Graphic artist Emily Forgot's commercial work has won her many dedicated fans over the years, likewise her peerless blog Muse & Maker has provided unique visual inspiration in bucket loads to her many followers. There's a chance to see a different side to Emily's work at a new show at KK Outlet which opens this week. NEVERLAND sees the artist explore her sketchbooks, and bring some of her previously unrealised designs to life.
NEVERLAND sees the artist exploring new materials and processes, with buildings and spaces which are real, remembered and imagined. The show combines drawings, assemblage and sculpture, and features collaborations with craftsmen Charlie Mckenzie and rug makers Ceadogan.
You can explore NEVERLAND for yourself from 01-30 September at KK Outlet Gallery in Hoxton Square, London. See more of Emily's work at emilyforgot.co.uk and follow her blog at museandmaker.com.