Sarah McIntyre (jabberworks) wrote,
Sarah McIntyre

sequential city exhibition 14-22 sept

Hey, do you know the guy who does all the little editorial team animal characters in The Phoenix Comic? His name's Matt Baxter, he's set up an exhibition, Sequential City, at his studio in Hoxton Square for The London Design Festival, and a bunch of friends and I are taking part! Matt asked us to submit work with London, and our relationship with London, at the heart of it.

For artwork, I included some wash-painted comics I did for the Birdsong/Songbird anthology, which are slightly unusual for me because I usually colour my comics digitally. My studio mate Gary Northfield submitted two of his pages for the Nelson anthology, which were set in 1972 Dagenham. I'm curious to see what the other people submitted.

The exhibition runs from 14 – 22 September at Matt's studio, Baxter and Bailey, 6 Hoxton Square, London N1 6NU. Entry is free and it's open 11am – 4pm (Wed, Thu, Fri); 1pm – 5pm (Sun).

There's also a Comics Jam event (free entry, limited spaces) on Thurs, 19 Sept, 6:30 - 9pm. To book, e-mail

And there's a Children's Comics Jam workshop! Suitable for ages 6+; Sun, 22 Sept, 11am - 12:30pm;
To book email Children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian

Find out more here and read the Creative Boom article about it here. Hey look, it's Woodrow Phoenix in his studio!


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