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Pick Me Up
Contemporary Graphic Art Fair at Somerset House

22 March – 1 April 2012

Pick Me Up, the UK’s first annual contemporary graphic art fair and festival, celebrating graphic
arts in all its forms, returns for its biggest edition yet this spring. Open from 22 March to 1 April,
the fair will showcase the very best illustrators, graphic novelists, cartoonists, and graphic
designers from around the UK and the world with original works and prints available to
purchase from just £10. A selection of the most exciting graphic art collectives and galleries
have been invited to occupy Somerset House’s Embankment Galleries to create unique spaces
and installations, including Nelly Duff, the London gallery that represents among others Barack
Obama’s favourite street artist Ben Eine and the fine line drawings of Jessica Albarn, sister to
Blur’s Damon Albarn.
The fair offers the opportunity to meet the artists, watch them work and get involved, with a
lively events programme ranging from a children’s illustration weekend to a portrait booth with
Guardian regulars Modern Toss, workshops on comics and cartooning from Pick Me Up
favourites NoBrow and SelfMadeHero and a Paper Toy Workshop with Creative Review
magazine. New this year will be a space dedicated to workshops, live music, spoken word and
live drawing with a bar open every evening.
This year, Pick Me Up’s artists in residence will be the London based illustration collective
Peepshow, who will present their Museum of Objects and Origins and invite a rosta of special
guests, as well as running workshops throughout the fair.
Also part of the fair is Pick Me Up Selects, an exhibition of 20 specially selected international
rising stars of the graphic arts world including Riikka Sormunen, Mimi Leung and Zim and Zou.
Each will be producing new, exclusive work to see and buy.
As well as providing a platform for emerging talent, Daily Specials will bring the finest names in
illustration to the heart of the gallery on a daily basis including legendary graphic artist George
Hardie, who was responsible for many cult 60s and 70s album covers such as Led Zepplin's
debut and Pink Floyd's Dark Side of The Moon. Other guests will include Mr Bingo, character
designer James Jarvis, children’s book illustrators Bruce Ingman and Marion Deuchars, who
will run her Art Factory workshop for families at the fair.
Other highlights include East London based gallery Nelly Duff’s pop-up zoo of animal
characters made from a jungle of newly commissioned prints and independent publishing
champions Beach London’s selection of prints and range of limited edition and small-press
artists’ books and zines displayed in a vintage library setting. There will be international
contributions from Netherlands gallery Ship of Fools and Spanish duo Cachetejack, as well as
a special focus on talent from the South West of England from SOMA gallery and Scrumping
with Puck Studio. With lots more workshops and weekend events, as well as talks,
performances, DJs and portfolio reviews, the 11 day fair promises to be the most exciting yet.
All work on display at Pick Me Up is available to purchase with prices to suit every pocket from
£10 to £500. The full programme of exhibitors and events will be detailed on our website
For further press information and images contact Josephine Rodrigues, Somerset House PR
Manager +44 (0)20 7845 4638/ 4619 or Anna Larkin +44(0)7867 974088. …/ends Notes to Editors Pick Me Up Opening hours: 22 March – 1 April 2012, daily from 11.00 to 20.00 Somerset House, Embankment Galleries, Strand, London WC2R 1LA +44 (0)20 7845 4600 one day ticket £8, concessions £6, multiple entry pass (valid 22 March – 1 April not including talks in the screening room) £12 Nearest Underground Stations are: Temple, Covent Garden, Charing Cross and Embankment Available to download free from the Apple App Store and at from 1 March. The Pick Me Up App is a an interactive map and guide to the fair with daily updates. Pick Me Up Hashtag #pickmeuplondon Facebook Nelly Duff, a gallery based on Columbia Road in London’s East End, opened its doors in 2005 and takes its name from the rhyming slang for 'life' (duff rhymes with puff, which means 'breath of life'). The gallery prides itself on being one of the first Edition Houses and physical spaces in London to sell the work of pioneering international street artists from Sheffield to Sao Paolo. Nelly Duff’s pop-up zoo will be a jungle of animal prints from their artists including Barack Obama’s favorite street artist Ben Eine, Dr D, Jessica Albarn and Sweet Toof. A Two Pipe Problem Established in 2009, A Two Pipe Problem is a letterpress that has fast gained a reputation for designing and printing beautiful and exquisite work. The