PUOSU loves Stanley Donwood’s work (his work ‘Faster’ is part of our collection) so is very much looking forward to his latest exhibition ‘Way Out’, coming to the Whistleblower Gallery as part of Brighton Fringe.
Will Barras is an artist, illustrator, and animation director who lives and creates in London. Barras grew up in Birmingham and moved to Bristol to study graphic design. He became one of a new crop of young artists working in … Continued
Tracey Emin was born in Surrey, in England. She grew up in Margate, on the coast of Kent, with her twin brother Paul. She lived with her mother in a successful seaside hotel, where she claims she was treated “like … Continued
Thurston Hopkins was born in South London in 1913. Trained as an illustrator at Brighton College of Art, he began work as a commercial illustrator upon graduation. He found the work sporadic, and as newspapers transitioned from illustration to photographs … Continued
Stanley Donwood is a notoriously reclusive English artist and writer. His work on Radiohead’s album and poster art since 1994 has gained him worldwide recognition. After graduating from the University of Exeter, Donwood worked as a freelance artist in Plymouth, … Continued
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