‘100 Houses’ brings together 100 national and international image-makers from illustrators to street artists in support of housing and homelessness charity Shelter.
Given the theme of “house” each artist has produced a unique piece of artwork specifically for this exhibition, to launch at the vibrant, South Bristol Cafe/Bar, Tobacco Factory in November. Sales from the 100 original pieces of artwork hope to generate a significant contribution to the ongoing work of the charity Shelter in its work to help people find and keep a decent home.
I was chuffed to bits when curator Paul Roberts asked me to take part in the show. I’ve been working on my own submission this week (featured above) which will be available at the exhibit, as a one off digital print.
Just some of the other confirmed artists include: Jon Boam, Lee Crutchley, Jack Teagle, Ferris Plock, Kelly Tunstall, Matt ‘Lunartik’ Jones, Sarah Ray, John Pound, Michael Sieben, also included are members of Brothers of the Stripe and Bristol collective Drawn in Bristol.
100 Houses will be opening The Tobacco Factory, Bristol on November 16th and will be up until the 30th after which work will be put into an online shop for one month only.
There will be a website going live in October which will have all work available to view online with links to all the artists. In the meantime, you can keep up with all the submissions on Twitter by following the hashtag #100Houses
For press enquieries, or for more information about the show, email Paul Roberts on firstname.lastname@example.org