Inkygoodness hits Antwerp

The illustration collective Inkygoodness have invaded the Belgian city of Antwerp with a new exhibition entitled Shape/Shift. As you can guess from the title, the theme is one of metamorphosis, with 25 different artists each creating a character in the midst of changing its appearance. It's all part of the Fiend Projects Art Festival - a wider event being held in the city's Designcenter de Winkelhaak.

"There's such a diverse selection of artists featured in the festival," says Lisa Hassell, co-founder of inkygoodness. "Olivier Vranken stole the show with his large abstract portrait paintings for the Subwalk exhibition. I also loved Gil Guerra's silk screen illustrations, and the Topo copy exhibit of risographs. Our exhibition featured a lot of variety too - Piktorama and EW Thomason's designs were my personal highlights."

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