MAUGER + CASSINA by Dan Mauger

We're honoured to be working with Cassina, leaders in presenting influential, authentic and original furniture designs by the likes of Philippe Stark Gerrit Rietveld, Frank Lloyd Wright, and Charles Rennie Mackintosh.

We’ve just completed a curation of contemporary artworks to compliment the luxury furniture in their flagship Knightsbridge showroom. It’s a striking destination with the highest standard of craftsmanship in luxury upholstery and furniture. Well worth a visit.

Cassina, 242 Brompton Rd, London. 10am - 6.30pm.

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Curatorial project for Turnbull & Asser by Dan Mauger

We've been working with Royal-warranted shirtmaker Turnbull & Asser to curate a selection of contemporary art pieces to compliment their new outpost on Davies Street, Mayfair, London.

"Since it was founded back in 1885, Turnbull & Asser has won legions of fans thanks to its superbly-cut shirts from royals (Prince Charles gave the shirtmaker his Royal Warrant in 1980, and HRH Princes William and Harry have worn the label since they were children) to the world's most famous spies (both Sean Connery's James Bond and Archer have both sported it). " GQ Magazine

We'll be posting up photos from the launch here very soon.

New limited edition prints by Joe Webb by Dan Mauger

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Three new prints by Joe Webb who has a show at the Saatchi gallery this month.

Kissing Magritte II

Type: 14 Colour Screenprint on Somerset Tub-Sized 410gsm
Dimensions: 46 x 55cm
Edition: 125

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Giant Leap

Type: 12 Colour Screenprint on Somerset Tub Sized 410gsm Paper
Dimensions: 76.5 x 77.5cm
Edition: 60

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Small Steps

Type: Screenprint - Metallic Ink on Colourlux Paper
Dimensions: 90 x 72cm
Edition: 75

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About the Artist

Joe Webb (1976) uses vintage magazines and printed ephemera that he has collected to create simple but elegant hand-made collages.

After many years of working on computers as a graphic artist, Joe turned his back on technology and started making ‘analogue’ collages. Since then Joe has published many popular silkscreen prints, sold his work in the Saatchi Gallery and sold work to celebrities and had his work featured on album covers. Webb's work is also an internet sensation with hundreds of thousands of people sharing his images online.