Amelia’s Magazine | A Review of the Rad Science show by Hero of Switzerland

Rad Science
On a tip off from East End Prints I scrambled down to the catch the last few minutes of Rad Science, put together by illustration collective Hero of Switzerland. I arrived at the 5th Base Gallery with half an hour to spare but sadly there were already artworks and name tags disappearing from the walls as the exhibition fell apart around me. Here’s a quick edit of the light hearted and often humorous work that most grabbed my attention as I whipped around at warp speed, all inspired by the world of science.

Naomi Batts_mushrooms_Rad Science
I always love a mushroom. This bright illustration is by Naomi Batts.

Girl Germs-Esme_Puke_Rad Science
Girl Germs showcases great typography by Esme Tearle.

Raj Dhunna observation experiment_Rad Science
I’ve been admiring the work of Raj Dhunna on instagram for awhile so it was good to see it in real life. His Observation Experiment showcases his colourful outsize style.

Biff Creative_Rad Science
Wooden cutouts of famous scientists were presented by Biff.

Wooden Penis_ Jenny Haytch-Rad Science
I don’t know what this says about me, but I really want a wooden penis. Aren’t they ace? By Jenny Haytch.

Sam Peet-Laser Lips_Rad Science
Hey Laserlips robot art is by Sam Peet.

Adam Graff-I Win-Rad Science
Finally Recognise this? I Win by Adam Graff; you can also find his work for sale from East End Prints.

All these artworks first appeared on my instagram feed, so don’t forget to follow me on instagram if you want to share my discoveries as I find them.

Categories ,5th Base Gallery, ,Adam Graff, ,Biff, ,East End Prints, ,Esme Tearle, ,Girl Germs, ,Hero of Switzerland, ,Hey Laserlips, ,I Win, ,Jenny Haytch, ,Naomi Batts, ,Observation Experiment, ,Rad Science, ,Raj Dhunna, ,review, ,Sam Peet

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