Illustratrator Mr Bingo will be bringing his unique form of visual abuse to a London gallery.
Previously available in book form, Hate Mail is a collection of hilariously abusive postcards penned by Mr Bingo; and it’s now going to be an exhibition at KK Outlet. The gallery will showcase 250 postcards from Mr Bingo’s now extensive archive. What’s more, the first 60 people through the door of the private view on 6th June will have the opportunity to own a personalized piece of Hate Mail.
The Private View takes place on Thursday 6 June, 7 – 9pm, and the exhibition runs 7th – 29th June.
KK Outlet can be found at 42 Hoxton Square, London N1 6PB.
More Hate Mail will also be released during the run of the exhibition, and the sale time will be announced on twitter via @kkoutlet and @mr-bingo. It’s worth keeping a close eye on these because previous Hate Mail sales have sold out in minutes.
You can also go and hurl abuse at Mr Bingo in person should you wish to, as he’ll be setting up his studio in the KK Outlet gallery throughout the duration of the show. If further reason to visit were needed, signed copies of the Hate Mail book will also be able to purchase from the gallery (with Mr Bingo available to scribble a personal insult in your book too. Again, follow @kkoutlet and @mr-bingo on twitter to find out when he’s in the gallery).
So come June time, get ready to hurl those expletives and head over to Hoxton.