South-London rapper, CALM ambassador and extremely lovely person Loyle Carner launched his excellent (trust us) new album alongside 15 corresponding artworks at House Of Vans.
Update: original artwork auction NOW LIVE.
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The outrageously fun launch flaunted a hefty exhibition of original artworks inspired by songs from Not Waving, But Drowning. Listening stations placed around the sprawling railway arches and skate-inspired fittings of House Of Vans previewed new tracks accompanied by original works of art from the likes of Damien Hirst, The Connor Brothers and an eclectic range of other artists, including Carner’s family and friends.
Stick Thursday April 18th in your diaries as we’re bringing you a real good’un 🏁 @LoyleCarner takes over the 🏠 for the launch event of his new album ‘Not Waving, But Drowning’ and it’s gonna be BIG👌🏼 Enter the ballot for your chance to join us ➡️ https://t.co/icrXVdjjBh pic.twitter.com/fY2S8HSxEy
— HouseOfVansLDN (@HouseOfVansLDN) April 4, 2019
And of course the night culminated with a live gig from the main man himself, supported by Jorja Smith. Proper.
Fancy a piece?
You can own one! Act quick – check out the live online auction hosted by The Other Art Fair in support of CALM.
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