Exhibitions

2015

London Illustration Fair 2015, LONDON

December 2015


 

JOLLY AWESOME poppped up and exhibited at LIF 2015 – London’s contemporary illustration event this December, in a show boasting a world-class exhibitor line-up.

We had a 20 square ft stand alongside over 70 of the UK’s freshest illustrators, designers, print makers and publishers for a three-day illustration extravaganza.

Taking place at Bargehouse – OXO Tower Wharf, a four-storey warehouse on the heart of the South Bank, The London Illustration Fair 2015 showcased the work of thirty emerging creative, alongside featured artists including Robert Hunter and Camille Walala and legendary graffiti artist Thierry Noir.

JOLLY AWESOME solo exhibition, PARIS

Summer 2015


 

JOLLY AWESOME Founder Matt Nguyen’s first International solo exhibition at the wonderful Galerie Squares in Paris.

Just round the corner from the Louis Vuitton Foundation. The exhibition spans over 2 floors and features a hand picked selection of over 40 original illustrations and prints inspired by everything Matt loves. It will be a Summer long residency.

Address: Galerie Squares, 34 rue du Bois de Boulogne, 92200, Neuilly-sur-Seine, FRANCE

2014

Vitamin Water, ShineBrightStudio, LONDON.

Winter 2015


 

JOLLY AWESOME partnered with Glaceau Vitamin Water to host the JOLLY AWESOME exhibition at their pop-up Shine Bright Studio in Shoreditch.

JOLLY AWESOME founder Matt Nguyen was asked to paint a live mural during the exhibit which featured some of his favourite prints.

The Shine Bright Studio was a great space and hosted performances and workshops from a wide range of talented artists, including Foxes, Rob Da Bank, agi & sam and more.

House of Illustration, LONDON.

Spring 2014


 

JOLLY AWESOME founder Matt Nguyen was selected to exhibit at The House of Illustration’s debut event – ‘Kids in the Halls’!

Led by the legendary Sir Quentin Blake, The HOI is the world’s first and only public gallery and space devoted to illustration. The event formed part of the national ‘Museums at Night’ programme.