printer, designer, art director and envelope stuffer Stephen Kenny maintains an ethos of it all being about 'design by movable type' - no computers. For Pick Me Up, Stephen will be moving part of his studio from Walthamstow in East London (a 1930s proofing press and part of his wood type collection) to the fair. Visitors will be able to buy prints and cards, talk to Stephen about his work and the history of letterpress or have a go at printing one of his designs and take home the fruits of their labour. Landfill Editions Independent publishers Landfill Editions will launch a new collection of prints and objects at Pick Me Up 2012. Taking a 1971 design by legendary artist Eduardo Paolozzi as a starting point, the new works will be by contemporary artists whose approach resonates with Paolozzi's. The range will include bespoke printed plates, glassware, prints, books and ceramics that all branch out from a sculptural centrepiece and the original Paolozzi print itself. YCN is a collaborative creative company marrying a multi-disciplinary team with a growing roster of international illustrators. In their shop and library at 72 Rivington Street in London they show and sell exclusive artist books, prints and other lovingly produced collectables. YCN will be relocating their shop to Pick Me Up, proudly presenting some of the freshest illustration talent in the world for visitors to take home. Beach London Beach London is an East London based art gallery and bookshop dedicated to the best of the graphic arts and home to a revolving series of exhibitions and events. For Pick Me Up they will present a small-press library, with a focus on five of the most inspirational international small-press publishers: NoBrow (Eng), Museums Press (Sco), Lubok (Ger), Nieves (Swi) and Seems (USA). Each of these publishers will be showing their whole catalogues along with original prints. Ship of Fools Ship of Fools is a graphic art gallery based in the Netherlands. They describe it as “a place to find art that makes you smile, art that has a nice set of balls, is straight forward and honest”. Ship of Fools show art from people they believe in, not only names you know but also new ones. They come from all sorts of places, and all sorts of countries. For Pick Me Up they will show work from Julian Sirre, Jordy van den Nieuwendijk and Kuvva. Catchejack Cachetejack is the Spanish illustration duo, Nuria Bellver and Raquel Fanjul from Valencia. At Pick Me Up they will present their prints, postcards, books and zines and run a series of workshops based around collage, mask making and even key rings. People of Print Established in 2008, People of Print exhibits and sells the printed work of emerging and talented printmakers from across the globe. They work collaboratively with solo artists, studios, shops, agencies and collectives to develop a global community in the world of print. For Pick Me Up, they will show a selection of prints from their worldwide collection, including the likes of Bongout, Seripop, Jasper Goodall, Killer Acid, Mike Zimmerman, Heretic and many more. People of Print will also provide a series of hands-on print workshops demonstrating various methods of printmaking so visitors can participate in creating their own print or t-shirt from a selection of ready made designs. Soho Warriors Football Club Founded by illustrators Chris and Matthew Dent, the Soho Warriors Football Club (SWFC) is a group of 20 men who play football together and work together to create exciting football inspired projects. The team consists of artists, illustrators, designers, photographers, web designers and filmmakers fusing their love of football with their creative backgrounds. For Pick me Up 2012 SWFC will show a selection of work by illustrators including Adrian Johnson and Matthew Dent. Peepshow The Peepshow collective was founded in 2000 by a group of University of Brighton graduates who continue to collaborate on projects involving illustration, advertising, art direction, moving image, set design, mixed media installation and fashion and textile design for clients including MTV, The Guardian and BBC. For Pick me Up 2012, Peepshow will be the fair’s artists in residence and bring together a collection of made paper artifacts including drawings, objects, prints, and costumes, to be housed in their very own Pitt Rivers inspired Museum of Objects and Origins. Exhibiting items from an invented past, the collection will also be a living, growing, changing display as themed workshops with the public will create new works to fill the final few empty cabinets. Peepshow will host a series of workshops with special guests throughout the fair (details in notes to editors). Puck Studio Puck Studio is a creative studio based in East London led by illustrators David Gibbons and