We have moved!

It's exciting times at Delicious, we've finally combined our website and blog with Art-O-Mart, our online shop for modern & vintage prints, design & small press items.

From now on you will find the blog here, so to keep up-to-date with all our goings on please change your links and feeds to the new address.

Exciting times!

This Spring, the Delicious Industries website, blog and Art-o-Mart (our vintage design & small press shop) will finally be in one place - very exciting times :) Watch this space!

Pencil to Pixel. Monotype. One of a kind.

I'm very excited to be going to the preview of Pencil to Pixel tomorrow with our friends at Sell! Sell! The exhibition of Monotype archives showcases the development of type from drawing board to finished metal type and, "brings together the past, present and future of a unique typographic institution."

Pencil to Pixel runs from the 16 - 23 November 2012 (closed 17 & 18th) at the Metropolitan Wharf, London E1 and admission is free!

Images copyright Monotype.

A Word is Worth a Thousand Pictures

Adore (3 deep), 2012

A Word is Worth a Thousand Pictures is the new Stephen Powers' exhibition currently showing at the Joshua Liner Gallery, New York - his first solo exhibition in 7 years.

Phily born Powers (aka ESPO) is renowned in NY for his large scale sign painting/ graffiti often seen around the City. This exhibition showcases various scaled enamel on aluminium paintings - from his daily 'Metaltations' (small 10 x 8" pieces) to some 8 x 16ft giants, all in his recognisable style.

Daily Mataltation - 6.26.12

Everything is shit except you love, 2012

Holler back, 2012

Undo my life, 2012

The exhibition is only running until the 29th of this month, so don't hang around or you'll miss it. Only wish I was in NY this month :(

If like me, you can't make the exhibition you can see loads of his gorgeous painted signs and other work here and follow his day to day adventures here.

Images copyright Stephen Powers.
Via World Famous Design Junkies.

Bauhaus: Art as Life

© László Moholy-Nagy, Prospectus cover for14 Bauhausbücher (14 Bauhaus Books), 1928. Stiftung Bauhaus Dessau. © Hattula Moholy-Nagy/DACS 2012

© Erich Consemüller, Lis Beyer or Ise Gropius sitting on the B3 club chair by Marcel Breuer and wearing a mask by Oskar Schlemmer and dress fabric by Beyer, c.1927. Herzogenrath, Berlin. © Estate Erich Consemüller

 © Walter Gropius, Graph of the educational curriculum at the Bauhaus, 1923. Bauhaus-Archiv Berlin. © DACS 2012

© Josef Albers, Set of four stacking tables, c.1927. © The Josef and Anni Albers Foundation/Artists Rights Society, New York and DACS, London 2012

This Sunday is the last day you can catch the wonderful Bauhaus: Art as Life at The BarbicanThe largest exhibition in the UK for 40 years documenting the iconic Bauhaus art school and it's post WW1 vision.

Bauhaus: Art as Life "explores the diverse artistic production that made up it's turbulent fourteen-year history and delves into the subjects at the heart of the school: art, culture, life, politics and society, and the changing technology of the age".

If you can't get down to see it don't panic, the exhibition catalogue is fantastic and available to buy here along with some beautiful Bauhaus designed goodies. But if you do visit, be sure to check out our letter-pressed greetings cards in the shop! 

Blisters - The Directors Cut

It's that time again, Print Club's summer screen print show, Blisters - The Directors Cut (all the prints are derived from movies) has just been announced. True to form, the exhibition will showcase 40 original prints from 40 artists, in editions of 40 for £40.

This years line up of well known and up-coming artists includes; Babycrow, Conception Studios, James Joyce, Kate Moross, MOL, RYCA, Ryan Chapman, Si Scott and Steve Wilson.

The show will be hosted one again in the MC Motors building (next to the Print Club studio). It opens for a private view 6-10pm on Friday 31 August (RSVP only) and is then open 10am - 6pm Saturday 1 September.

Here's a sneak peek at what's going to be on offer...
Up - Anthony Peters, Imeus Design

Lost Boys - Philip Morgan

Star Wars - Conception Studios

Back to the Future - RYCA

Metropolis - Raid71

All images courtesy of Print Club London and copyright of the individual artists.

Designed to Win

To coincide with the 2012 Olympics, the Design Museum in association with Oakley have curated, Designed to Win, an exhibition showcasing outstanding design & innovation in sport and celebrating "the ways in which design and sport are combined, pushing the limits of human endeavour to achieve records and victories of increasing significance and wonder"

It looks at the relationship between design and sport; how design has progressed some sport, how sport has influenced design and how this relationship has led to winning performances.

The exhibition opened today and runs until 18 November 2012 so there's plenty of time to get down there and see it (for your own sanity, it's probably best to wait until the Olympic circus has left town).

Images copyright Justine AW (Rugenius).
Via Notcot.