Sep 16 - Oct 26 2011, The Aubin Gallery
During London’s inaugural Anti Design Festival we were pleased to announce the first ever UK exhibition of Bazooka, a trailblazing ‘commando’ style cell of radical French illustrators.
“Arguably the greatest punk artists this side of Jamie Reid” – The Guardian
For their first ever show in London, Loulou and Kiki dug deep into the Bazooka archive to present some legendary works from the Libération and Punk period. They also showed some of their new illustrations and paintings and collaborated for the first time with Neville Brody on a series of works displayed as a unique installation "Decoration Kit for Disturbed Teenager", aiming to show the relevance of free expression and instinctive graphic design in a world of outdated communication.