VNA team having been working flat out the last months and are now ready to share with us the newest issue of the ever excellent Very Nearly Almost magazine. Set to drop this Thursday 10 February, VNA Issue 14 sees London based artist Sickboy as the cover-star with photographer Viktor Vauthier taking the photos.
As with previous issue of VNA, there will be limited edition of just 100 signed copies of the magazine adorned with a screen-printed cover produced by Sickboy. The limited edition magazines will be available on the night of the London Launch Party – in hand-drawn envelopes, stuffed with Issue #14 magazine, 2 custom Sickboy x Edding Marker Pens and a Sickboy sticker sheet. You can guarantee these editions will fly out the doors so we suggest getting down to the gallery really early to avoid missing out.
Issue 14 also includes the legendary Doze Green, alongside big dog illustrator, Evan Hecox. But it’s not just about the established names, as VNA chats to Reka, Chris Stain and rising Portuguese artist, Pedro Matos. VNA also catch up with Mysterious Al ahead of his upcoming solo show at StolenSpace.
If you’re in London on Thrusday February 10, please join VNA at Brick Lane’s East Gallery from 6 - 9:30pm to celebrate the launch of VNA 14.
East Gallery | 214 Brick Lane | London E1 6SA
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Photos courtesy of Very Nearly Almost
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