Posted by Geoff July 20, 2009

Last Thursday saw the opening of a new show by INSA, in conjunction with Nike at its 1948 store in Shoreditch called "Looking For Love In All The Wrong Places". Taking his trademark style this show was more of a multimedia experience with large scale installations, canvases, photography, prints and exclusive collaboration products. The centrepiece (along with some 'making of' elements) was a stunning animation made up of 35 frames which were hand painted across east London in 7 days.

A good crowd turned up for the show, as did hundreds of flying ants, which put a few people of the free beer! If you're in the area pop by to take a look - the show is only on until July 26th. And if you want to check out the video piece made for the show click here:


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