Saturday, 3 July 2010
An existential illustration has been submitted for exhibition in St. Louis, also available to purchase as a print, this will even be published!!
And the exhibition is just before my birthday, so I'm hoping someone likes my work enough to buy it!!
Thursday, 25 March 2010
The Unreal God And Aspects Of his Non-Existent Universe was a fine art illustration installation for the University of Lincoln Fine Art Degree Show This Is It 2008.
This comic re-appropriates imagery from the original Take On Me video, exhibited within recreated space from the video, drawing visitors into an A-ha fan's world and the world of A-ha's iconic 1986 Take On Me comic book world.
All images copyright Helen Dearnley 2010.
No images are permitted to be downloaded, copied or reproduced from this site without express permission of the artist.
In June 2011 I was given the opportunity to exhibit work at Alley Cafe in Nottingham. For this exhibition, I printed updated copies of the comic following more recent encounters with A-ha and experiences during their final tour in 2010.
The exhibition at Alley Cafe was entitled "How To Make A Universe That Doesn't Fall Apart Two Days Later (Flow My Tears, A-ha)" and ran from 2nd June to 4th July 2011.
The cafe location was site specific to the work, following on from the girl reading the comic in a cafe in the original video.
Limited edition copies of this comic are available to buy @ £3 each plus p&p - contact me if you're interested!!