WEDNESDAY 10 March 2010, 16.00 onwards at Liverpool School of Art and Design, LJMU (Free entry to all)
Illustrator Paul Davis is a master satirist with a firm grasp on the inanity of the human condition. His work crosses the art/design divide and paves the way for communication to be playful, subversive and culturally significant.
After ten years or so in the ‘wilderness’, working out what he wanted to say and how to say it, Davis was commissioned by The Independent on Sunday’s Sunday Review in 1996 to put together several full-page watercolours of clothes and accessories by Gucci, Calvin Klein and friends. This project gave way to worldwide projects for Harvey Nichols, Terence Conran, Virgin Atlantic and IBM.
– From DandAD awards http://bit.ly/9QDbQI
And the story continues….