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84 Projects from Yokoland at Kemistry Gallery

By Invisiblemadevisible @imv_streetart
84 projects from Yokoland at Kemistry Gallery Design studio Yokoland are known for working across various fields of graphic design, typography and illustration. Founded by Aslak Gurholt Rønsen and Espen Friberg sometime between 2001 and 2006, and now including Thomas Nordby, Martin Lundell and assistant Jørn Aagaard, Yokoland have gone on to become one of the most inventive and exciting studios working today.
84 projects from Yokoland marks the 10 year anniversary of Yokoland, looking at a selection of projects from the past decade. Based in Oslo and Trondheim Norway, Yokoland promise a range of visual treats at Kemistry, including trees, a flag, a smashed light box, a miniature factory, several posters, some record sleeves, one friendship pin, one tote bag, one t-shirt, a soda bottle, a usb-key, a brick, two newspapers, Painter Green, an award statuette and plenty of books.
There will be a range of products available for sale exclusively at Kemistry Gallery during and after the show, including British-Yokolandic friendship pins, an array of posters and an exhibition catalogue.
Private View: Thursday 29th November, 18:00 - 21:00
Exhibition runs 29th November 2012 — 19th January 2013
Kemistry Gallery - 43 Charlotte Road - London - EC2A 3PD

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