Category Archives: Design

Sistershow Revisited animation by Kayleigh Gibbons

After surviving the zine making workshop and all-ages gig at the exhibition today, I come home to find this splendid animation made by Kayleigh Gibbons in my inbox. Check it out! Untitled from Kayleigh Gibbons on Vimeo. Advertisements

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Jan Martin reflects on the artistic practise of Jackie Thrupp

The text below was read out by Jan Martin, the design brains behind the exhibition, at the opening tea-party on Saturday 7 May. Enjoy reading about how her engagement with Jackie Thrupp’s work has enriched her creativity. The text also … Continue reading

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Setting up!

There has been a steady stream of visitors at the exhibition since the grand opening on Saturday. Here are some pictures of us setting up the space. With thanks to Jan for the artistic vision, 2D for being butch, Jenny … Continue reading

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Exhibition catalogue cover

Check out the cover for the exhibition made by Jan Martin for the exhibition. Copies will be available for a donation at the Sistershow Revisited official opening Tea Party on Saturday, 7th May from 12-4pm. You can pick up a … Continue reading

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New flier

The new Sistershow Revisited flier, which includes details of all the events taking place as part of the exhibition, has been designed by Jan Martin. Get in touch if you can help distribute around the sprawling city of Bristol!

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Sistershow logo

This is the new Sistershow Revisited logo made by Jan Martin, who will be designing the exhibition catalogue and wall text. Jan has taken the design ideas from the first Sistershow publicity and put her own unique spin on it. … Continue reading

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Designing Sistershow

To say that Jackie Thrupp had a flair for design is an understatement. She was responsible for the iconic Sistershow ‘hat’ poster and knew how to present herself, and the group, in a way that would make an unforgettable impact. … Continue reading

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