Set over 5 floors, Dutch Uncle were invited to curate the new exhibition - ArtSpace at Pan Macmillan. The show presents over 30 illustrators from The Pencil Factory, Brooklyn.
Pan Macmillan ArtSpace
The Pan Macmillan ArtSpace is not a conventional art gallery, but rather a dynamic open plan scheme set over five floors spanning the whole of Pan Macmillan's London HQ. The huge space accommodates over 40 large scale artworks and is regularly changed and curated by Dutch Uncle, London. The new exhibition showcases the artworks of over 30 illustrators and designers based in The Pencil Factory, Brooklyn.
The Pencil Factory is an old Eberhard Faber Pencil factory that was converted into work studios a number of years ago. In 2005, Sam, Chris and Grady were looking to move to a new space from their manhattan studio and leased what would be the first space in the pencil factory illustration crew. Every year more and more folks were added to the roster. It was and remains an awesome community of motivated friends within the illustration and design community (and all talented to boot!)
See links at the bottom for The Pencil Factory artists.
Artists in the show