K6 Gallery

Brutalust

Brutalust was the second exhibition at K6 Gallery. The show asked writer Owen Hatherley to select his favourite twenty modernist and brutalist buildings in Southampton. Three photographers Greg Moss, Daniel Cane, and James Newell were then asked to photograph the

Brutalust

Brutalust was the second exhibition at K6 Gallery. The show asked writer Owen Hatherley to select his favourite twenty modernist and brutalist buildings in Southampton. Three photographers Greg Moss, Daniel Cane, and James Newell were then asked to photograph the

K6 Gallery Stationery

Along with the branding and identity for K6 Gallery I also designed all the stationery. The branding needed to be consistent throughout. Since this was representing an art gallery it was important to be creative as well as maintaining the

K6 Gallery Stationery

Along with the branding and identity for K6 Gallery I also designed all the stationery. The branding needed to be consistent throughout. Since this was representing an art gallery it was important to be creative as well as maintaining the

The will of another cannot fulfil everything. Splendour isn’t slick.

Solent based artist collective Stair/Slide/Space were invited to host the inaugural exhibition at K6 Gallery. For this I designed a set of two colour risograph flyers printed by specialist risograph printers, Bellvue Press.

The will of another cannot fulfil everything. Splendour isn’t slick.

Solent based artist collective Stair/Slide/Space were invited to host the inaugural exhibition at K6 Gallery. For this I designed a set of two colour risograph flyers printed by specialist risograph printers, Bellvue Press.

K6 Gallery

K6 Gallery opened in October 2015, an art gallery in a pair of old red telephone boxes. A eclectic programme of ongoing exhibitions is planned for the space. It’s hoped that this quirky environment will encourage more people to visit exhibitions

K6 Gallery

K6 Gallery opened in October 2015, an art gallery in a pair of old red telephone boxes. A eclectic programme of ongoing exhibitions is planned for the space. It’s hoped that this quirky environment will encourage more people to visit exhibitions