Posted by Doug May 09, 2012

Recently  illustrator Gary Taxali opened his first UK solo show at the Outsiders gallery in London.  The show entitled "My Feelings Like You" encompasses a load of new paintings and illustrations in his 1930's inspired iconographic style.  In conjunction with the exhibition Gary also released a new mini gocko print made using a Japanese toy printing machine which is the main image above. Also on sale were a set of Canadian mint coins which had Gary's artwork on the tails side of each coin.

So if you are in the neighborhood you should definitely pop in to see the show as it runs from the 4th of May to the 2nd of June.

Here are a few of the pieces in the show but i don't want to spoil it if you are going to be able to make it to see the show while it is on.



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