Ali, Phil, Jim and Tich each did a tour of duty in the field of advertising before going AWOL in 2010 to work on their own ideas under the monocle of Dorothy. Our UK based studio now produces conceptual prints, products and artworks that are sold and exhibited internationally. Our work has been described by the press both as 'beautifully clever' and 'terribly wicked'.
You can get in touch with Phil, Ali or Jim at the studio here. Unless you want to have a moan - in which case just call the Daily Mail.
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Exhibitions / Installations
Unmasking Corruption, Lazarides Gallery, London, 2009
United Underground, Southbank Centre, London, 2009
Dear Diary, Hoxton Hall, London, 2010
Bed Peace, Bluecoat Gallery, Liverpool, 2010
Democratic Promenade, Bluecoat Gallery, Liverpool, 2011
Design Junction (Outline Editions), London, 2013
Deadpan: The Art of the Expressionless, Whitdel Arts, Detroit USA, 2013
Visible Signs - An Introduction to Semiotics in the Visual Arts, Dave Crow, AVA Publishing, 2010
Wicked! Design on the Edge of Bad Taste, Karen Bofinger, Birkhäuser, 2011