View on Wednesday 12th September from 5:30pm. Tickets can be booked here.
The exhibition has been organised by London Graphic Novel Network, with support from Arts Council England. Here’s a peek…
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