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“This Must Be The Place” – Faesthetic Show at Scion Installation LA, 2009

Posted in Color, Exhibitions, Gluekit, Photographs by Gluekit on June 22, 2009

Gluekit Wall (Final) / "This Must Be The Place" show curated by Faesthetic, 2009 / Scion Installation LA

Gluekit / "This Must Be The Place" show curated by Faesthetic, 2009 / Scion Installation LA

Gluekit Wall (Detail 1) / "This Must Be The Place" show curated by Faesthetic, 2009 / Scion Installation LA

Gluekit Wall (Detail) / "This Must Be The Place" show curated by Faesthetic, 2009 / Scion Installation LA

Gluekit Wall / "This Must Be The Place" show curated by Faesthetic, 2009 / Scion Installation LA

Gluekit Wall (Detail) / "This Must Be The Place" show curated by Faesthetic, 2009 / Scion Installation LA

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Images of Gluekit’s installation at Faesthetic’s first LA curated show, This Must Be The Place, at the SCION Space gallery in Culver City. Featuring the work of Gluekit, Matt Curry, Maxwell Loren Holyoke-Hirsch, Skullphone, Damien Correll, Dan Funderburgh, Joel Speasmaker & Jemma Hostetler. The exhibition features nine American artists from the Faesthetic family who represent the diverse styles appearing in the magazine, and is comprised of art centered around a theme of “Home,” and loosely limited to a 2 color palette, just like an issue of Faesthetic.

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Hey, Cut It Out!

Posted in Announcement, Color, Exhibitions by Gluekit on March 15, 2009

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Last night we attended the opening of Cut It Out, a great new show full of scissor-friendly magic at Open Space in Beacon, New York in the very beautiful Hudson Valley. The show was curated by the fantastically prodigious Mike Perry, who coincidentally also has a solo show, Patterns Found in Space, at Giant Robot in New York. Lots to check out! Cut It Out is chock full of work by great folks like Maya Wild, Damien Correll, Wyeth Hansen, Garrett Morin, Anna Wolf, Jim Datz, and loads of other talented paper fiends. We were thrilled to contribute some work too. The show is up until April 5, and makes a great destination for a day trip!

Click Click Click!

Posted in Color, Exhibitions, Part of It by Gluekit on October 14, 2008

We thought we’d share a recent snapshot from the It’s Nice That “Original Format” Exhibition, currently on display at the Plymouth College of Art and Design. We blogged about it earlier this month, and were so excited to see the wonderful pictures that the It’s Nice That crew have made available of the show. This was one of our favorites from the set, and features one of the tote bags that Genevieve Gauckler designed for our Part of It project (lower right).

Its (A Very) Nice (Exhibition)

Posted in Events, Exhibitions, Gluekit, Part of It by Gluekit on September 30, 2008

The first in a series of exhibitions featuring work posted on the design blog It’s Nice That (a very nice blog that we love) is now on in the UK! 130 pieces of original work by Anthony Burrill, Build, Scott Garrett, Tom Gauld, HelloVon, Mario Hugo, James Joyce, Kate Moross, Jason Munn, Damien Poulain, Rob Ryan, Alex Trochut, Dominic Wilcox, Wilfred Wood and many more– including two of Genevieve Gauckler’s designs from Gluekit’s Part of It project– are featured. Here are the details:

It’s Nice That // Original Format

24 September — 24 October 2008

The Viewpoint GalleryPlymouth College of Art, Tavistock Place, Plymouth, Devon, PL4 6PW

Monday to Thursday, 09.00 — 17.00
Friday, 09.00 — 17.30
Saturday, 00.10 — 12.00
Sunday, closed
A show in London is scheduled later in the year…

Greetings From New Haven!

Posted in Collage, Color, Exhibitions, Made, Photographs, Yale by Gluekit on September 3, 2008

Our package with two postcards for the Sunshine Studio Tokyo’s “Greetings from ________” Postcard Exhibition, which opens in Tokyo this Saturday was sent out just hours ago (super quick delivery!). So many of our favorite artists are participating, and their efforts– chronicled on the PE blog— are wonderful to peruse. The exhibition opening is at SST this Saturday, September 6, 2008. We say Hello and Wish We Could Be There!

Pictured above, one of our submissions: watercolor and cut paper on a postcard picturing Claes Oldenburg’s “Lipstick (Ascending) on Caterpillar Tracks” on Beinecke Plaza on the Yale Campus in New Haven, Connecticut.