The House of the Nobleman

The House of the Nobleman
October 21, 2011 Calverts_123

House of the Nobleman

We recently litho printed  VIP tickets and business cards on a lovely natural 400gsm board called think4 white for the fabulous House of the Nobleman exhibition. We also produced in superfast time and using our large format inkjet printer lots and lots of gallery tags which now accompany the pieces on display.

One of the largest and most significant privately sponsored art exhibitions held during the Frieze Art Fair, ‘The Return’ exhibits rare and previously unseen works from the most prestigious international collections alongside today’s most notable artists and designers.  Francis Bacon, Salvador Dali, Zaha Hadid, Damien Hirst, Claude Monet and Yves Klein are just a few amongst the many represented.

The exhibition is held in a magnificent 15,000sqft Grade I listed Regency mansion near Regents Park which is worth a look in itself.

We also digitally printed some business cards again with a superfast turnaround on the Konica Minolta 8000 digital press for Carrie Livingston who designed the lounge areas which vistors can also enjoy. An internationally renowned interior designer based in Los Angeles. Carrie creates colorful, highly original spaces that nevertheless contain an essence of warmth, whimsy and accessibility.

The exhibition runs until 23rd October.

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