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Something For The Weekend: ARTCRANK ‘Bike – inspired Art’

Adam Dedman

First Floor 25-28 Field Street London WC1X9DA United Kingdom www.dogearedfilms.co.uk/gallery
ARTCRANK, billed as “A poster party for bike people,” will host its fourth annual show in London near Kings Cross Station at Dog Eared Films on Saturday 24th August, 2012.

ARTCRANK 2012 | Time Lapse from ARTCRANK on Vimeo.

Participating Artists
Adam Dedman, Anthony Oram, Bill Matthews, Bob Motown, Chris Henley, Chris Verbick, Dan Mather, Eliza Southwood, James Greig, Jamie Gallagher, Joseph Warren, Lauren van Helmond, Mark Hind, Mat Pringle, Max Lockwood, Neill Pitt, Pete Locke, Peter Jackson, Rebecca Kaye, Richard Baker, Rob Wilson, Simon Fitzmaurice.

ARTCRANK LDN will feature hand-made, bike-inspired posters created by artists from the UK. Admission is free, and limited edition, signed and numbered copies of all posters will be
available for £30 each.

Where you find bikes, you’re sure to find creative minds, and ARTCRANK London is no exception. At the 24 August opening night party, a selection of fine art prints will be available for purchase, with a portion of proceeds going to support The Otesha Project, a nonprofit organization that uses bicycles to teach young people self-reliance and sustainable living. Dark Star Brewing will be providing tasty ales and Look Mum No Hands will be serving up fresh EPO coffee from Paniagua. Lezyne will be flaunting their supremely slick lighting and inflation gear. Hit+Run will crank out live screenprinted T-shirts and posters on Colorplan paper.



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