Double Vision for the Drunk & Illiterate Mr Gresty has once again invited us to be part of his latest exhibition – Double Vision. We also took part in one of Mr Gresty’s last exhibitions, Whispers, at the Hanbury Arms where we created that dangerous little gnome fella. This time we stayed true to our normal MFF style and created another glorious skull and threw in a dagger, because why the hell not and decorated it with golden facets. The artwork is called: SKULL ‘N’ DAGGER Opening night of Double Vision is this Friday, the 7th March, and it opens at 7pm at The Lauriston pub. If you don’t like art, you should at least come for the pizza. The exhibition features work from 15 artists, who each received an open brief: Double-Vision for the thirsty & illiterate. Some pubs are hundreds of years old and many of their early customers were illiterate, but luckily they could recognise picture signs. This brief went out to a number of upcoming artists, illustrators and print makers in the London area (I think). The target of ‘Double-Vision’ is to create a strong image that brings together two things that a thirsty and illiterate onlooker could identify. We will be there if you fancy it? More deets here. — Exhibition: DOUBLE VISION Private View: 7TH MARCH 7pm – late Runs Until: MAY 2014 Venue: THE LAURISTON / 162 VICTORIA PARK RD. / HACKNEY / E9 7JN Curated by: MR GRESTY Join the Facebook invite for the private view here.