Exhibition #3 at The Museum of Everything.
The home of untrained art reopened with a bang last week to celebrate a new exhibition, curated by Rug Company collaborator and pop-art grandaddy Sir Peter Blake.
The exhibition pulls together Blake’s own extensive collection of amazing objects and creative ephemera…
…and includes the work of eccentric Victorian taxidermist Walter Potter.
Also on view are WWII Rear Gunner Ted Willcox’s hand-sewn tapestries of 50s pin-up girls, commissioned by Peter Blake.
All images courtesy of The Museum of Everything.
In 2009, Peter Blake designed his own tapestry for Banners of Persuasion, an exhibition set up by The Rug Company owners, Christopher & Suzanne Sharp. For details of this limited edition work, visit the website.
Make your way to Sharpeshall Street before Christmas to see more weird and wonderful things! For details, click here: The Museum of Everything.