Robbie Wilkinson with a focus on illustration, print making, vinyl displays and installations. At this year’s Pick Me Up they will present Scrumping, an eclectic and exciting range of some of the best creative talents working in the South West of England. From established greats to emerging talents, Scrumping is a celebration of what the South West illustration scene has to offer in and around an apple tree like work station where prints will be hung from its branches for visitors to view and pluck. Print Club London Print Club London is an East London print studio and will be returning to Pick Me Up for the third time this year with their fully functioning print studio. Visitors will be able to see the full process of creating a screen print as well as pulling their own print for a bargain £15. SOMA Bristol based contemporary illustration and graphic design gallery Soma was established in 2004.They specialise in limited edition prints by illustrators, printmakers and graphic designers. For Pick Me Up 2012 they will show new work by Andy Smith, Crispin Finn, Tom Frost, Peskimo and Gemma Correll. MANY HANDS Many Hands is a brand new online store selling an eclectic range of contemporary prints and products. Our artists are established illustrators with an impressive roster of clients, whose products are a creative outlet alongside their commercial work. Customers can browse and buy the work of a range of selected artists on our store, then look forward to receiving it straight from the artist themselves. Every day of Pick Me Up one of our artists, including Owen Gildersleeve, Lizzy Stewart, Ryan Todd, Sister Arrow, Stone and Spear and Many Hands founders Adam Ellison and Ciara Phelan, will be in residence, running workshops and special promotions. Exhibition Pick Me Up will showcase the best and most interesting new graphic art talent with the 20 designers and illustrators chosen for the Pick Me Up Selects exhibition that runs alongside the fair. A selection panel of distinguished figures from the graphics world including Camilla Parsons, Outline Editions; John O’Reilly, Varoom magazine; Angharad Lewis, Grafik Magazine; Liz Farrelly, writer and the curatorial team at Somerset House, have hand-picked the artists to exhibit everything from watercolours and collage to paper sculpture. A work by each of the artists will be available in a limited edition postcard box set for just £12. The artists are Sarah Beetson, Tim McDonagh, Tim Enthoven, Yoko Furusho, Paul X Johnson, Matthew the Horse, Michael Kirkham, Mimi Leung, Sac Magique, Sarah Maycock, Yuko Michishita, Jon McNaught, Martin Nicolausson, Niki Pilkington, David Sparshott, Kristjana S Williams, Phil Wrigglesworth, Riikka Sormunen, Zeloot and Zim&Zou. Events Entry to most events is drop in and on a first come first served basis, visitors are advised to arrive early to avoid disappointment. Thursday 22 March Daily Special Space Daily Special: Hate Mail Live with Mr Bingo For just £10, the self-styled ‘Master of the Pens’, Mr Bingo will write you an offensive message and pen an original signed drawing on the back of a vintage postcard. Events Space Graphic artists from the Pick Me Up Selects exhibition will talk about what informs and inspires their work along with a sneaky peak at their sketch books. Kibbo Kift is a revelry of poetry, music and art that takes its inspiration from the happenings of the 1960s and at Pick Me Up will celebrate the multi-disciplined creatives of today with performances from graphic artists and illustrators who also write poetry, stories and perform music. Friday 23 March Daily Special Space Illustrator and designer Anthony Burrill will host a typographic sticker collage workshop where visitors can create their own typographic postcard to take home. Events Space Paper Toy Workshop with Creative Review Magazine Creative Review magazine presents the chance to create brilliant paper toys based on Parisian artist Guillaume Pain, aka Tougui’s three dimensional characters. Saturday 24 March & Sunday 25 March Children’s Illustration Weekend Drawing workshops from top children’s illustrators including Marion Deuchars and Bruce Ingman, along with storytelling, animation screenings and drawing for all the family: Saturday 24 March Daily Special Space Daily Special: Marion Deuchars’ Art Factory Award winning illustrator Marion Deuchars will present a family friendly drawing workshop where visitors will be able to follow her instructions to make their own artworks based on her popular book ‘Let’s Make Great Art’. Events Space Aardman Model Making Workshop (3 one hour workshops) Join Aardman model-maker, Jim Parkyn for a chance to model your very own Gromit. During his time on’ Wallace and Gromit’ Jim worked on a number of models including Gromit, a long list of villagers