Tuesday, 14 August 2012

Adam King at www.bgallery.co.uk

Transport & Product Designer - Bedfordshire

The most beautiful looking things are simple. A yacht or vehicle, for example, looks very modest yet to create the simple, elegant aesthetic requires so much effort in creation, tooling design and feasibility that it is rarely acknowledged and understood by those outside of the development process and is therefore judged quickly purely on it's looks as a final product.

This is true for lino prints. On the surface they are very simple but the process required to create them involves complex planning, delicate carving, patience and vision. A process that is hidden from view in the final image.

While my print collection was on display at bGallery, it attracted the eye of the J D Wetherspoon pub chain and I was commissioned to produce a set of prints for 'The London Hatter' which opened in July 2011 in Luton.

To see more of Adam's work please click on the link below:



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