From Thursday11 October the White Canvas Project will be taking over a new gallery space in Shoreditch.
The White Canvas Project is a global movement involving events and live painting – images created are then transferred to t-shirts, hence the ‘white canvas’. Organised by Supremebeing, End of the Line and the Hit & Run Crew, there are eleven international artists exhibiting at this new show, which will see 17 Great Eastern St used as a gallery space for the first time. Artists include:
- Blaine Fontana, an artist and graphic designer from Portland, Oregon whose talents range from striking street art to sculpture
- Guy McKinley, whose colourful graphic art takes much of its inspiration from Japanese manga
- Sandra Dieckmann and her magical and intricate artwork
The opening night on Thursday 11 October runs from 6pm to 10pm and there will be live screen printing by the Hit & Run Crew, live music and added liquid refreshment from Volcano Coffee Works & Tiger Beer. White Canvas Project’s new gallery is open right through until 17 October.
UPDATE: Here are some images from the White Canvas Project’s opening night.