Liberty presents an authentic comic book adventure experience. Stepping into a 3D, life size scene from illustrated storybook, Vortigern's Machine, customers can become part of the surreal world of this epic comic strip co-written by James Jarvis and Russell Waterman. The exhibition runs from August 28th to September 14th 2006 and will be showcased within the redesigned menswear rooms.
To truly bring to life Jarvis drawings, Liberty are staging a 3D, life size walk in exhibition where customers can become part of this curious world by simply stepping into the scenery. Real die hard fans are free to take a mobile snap to commemorate the moment in beach side, pier character, style. Wall mounted original sketches from the comic book will also help bring to life the journey from sketch, to comic, to character and celebrate the creative talent behind this eccentric, collectable and coveted world.
'James Jarvis' Vortigern's Machine Exhibition
Liberty Lower Ground Floor Menswear Department
August 28th - September 14th 2006
Available to view during store opening hours 10am - 7pm
Hookedblog is a Street Art News site established in 2005 as a place for us to document and showcase Street Art from London and beyond.
Hookedblog have been following the work of italian artist Illustre Feccia for about a year now after we were introduced to the work online...
Currently based in Marseille, French street artist Manyoly spent some time in London back in December. Catching up with London street art...
Berlin based Australian artist James Reka spent some time in London just before the holidays on route to Australia via the US. Prior to h...
For those of you hooked on Instagram we are sure like us you will have seen the large number of Instagrammers sharing their 2016 Best Nine...
We recently featured the work of Italian artist Illustre Feccia (Previously on Hookedblog) having discovered one of their artworks earli...