Friday, 4 May 2012

Knife & Folk

Last Saturday was the opening night of the Knife & Folk exhibition at APG Works raising money and awareness for Amnesty International.

The exhibition showcases the work of 20 Sheffield artists and their response to the notion of freedom of speech and human rights.

I thought this poster for Amnesty by Lea Scott was particularly powerful and beautifully done. 

Lea had replicated the caged hands from her print on the gallery walls.

There was a live sketching by Jonny Onions and comedy writer, performer and old-school zine girl  Chella Quint

... and so too was Butterscotch & Butterscotch.

You can follow Knife & Folk on Tumblr.

Here's a link to many more photos from the Knife & Folk Exhibition by Chard Remains Photographical.

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