We are huge fans of Sanderson Bob's graphic design work and are delighted to see Kemistry Gallery is hosting his first UK solo show.
The exhibition ‘Pure Yet Complex’ features a selection of posters exploring his interest in line, colour, perspective, movement and the edges of things. The exhibited work is a continuation of his experimentation with form, colour and typography. The balance between type and form, complimented by composition and colour, is an intrinsic part of Sanderson Bob’s work. Complex structures are built out of the purity of simple core elements. The work is dynamic and optically arresting creating a kaleidoscope of shapes, colours and angles.
The work has been specially produced as limited edition, high quality, A1 litho prints and will be available to purchase exclusively at Kemistry Gallery from 14 February 2008.
Bob Sanderson studied graphic design at Central St Martins before a professional career taking him from music magazines in Amsterdam to The Designers Republic. He established himself as Sanderson Bob in 2004 and has worked alongside companies such as Big Active, Mother and W+K London.
The show opens on the 14 February and runs until the 22 March 2008
Kemistry Gallery | 43 Charlotte Road | London EC2A 3PD
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