Eye in the Sky by Jim Stoten | Dreambags Jaguarshoes
This Summer, creative artist, illustrator, sculptor, musician and blogger Jim Stoten will unveil his brand new exhibition 'Eye in the Sky' at East London venue DreamBagsJaguarShoes.
The exhibition includes a fleet of large-scale technicolour toy planes, new illustrative works presented as detailed wallpapers and murals, lights, lasers and projected visuals interspersed amongst the flying objects create an other-worldly atmosphere that will transport the viewer into the psychedelia. Show opens Thursday 24th April and runs until mid July.
Jim Stoten will also bring into the venue his bizarre band of misfits ‘Owen & The Eyeballs’ a band of illustrators, artists and creatives who produce amazing music shows that feature incredible fancy dress and wild set pieces.
Follow Jaguarshoes on twitter (@jaguarshoesco) and play along with their ongoing game of ‘Can You Find?’ where they will release a weekly #subject for our followers to hunt down and photograph in the exhibition in order to win exclusive prizes! Limited edition apparel will also be available to buy alongside a limited edition Risograph print. You can also get your hands one of these super cool gliders (below) featuring illustrations by Jim which we received in the post today! Full details here.
Jim Stoten ‘Eye In The Sky’ Exhibition opens at DreamBagsJaguarShoes, 32-34 Kingsland Road, London, E2 8AA on Thursday 24th April and runs until 20th July 2014. Entry FREE.
About Jaguarshoes Collective
JaguarShoes Collective believe that making something, makes you happy… we are an arts organisation that create beautiful and unique products, exhibitions, events, print publications and collaborate with like-minded brands to provide platforms for creative talent. We also create world renowned venue where people who share that belief can relax and have a great time in good company.The arts organisation was born out of much celebrated Shoreditch bar and exhibition space: ‘DreamBagsJaguarShoes’ in London in 2002. The unusual name of this founding business is derived from the two 1980?s bag and shoe wholesaler signs that hang on the buildings original shop front.