23 & 24 JANUARY 2019 | OLD TRUMAN BREWERY

Kill Me Now


Jacket Required Presents



 
Pop Artist and Psychedelic Illustrator Luke McLean continues to evolve as a creative force.
 
With work featured on everything from album sleeves, to fashion, homeware and even beer bottles - McLean has amassed a diverse range of international clients over the past 20 years across the music, film and fashion industries - including collaborations with a variety of bands, brands and labels such as U2, Supergrass, Motorhead, Shakespears Sister, The Horrors, Andrew Weatherall, Red Bull, Wrangler, You Must Create and London Fields Brewery.
 
Embracing pop art, psychedelic gig posters and graffiti alongside the odd, the everyday and the sometimes surreal - McLean’s personal work spans limited edition prints and
canvases.

His playful, visual language and image-making continues to innovate and surprise.
 
Gaining an increasing level of recognition within the worlds of art and fashion, this year saw the opening of his own gallery space in Margate, Kent.
 
Embracing his enthusiasm, curiosity and keen eye for detail, this season Jacket Required partners with Luke McLean, owner of Kill Me Now gallery, to present a collection of his own works along with locally and globally sourced pieces from the following artists:

David Shillinglaw
Le Gun
Steph von Reiswitz
Pure Evil
Hayden Kays
Will Sweeney
Robert Rubbish
Neal Fox
Heretic Spectral Nation
Kate Harrison
Linocutboy
Babak Ganjei
Adelina Sasnauskaite
Chris Bianchi
Hermetic
Lilly Mixe
William Blanchard
Bill Bragg
Subway Lung
Luke Insect
Paul Camo

 
In a dedicated exhibition space accessed from 4 Dray Walk, The Old Truman Brewery - the selection of prints, canvasses, t-shirts and ceramics will be on show to both buyers and the public during the Jacket Required July 2018 dateline, with all artwork available for purchase.
 


 
Wednesday 25 July & Thursday 26 July 2018

4 Dray Walk
The Old Truman Brewery
London
E1 6QL



killmenow.gallery


   



Personality crisis




Robert Rubbish




Heretic



William Blanchard