and was a one of the team of Bunny Builders for a great many rabbits. Sunday 25 March Daily Special Space Daily Special: Bruce Ingman’s Picture Book Fun Children’s illustrator Bruce Ingman will host a family workshop where visitors will be able to create their own animal characters and turn them into a very special cake design. Screening Room International contemporary digital arts and design organization Onedotzero will present a rolling animation programme with a selection of fun-packed shorts hand-picked for the new digital generation of young motion aficionados. Monday 26 March Daily Special Space Daily Special: Ian Wright & George Hardie Collage artist and illustrator Ian Wright and legendary record sleeve illustrator and designer George Hardie (designer of sleeves for Led Zeppelin and Pink Floyd) will collaborate on ‘The Drawing Olympics’ which includes ‘The Fastest Idea for a Drawing’ and ‘Synchronised Drawing’. Events Space Illustration magazine Flamingo will recreate a 50s style newsroom where they will put together a special Pick Me Up issue with visitors able to contribute illustrations and words of their own along with their own photographic portraits adorned with Flamingo’s illustrated props. Tuesday 27 March Accomplished artist and designer Si Scott, known for his work for Matthew Williamson, Vogue, Nike, Tiffany & Co and Sony to name a few, will present a day long drawing project. Events Space Budding illustrators are invited to present their portfolios to an esteemed panel of experts including illustrator Si Scott, Greg Burne from Big Active, Fallon’s Sarah Thompson and Elle art director Tom Meredith among others. Wednesday 28 March Events Space Budding illustrators are invited to present their portfolios to an esteemed panel of experts including illustrator Si Scott, Greg Burne from Big Active, Fallon’s Sarah Thompson and Elle art director Tom Meredith among others. Thursday 29 March Events Space Artists in residence Peepshow present an evening of live music and live drawing with Monsterism creator Pete Fowler and other exciting guests from the worlds of illustration and music. Daily Special Space Jody Barton comes all the way from Denmark to share his methods behind his humorous and visceral styling. An expert in words and their relation to images he will be offering to draw family crests on request, Barton-style. Friday 30 March Daily Special Space Fashion illustrator Jason Brooks has worked on some of the most instantly recognisable fashion editorial images of recent times as well as the visual identity for record labels, most notably club label Hedkandi. Jason will be producing small drawings for sale throughout the day. Events Space Clinic, a poetry, arts and music platform who bring together musicians, poets and artists to collaborate, will invite visitors to take up pens and create their own design for the back cover of Clinic’s latest anthology. Saturday 31 March Daily Special Space Illustrator and owner of Amos, character toy company responsible for the iconic ‘Martin’, ‘King Ken’ and many more, will create a series of drawings based on his characters as well as observational drawings. Events Space NoBrow magazine and illustrators Jack Teagle and Liam Barrett present a free for all, all day drawathon comic book workshop. Sunday 1 April Daily Special Space Daily Special: Modern Toss’ Portrait Booth Jon Link and Mick Bunnage, the genius behind the global cult comic Modern Toss, will run an all day portrait booth where they will imortalise willing visitors’ faces in pencil onto ready-made screen-printed bodies provided by Ink_d Gallery. Events Space Graphic novel publishers SelfMadeHero will present a drop in illustration workshops led by graphic novelists Catherine Anyango, Andrzej Kimowski and many more. Talks Programme All talks will take place in the Screening Room. Tickets are all £8, £5 Concessions, and can be booked in advance at Friday 23 March 18.30-19.30 Graphic design writer and curator Liz Farrelly will host a panel discussion exploring the enduring creative links between music and the graphic arts. Monday 26 March 18.30-19.30 Peepshow Collective Pick Me Up artists in residence the Peepshow collective will talk about what inspires their work as individuals and as a collective. Wednesday 28 March 14.00-15.00 A talk from Derek Brazell, illustrator and Projects Manager at the Association of Illustrators, on the first steps to starting a successful career in illustration covering self promotion, pricing, licensing, copyright and much more. Friday 30 March 18.30-19.30 D&AD hosts a Sharpner talk exploring the subject of Graphic Novels with a Comics Studies panel who will talk through the world of the graphic novel from the fun to the fanatical.


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