Fraser from Victym Studio dropped us a line earlier this week and I’ve been meaning to make a post about this new studio, so here it is.
Victym launched in May, from their based in Twickenham through a preview showcase of their first collection “Manifest” at Tupelo Honey Cafe in the heart of Camden. Artists Fraser Gillespie and James Hanrahan front the collective, both having a background in art and design. This, combined with their creative drive, led to the founding of the collective.
Both Fraser and James are graphic designers who have a passion for screen-printing. Utilising this passion, a family of artists was born, all of them itching to inspire.
“For the past 8 months we have been working vigorously. Using this time to produce pieces to feature in the debut collection, but also to establish the brand. The identity of this being a natural reflection of both of our working styles. By introducing expertise from up and coming, to the more established artists means for a more diverse display of talent, catering for a vast audience.”
Tesseract by Fraser Gillespie – A1, 4-colour, signed and numbered in an edition of 20. £60
We’re big fans of their work here at UKSA, and feel the graphic output combined with a “street art” aesthetic combine to create a very strong line of 20 prints that are very reasonably priced. With the first show and an ever-expanding community of satisfied customers and loyal friends, Victym are growing from strength to strength on a daily basis and we are looking forward to their continuing quality output.
One Fifty by Fraser Gillespie – A1, 4-colour, signed and numbered in an edition of 20. £60