Presenting London-based multidisciplinary label, Noble People. Noble People is a platform for artists in the fields of music and fine art, with in-house content spanning film, print and design. Supporting and participating in the Collaborative Movement that currently exists in the creative industry, the team believe in combining unique ideas, products and solutions from a collision of practises and perspectives. Most recently, the collective have launched their first in-house publication containing artworks sourced from both emerging and established artists worldwide. The project is set to see its release in the week commencing 13th February in galleries and concept stores across London, Paris, Berlin and New York.
This carefully curated piece of print contains a series of illustrations that reflect upon the importance of communication through art in times of social plight and division. Through a visual assemblage of reflective and honest perspectives, the contributors have helped Noble People ingrain their standpoint on current affairs, from Trump’s victory and Brexit, to consumerism, celebrity culture, and more. The publication aims to centralise the aesthetic and creative approach of the label, as well as function as the foundation for a dialogue between the reader and its international artists.
Having worked and collaborated with established brands such as Vice Media, Ace Hotel, WeTransfer, and Soho Revue Gallery, Nobel People have also been featured in media outlets such as WWD, MTV, Wonderland Magazine, Channel 4, Complex, KALTBLUT, Nest HQ, Noctis, XXY, Soundspace and Fault Magazine. Since this exposure, the collective has been scouted by Outset Contemporary Art Fund and Arebyte Gallery and have launched an art studio in the heart of Clerkenwell that functions as a workshop and exhibition space.
Scheduled for a release in late January, the compendium contains over 60 pages of illustrations from 14 artists, including the likes of Jean Jullien, Maison Hefner, Daisy Watson of Daisy Does Tattoos, Thomas Hedger, Gio Pastori, Tim Head, Jan Melka, Ben Evans, Ricardo Passaporte, Will Laren, Alice Meteignier, Sang Woo Kim, Lucien Coycault and Louis Lavedan.
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