Come along to a multimedia exhibition curated by Heather Savage. Showcasing work by a
range of Illustrators, inspired by their collective love of The Simpsons. You’ve grown up
seeing the adventures of The Simpsons on screen but now you have the chance to see it all
through the eyes of excited Illustrators, as Springfield comes to Bristol.
There will be a live gig, inspired by Homer Simpson’s college band, ‘Sadgasm’ and we will
also be selling zines, prints and much more merchandise at the exhibition, to fulfil all of your nostalgic needs.
To join the Facebook event click here.
Heather Savage- www.instagram.com/dreamflowersavage
Grace Elizabeth- www.graceelizabeth.co.uk
Robbie Cathro- www.robbiecathro.com
Max Kemp- www.maxkdesign.co.uk
Gwion Christmas- www.gwionchristmas.com
Rebecca Pasieka- www.instagram.com/rhlpasieka
Jay Simpson- www.jayarthursimpson.tumblr.com
Jack Teagle- www.jackteagle.co.uk
Liam Barrett- http://www.liambarrett.co.uk
Jono Kamester- www.behance.net/jonokamester
Jack Mears- www.jack-mears.com
Ruby Hinton- www.rubyhinton.co.uk
Steve McCarthy- www.stevem.co.uk
Tan Kar Mern
Lize Meddings- www.lizemeddings.tumblr.com
and many more…
More information about the charity and fundraiser:
Suggested donation of £3 entry.
All artworks are donated by various Illustrators, to be sold during the exhibition. All
proceeds raised will go to Hospiscare.
This exhibition is in association with Hospiscare; an incredibly important charity, which
provides high quality care and support for people who are terminally ill, in Exeter, East and
Mid-Devon. They also support the family and friends of patients in their care. Money raised
will go towards helping keep these vital services going, and making sure all the patients’ last days are made better.
To help raise money you can buy work from the show, go to ‘www.Hospiscare.co.uk’, or
donate directly using their Registered Charity No.297798.