We’re proud to be hosting the first London exhibit of works by acclaimed illustrator Antony Hare.
Antony specializes in mostly black & white line-based illustration. His portaits of actors, directors, and literary figures have been featured in the New Yorker, Vanity Fair, and the New York Times.
Although his work looks like it was created using traditional pen and ink, Antony developed his own unique vector inking style in 1999 using his second-hand Wacom tablet and Adobe Illustrator. His signature teardrop process is the deceptively simple task of drawing dark and light vector brush strokes to sculpt infinitely-resizable graphic art. It more closely resembles ink than it does typical vector art.
The show runs until June 1st, and features rare and limited edition framed work, as well as prints from $20.