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J.W.Anderson collaborates with Ian David Baker

Workshop No 02 / March 2016

For the next phase of the J.W.Anderson Workshops, J.W.Anderson presents an exclusive collaboration with English Photographer, Artist and Illustrator Ian David Baker from March into April.

Previously Ian David Baker photographic prints have been exhibited and sold on www.j-w-anderson.com. These prints have played an integral part of the brand’s curated online collection which has now lead to this collaboration of exclusive products.

Core products include scarves, t-shirts, hoodies, knitwear, tote bags, and a blanket, all with a variety of raw-edged cotton appliqué Ian David Baker photographs. Raw edges are a key part of their presentation and symbolise the workmanship and craft of both Ian David Baker and the J.W.Anderson Workshops. Bespoke products include three 20th century patchwork quilts, selected at auction by Jonathan Anderson himself and again with raw-edged cotton appliqué photographs.

A book containing Ian David Baker artwork and photographs curated by Jonathan Anderson will be available for purchase also and limited to 500 copies. Additional products include Candyfloss Boy print poster, original Ian David Baker photographic prints and a concertina set of six photographic postcards.

"I first saw Ian's work in a very small magazine booklet that I bought a long time ago, the fun sense of nostalgia drew me in."
Jonathan Anderson

The book is currently available on pre-order at www.j-w-anderson.com and all products available from 23rd March in store at J.W.Anderson Workshops, 100 Shoreditch High Street, London, E1 6JQ & www.j-w-anderson.com.

About Ian David Baker:

Ian David Baker is a British image-maker whose work spans photography, illustration and painting. During the 1980s Baker photographed teenage youth culture and presented London street scenes which offer a personal insight into protests and parades at the time.

Coastal photographs from his debut publication 'Out of Season' (1987) nostalgically explore youth eccentricities at British seaside resorts. His collages combine his skills as a graphic designer and artist with his photographic work.

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