The next exhibition adorning the walls is brought to you by Bristol based artist Lizzie Stone, starting with a launch night on September the 28th and running Mon-Fri until the 28th of October.
Lizzie Stone creates beautiful marriages of texture and colour, governed by the character of material and paint.
Join us on the launch night from 7pm for some music and drinks to accompany Lizzie's stunning artwork. With original unseen pieces on show and limited edition prints you'll get to experience Lizzie's style old and new.
All pieces are available to buy and we will be accepting cash and card throughout the exhibition.
To get yourself a taste before the show find Lizzie here:
We can't wait to be surrounded by her pieces, make sure you come down and see them for yourself!
Want to learn to screenprint? YEAH YOU DO.
Each course is 4 evening sessions, every week for a month. The classes are run on the ground floor of the building in their fully equipped screen printing studio. Each student gets their own work space and their own screens. At the end of the course, you'll get yourself three colour, A2 prints of your own design do as you wish with!
The course is £200 - this includes all paper, ink, screen prep and 3 skilled course tutors. With a max of 5 students in each session get yourself booked in before someone else does.
J.A.P.P & Ejecto's present : ‘The north’s worst salesman’
Opening night shenanigans, Friday 16th June, 5pm - 11pm Two's Company Studios 61 Old Market Street BS2 0EJ
Northern-based designer, illustrator, graffiti artist, former world record breaking ASBO holder and general surface botherer ‘Eject’ is taking over ‘Two's Company Studio's’ in association with J.A.P.P with an exhibition of Americana advertising nonsense, confusing consumerism and twisted thoughts, as he takes on his new identity as ‘The world’s north’s greatest worst salesman’.
Influenced by Disney, Ren & Stimpy and Nickelodeon (to name a few), Eject’s work mixes bold typography with his love of graffiti, sign writing, retro packaging and a weird obsession for twisted saccharin characters with shady, ulterior motives.
You can also see his graffiti murals, street pieces and various restaurant/bar interiors all over the UK and Europe – and some of his trademark demons are even keeping a beady eye on Tokyo’s neon streets. But save yourself the bother and the bus fair, and get yourself down for the opening night show. No mugs. Drinks Bar. Good times.
The show is currently still running so please pop down and take a look, if you would like a private view please get in contact with us.
Check the slideshow for the fresh stuff!