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Thursday, 24 September 2009

LAB - September Newsletter

Hi everyone,

What a great summer it's been! LAB has been busy busy busy, and we have lots of treats in store for you in this edition of the LAB newsletter. So, first things first... our new print!

New Print
LAB is very excited to announce the release of the much anticipated next instalment of The Prodigy Vs print. This time we’re collaborating with the in demand proto-punk pop polymath Stuart Semple. Coinciding with The Prodigy’s sell-out European and UK tour, Run with the Wolves, our latest print is now available.

All prints have been personally hand finished by Stuart. Using patented glow-in-the-dark ink Stuart has created some extra special details so that you can still enjoy your print when the lights are off. And if that wasn't enough, LAB has also produced another, smaller edition with gold foil fangs. Available here

Superoboturbo Solo Show – The Ship of Fools Gallery, The Hague
Our friend from the Netherlands, Superoboturbo, has just opened a new show at the Ship of Fools gallery in the Hague. Photos here. It has been a while since we released the last print by Jordy, so next month will see an even more colourful print released by LAB.

LAB Print Draw
Our winner this month is T. Duggington (Leeds). He will be receiving one of our new special edition gold foil Stuart Semple prints worth 300GBP. Entering is easy – just go to our website and click on the print draw tab.

What's on this month...
The 9th of October sees the opening of Adam Neate’s second solo show at the Elms Lesters Painting Rooms in London. Adam is one of LABs favourite artists and an amazing talent. If you are in the area then this show is not to be missed. Jef Aerosol heads to Dublin for a show at Gallery Zozimus. His flickr sets are well worth a browse too if you have a few spare minutes. And finally our friend Antony Micallef opens his first solo show in three years at Lazarides gallery in Rathbone place.

Thanks for reading,
Morgan & Jason

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