Sir Peter Blake

Sir Peter Blake

Peter Blake truly is a grandee of British art - knighted in 2002, an honorary doctor of the Royal College of Art and with his work represented in major collections throughout the world.

Often referred to as the godfather of British pop art, Sir Peter Blake’s work is a study in the fascination and beauty of everyday objects and surroundings through a steam of popular culture and colour.
He is perhaps best recognised as the artist behind the album cover for the Beatles ‘Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band’ in 1967 which has become synonymous with visual pop music. His artwork crosses medium and generations and is among major collections the world over.
We have been lucky enough to collaborate with Sir Peter Blake on the bespoke design of our floating barges Darcie & May Green as well as our 10” shipping container coffee shop come cocktail bar on the Southbank.

Galleries exhibited in: Tate Modern, London; Pallant House Gallery, London; National Museum Cadiff; Farley Gallery, Sussex.

Louise Dear

Louise Dear

Louis Dear’s paintings are a sumptuous visual feast. Her neo-pop infused works are a lavish and expert mix of mediums and colour, creating vibrant and contemporary pieces that invade the senses.

Louise’s art is worked on large sheets of aluminium and adorned with dripping dyes, glitter, gloss and overlays that portrays a profound sense of movement and textures. The viewer is enticed and seduced into a world of nostalgia.
Louise’s subjects exist on many levels, portraying innocence yet also the lack of it - the children are storybook beautiful, their unique spirit captured and immortalised in that perfect state. By securing a tender moment or snatches of childhood memories, they are incredibly sensual, captivating, reaching out to their viewer. Her portraits are sensually erotic, beautifully demure yet subtly provocative.

Her work can be viewed in major galleries and are held in the collections Rick Stein and Elton John.
She has long collaborated with Daisy Green and is the trademark of our distractive coffee cups and her large scale pieces adorns the walls across our sites including one of our favourites KissKiss BamBam which stands 5m tall at Timmy Green in Victoria - sunglasses parallel to the top deck windows of double deckers passing by.
Galleries exhibited in: Turner Barnes Gallery, Chelmsford; AAF, New York; The Picture Room, London.

See more of Louise’s art and upcoming events here: http://www.louisedear.com/

Shuby

Shuby

Shuby is celebrated street artist and pop artist who has participated in many projects and galleries internationally.
Shuby started as a street artist mainly in the form of paste ups in 2006. Her early posters were inspired by the 1943 Busby Berkeley musical by ‘The Gang’s All Here’, in which rows of ladies wave comedy bananas in the air. Since then Shuby has used the banana as one of her motifs throughout her studio work and on the street, and it has become a naughty but innocent calling card, instantly recognizable and intrinsically humorous.

In the studio Shuby’s original works are textural and painterly and draw from past imagery. She uses a mixture of vintage movie posters, silk screen posters and her own imagery which are then layered, reworked and mixed together to create tension and narrative between text and images. Her signature banana and masked bunny are woven throughout the collages sending up and subverting the dynamic subject matter.
Shuby has been collaborating with Daisy Green since 2012. Her art can be seen in almost all of our locations, including the iconic vaults at Daisy Green, the Lone Rangers in Scarlett Green and her largest bespoke collage scenes at Regents Place.

Our mutual love of bananas also sees Shuby’s iconic banana on our summer deckchairs and limited edition coffee cups.
Galleries exhibited in: Ironic, Berlin; Lawrence Alkin Gallery, London; Jealous Gallery, London; Art Republic, Brighton.

See more of Shuby’s art and upcoming events here: https://www.shuby.co.uk/

Luap | Paul Robinson

Luap | Paul Robinson

Luap is the creator behind the iconic come-to-life pink bear found throughout our Soho restaurant, Scarlett Green. Placed in the real world, the bear acts as a metaphor for discovery and exploration.
The costumed figure, a striking motif in Luap’s work, exists between reality and make-believe, youthful innocence and corruption, leading a lifestyle that looks simultaneously enviable yet questionable. Over the last decade, his work has been exhibited and sold globally in London, New York, Hong Kong, Barcelona, and Dubai.
The bear at Scarlett can be found enjoying life on iconic Bondi Beach and harks to our Aussie roots, bringing some Sydney sun to Soho.

Galleries exhibited in: Andipa Gallery, Knightsbridge; Well Hung Gallery, London; Holiday House, London ; HKC Contemporary Art Fair 13, Hong Kong; Space, London ; Barcelona Showcase, Spain.

See more of Luap’s art and upcoming events here: http://www.luapstudios.co.uk/

Holly Anne Buck | COLLAGISM

Holly Anne Buck | COLLAGISM

Holly-Anne Buck / Collagism is an artist whose practice focuses on portraiture, particularly exploring ways to represent women in an emboldened fashion, exploring beauty, femininity, tenderness and strength. Her work centres around collage, it has taken form over a twenty-year practice through the media of print, video, musical composition, performance art and site-specific interventions.

Holly-Anne’s work has been exhibited and performed widely internationally including Art Athina International Art Fair (Athens, Greece), Tate Britain (London, UK), The National Gallery of Victoria (Melbourne, Australia), Chinatown Soup (New York City, USA), The Vaults Gallery (London, UK), The Glamour Bar (Shanghai, China), Eyesore (Tokyo, Japan), Huerto Verde Roma (Mexico City, Mexico), Liverpool Love at Liverpool International Art Fair, (Liverpool UK), Scream Gallery (London, UK) among many others.

