Archive for the ‘exhibitions’ Category

Tiny Little Horse in Kentucky Derby

Thursday, March 26th, 2009


We (Tiny Little Horse) were almost recently invited to exhibit in “Gig Posters: The Art of Contemporary Music Promotion” in the Kentucky Museum of Art showcasing our work alongside international luminaries such as AESTHETIC APPARATUS, Tara McPherson, Guy Burwell, Jorge Alderete and many many more.

You can see a full list of the posters in the show here.


Sunday, December 7th, 2008


So a new exhibition has just opened in the Old Harcourt building on Hatch St, Dublin to celebrate 25 years of Audi in Ireland. Myself, Chris Judge, MASER and Hugo Thompson were asked to contribute our spin on the Audi brand.

Tiny Little Horse V Lil’ Guy Al

Wednesday, September 10th, 2008


This Tuesday 16th Sept sees the opening of a new show in VERSUS, pitting the poster designs of Tiny Little Horse [IRL] against Lil’ Guy Al  [USA]. The show features screen printed gigposters (mostly) for bands such as CSS, Feist, Battles, Ministry, Butthole Surfers, Warlords of Pez, Liars, Melvins, The Raconteurs, Modest Mouse, The Kills, The Dwarves, QOTSA, Mudhoney, Billy Bragg and many more.

Doors open at 6:30PM and posters start from €25.

Belfast Show

Friday, August 1st, 2008


Slant, The latest exhibition by members of Illustrators Ireland opened last night in the Ormeau Baths Gallery Belfast and runs until 27th September. The theme of the exhibition asked illustrators to reinterpret a work by one of their favourite artists. I chose Ingres - Valpincon Bather and my re-interpretation is pictured above.

CandyKaraoke Opening

Friday, June 20th, 2008


What can we say? The work was incredible and the turnout last night was a suitable tribute to it. Thanks so much to everyone who participated in what turned out to be an AMAZING show and opening night. We were thrilled at your response to our call and to the response to the work last night.

I’d also like to thank Richard for asking me to help with this show. You are already a legend! I can’t imagine what life would be like without Richard and Aidan and The Candy Collective! So thanks to you!

To the contributing artists…Take a bow everyone, YOU ARE ALL HEROES!

CANDY loves you all!!!

Go to our Flickr page for some photos of the opening night as well as all the work involved.

CandyKaraoke TONIGHT!

Thursday, June 19th, 2008

Just a reminder to everyone that tonight is the opening night of CandyCollective’s first show with Monster Truck Gallery. The gallery is on Francis Street. Hope to see y’all there!

CandyKaraoke Show

Wednesday, June 18th, 2008


As curator of this show it might go some way to explaining why I’ve not been updating the blog too often lately but I have to say it’s been a brilliant experience. Keeping a project of this size (70 contributing artists) moving along has been more of a pleasure than a pain. Here is the blurb and some info…

In a time where digital music sales have outstripped physical formats like cd or vinyl, thereby shifting the focus from browsing cover art in your local record shop to high budget videos and clever marketing, CandyCollective wanted to celebrate the ever declining art of sleeve art.

‘CandyKaraoke’ sees us collaborate for the first, of hopefully many, times with Monster Truck Gallery on Francis Street and RHA to invite over 70 of Ireland’s leading designers, artists, photographers, illustrators, musicians and original creative minds to reimagine their favourite album covers. All artworks produced will be original 1-off 12” square works which will be sold for only 300 euro each. (more…)

Illustrating Illustration Catalogue

Monday, June 16th, 2008


This is the piece I’ve submitted to the Illustrating Illustration exhibiton that will open on Friday in Kilkenny before travelling to Seville in Oct. This will appear in the catalogue for the show, with the original elements being exhibited on the gallery walls.

On The Streets

Saturday, December 8th, 2007


As the flyer above says this wed (dec 12th) at 7PM - 10pm, there is a silent auction supporting focus ireland taking place in filmbase - temple bar, dublin.


This is the piece I submitted. It’s two ink drawings on paper of a couple of homeless men from Dublin, framed, and then the text and shapes are drawn on the frames.


Tuesday, November 20th, 2007


Really great show on in the George Bernard Shaw inDublin, run by Derek and John from Bodytonic. 24 artists were given a 2×2 white board with a drawing by Chris Judge (see img on left) then we could draw/paint/stick/spray over it anyway we wanted (see img on the right). all the pieces were then brought together on the opening night and assembled for the first time.

For more info you can read a report by Mario Sughi on SCAMP here and look at some more pictures here.