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Sun, 21 September 2014

Sara Thorn and Colin Sheppard Pop Up/exhibition

Filed under: art, Exhibitions — site admin @ 8:57 am

Mixed Prints is a collaborative Pop Up/exhibition over 4 days between two Melbourne design icons - Sara Thorn and Colin Sheppard.
Opening Wed 8th - Sunday 12 October at Fort Delta in the Captiol Arcade, 113 Swanston Street, Melbourne. Featuring hand made prints with a eclectic eye for hybrid influences.
Part exhibition, showing screen print & batik processes and a pop up shop offering limited edition clothing/home wares to purchase in an art house context.
Mixed Prints POP Up/Exhibtion will present different print techniques for cloth and fashion exploring screen print, batik and its interface with fashion.
it will feature the processes of print as captured through the screen prints of doitbaby by Colin Sheppard and the Sara Thorn Project.
doitbaby factory label are Colin Sheppard and Brett Gillespie.
Colin has a history of hand painted sign writing and scenic art for both the home and the workplace. He works with Melbourne Theatre Company, painting sets and props in their scenic art dept. Brett has a Masters degree in Fine Arts - Printmaking.

doitbaby Factory is hand designed and hand screen printed. It is not mass produced, and does not threaten the environment, using 100% non toxic inks that are printed onto 100% certified organic cotton.
Every limited edition screen print is a unique wearable piece of art. Every procedure in the making of these garments is carried out locally in Melbourne

Sara Thorn draws influence from her earlier work in the eighties with Galaxy & Abyss. Bold , graphic themes are juxtaposed with hand written spells and drawings of poodles with wings in a eclectic mix of custom tshirts, leggings and easy wear pieces.

Sara will be celebrating the launch of UNIQUE BATIK - hand made batik mens shirts,cushions and silk crinkle scarf…Prepare for the batik Revival c/o textile nomad Sara Thorn!
Find this event on Facebook here: www.facebook.com/events/696417697099070/

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