Namely her collaged work is adorning the walls at Scarlett Green, Little Green and she's been the feature artist of a recent Soho Salon at Scarlett Green.

She has been featured in Arrested Motion, Hifructose, Design Week, The Wild Magazine, Vogue UK, HookedBlog, LDN Graffiti, Digital Arts Magazine, Desktop Magazine, Run-Riot, Time Out London, The Evening Standard, FAD, We Heart, People of Print, The Glass Magazine, Beige Magazine, Speaker TV, Invisible made Visible, COMPLEX, VNA, Wall Street International, 1883 Digital, LivingETC Magazine, Phoenix Magazine, Bite Me Magazine and Self.Styled.
Holly-Anne is currently working in her artists' studio at Studio Voltaire, London.
See more of COLLAGISM’s art and upcoming events here: http://www.collagism.com/"

Bonnie and Clyde

Bonnie and Clyde

Bonnie and Clyde is a contemporary British artist, whose mixed media collage and print-work centres around scenes of the urban imaginary. Crossing medium and type, Bonnie and Clyde’s work takes the form of screen-prints, large-scale originals on paper and wood, as well as 3D installation pieces. Employing a blend of photography, collage and paint, the emotive art of Bonnie and Clyde explores the psychogeography of the metropolis, immersing the viewer in beautiful and bizarre cityscapes.

Using self-taken photographs, Bonnie and Clyde works with a combination of monochrome and highly saturated areas of colour, collaged with textured paint, elements of distressed, heavy paper and magazine cuttings, to represent the beautiful, messy, vibrant and chaotic nature of life in the city. Her work undergoes a combination of digital and tactile processes, which shift back and forth, playing with layers of material, until the final collage or screen print takes shape. Through cut-up, bricolage perspective, each of Bonnie and Clyde’s abstracted pieces tells a story: a dizzying, non-linear narrative of the individual, navigating the dualistic city which is always banal as well as beautiful, terrifying while magnetic.
Bonnie and Clyde has created us an amazing 6+ meter feature wall at Little Green, which incorporates images of Bondi Beach, David Bowie iconography and film references.

Galleries exhibited in: Lilford Gallery, Canterbury; Lawrence Alkin Gallery, London; Leeds College of Art exhibition ‘Subterraneans’.

See more of Bonnie and Clyde’s art and upcoming events here: https://www.bonnieandclydeart.com/

grAzie

grAzie

Born in New Zealand, grAzie’s distinctive style blends inspirations from across the pop spectrum, from fashion, music and culture.
Her style is recognisable for the bright colour pallet to the bold imagery. grAzie often paints faceless figures that are instantly recognisable as pop icons despite their ambiguity.

Daisy Green commissioned grAzie to create a huge Bowie inspired piece for our brand new site Little Green on Heddon Street, the street made famous when Bowie chose to shoot the cover for the album “Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars” on the street. The artwork adds a striking and vibrant aesthetic to Little Green and draws on our mutual love for music and art.
Galleries exhibited in: MC Saatchi, London; BLK Box, Leeds; Herrick Gallery, London; Artobotic, Edinburgh;

Galleries exhibited in: Lilford Gallery, Canterbury; Lawrence Alkin Gallery, London; Leeds College of Art exhibition ‘Subterraneans’.

See more of grAzie’s art and upcoming events here: https://www.grazieuk.com/

Oli Epp

Oli Epp

Oli Epp’s painting’s are informed by everyday experiences and observations. They are autobiographical; sometimes confessional, sometimes irreverent and frequently handled with a humorous sense of pathos. With a focus on the real life experiences and situations happened to him or others he has observed. Epp states that his “documenting these unreported tragedies in paint is an act of discovery”.
The imagery in his work is both familiar to many people while drawing out the ridiculous comedy of certain shared rituals and behaviours.

His creation of simplified humanoid characters, which lend a sort of parody of the real world in the way of cartoons. These avatars have oversized heads and are hermetically sealed by an absence of facial features, which is an exaggerated reflection on human interaction in the post digital age – these figures appear idiotically isolated, but adorned with earpieces, branded items of clothing and objects that are important to consumption and communication. He uses the visual language of branding and interplay between graphic and painterly surfaces to create optical confusion, echoing the way that our real and digital lives are merged.
His work can be seen at Scarlett Green in Soho, where they take pride of place at the top of the stairs.

Galleries exhibited in: Semiose Galerie, Paris; V&A Print Collection, London Canterbury; Richard Heller Gallery, Miami; TW Fine Art, Brisbane; Semiose Galerie, Brussels.

See more of Epp’s art and upcoming events here: https://www.oliepp.com/

Justin Hibbs

Justin Hibbs

Across his practice, Justin Hibbs picks apart the mechanics of spatial perception and representation, drawing upon social, political and aesthetic agendas encoded within architectural structures. In particular, much of his work is a renegotiation of the visual language and ideological legacies of modernism, seeking to establish and question relationships between real and idealised notions of space. This is enacted through a uniquely multi-disciplinary approach that incorporates painting, drawing, sculpture and architectural interventions.
His amazing “mirror room” can be found in Scarlett Green as well as “London’s sexiest basement” within a bespoke mirror commission at Little Green.

He has exhibited his work both nationally and internationally, and has also curated a series of artist-led exhibitions.
Galleries exhibited in: Carroll/Fletcher Gallery, London; Arróniz Arte Contemporáneo, Mexico; Collyer, Bristow Gallery, London .

See more of Justin’s art and upcoming events here: https://www.justinhibbs.com/

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