With recent projects for adidas and Spoek Mathambo behind them, they have devoted time to put together a collection of work that explores their brand of surrealist street art in painting and drawing formats.
About the work they say, “We like contrasts as the source of our inspiration – hence the name Love and Hate. This exhibition, however, has a definite positive feel to it. It is a mood that has grabbed us and we are happy to roll with it.”
Staying true to this mood, the exhibition is titled Future Positive.
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The Love and Hate studio was formed in 2004 and founded with the aim to produce intelligent, engaging and relevant design. They have since been involved in many projects ranging from large street mural paintings to corporate commissions.
This is a rare opportunity to view their art in a gallery environment and more so before they become household names.