Pam Glew in London | Circus

If you are in London don’t miss Pam Glew ‘Circus’ exhibition hosted by Eddie Lock & Death By Daylight, at Red Bull Studios in London Bridge – runs to December 2.


The british contemporary artist, who is best known for her unique bleaching technique on national flags, was the first one selected to make an Art Star for Ralph Lauren Polo Jeans (more info about the art star project here) and her exhibition is definitely worth to be seen. The way she works is very interesting (she uses dye and stitch to paint, deconstruct and distress vintage materials like flags, brocades and jeans) and the result is incredibly intense. 
And btw, how cool is her working space? So inspiring!!!


www.pamglew.co.uk

35 Comments   |   Posted by Wobblinbetty in  art / Fashion
  1. thanks for sharing. these are so inspirational. you got such a great blog. and i love your comments.
    hope you had a good weekend
    x

  2. Thanks for sharing these outstanding photos! xx

  3. Love her work and I want to move into her studio right now :)

  4. wow, I saw some of her work a few weeks ago at the Moniker Art fair and always meant to look her up. will def go and check out her exhibition. thanks for the tip!

    xx, petra
    http://petralikes.blogspot.com/

  5. these are great! I would love to see this!

  6. you always share the most inspiring and unique things! thank you so much! lovely post, makes me want to sew :)

  7. Stunning and Inspirational
    Thanks Sweetie for sharing :)

    XOXO
    J

  8. So cool! Her work is amazing!


    Camila F.

  9. I really love the first piece. Would be great on wall!

    juliet xxx

  10. Sofi Stellar says:

    Really inspiring work. I love the third one!

  11. Really inspiring work. I love the third one!

  12. Love it! I wish I could see it up close. It looks great online, but I bet it looks amazing in person. I would love to look at the actual texture of it (without touching it and messing it up of course :P)

  13. very london! and the wall collage pic is my favourite! i dont know why i love wall collages so much… :P

    http://mary-jane-girl.blogspot.com/

  14. Union Jack is the bomb.. And so is your pink wig.

  15. Wow, they're so incredible!! I never really thought you could design flags like that!! Inspiring workspace too! xoxoxoxoxo

  16. this exhibition seems awesome!! i wish i was in london!

  17. amazing! her work is so inspiring and cool!

    xx raez

  18. man, thats so cool !

  19. I LOVE THIS! how talented, really

  20. I LOVE THIS! how talented, really

  21. gracias por tu comentario!!!

    amo tu blog! son super lindas las fotos, el estilo todo!!!!!!!!!!!

    te sigo!!!

    http://www.betaboomblog.blogspot.com

  22. Gaaaahahah, these are amazing.
    I'll take two.
    :)
    Thanks for your comment! xoxo.

    http://glamkittenslitterbox.blogspot.com/

  23. wow this is amazing!!
    thanks for sharing im so going to this!!!

  24. wow this is amazing!!
    thanks for sharing im so going to this!!!

  25. i wish i was in london so i could go!
    XOXO

  26. I would love to see this:((((

    great inspiration

    xx Marina

  27. Wow. I love it. Images on textile really seem to have a magnified effect!

    In other news, wow, you're in Venice now? Yay! I've been sick, but I'm ALMOST better. I'm heading North for the holidays Dec. 16th-Jan. 2, but we MUST get together before or after! :)

  28. I so dig this! I would most def be checking her exhibit out if I wasn't all the way over here in Cali!! Booo.

  29. I so dig this! I would most def be checking her exhibit out if I wasn't all the way over here in Cali!! Booo.

  30. inspiring!

    i need to make a new inspiration board!

    follow me on http://www.hopethislasts.com

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