Mirri Is Used By Graphic Artist, Yoni Alter, For Show Held At Kemistry Gallery

Mirri is used by Grphic Artist, Yoni Alter,
for show held at Kemistry Gallery

Yoni Alter, a graphic artist, will debut his first London exhibition from the 27th March to the 3rd May, at Kemistry Gallery, which shows how he views the city through a sort of 'architectural kaleidoscope'.

The Kemistry consultancy has recently worked with Alter on the branding of The Evening Standard’s TV channel London Live, which launched on 31st March 2014.

To create the images Alter applies different reduction methods so that each building can be simplified and abstracted slightly before compositing the piece and giving everything a completely new colour.

Yoni has arranged a series of different prints, including special editions of the London Live images, screen prints, a wall decal, a window decal, a sculpture and large-format silver Mirri prints.

The opening night was well attended and the team at Mirri were able to capture some shots of the evening. 

The Mirri posters were printed by large format litho & digital printers, Victoria Litho, who are based in Middlesex on their AGFA Anapurna. The sheets of Mirri were supplied to the printer in the large format size of 1000mm x 1500mm but each artwork is printed in various sizes; with the Cab, Tube, Bus each 100x135cm, Cityscape 65x150cm and the Intersection 100x150cm.

Yoni Alter, City, runs from 27 March to 3 May at the Kemistry Gallery, 43 Charlotte Road, EC2A 3PD

 Yoni Alter show