Step into a world bursting with vibrant colours and creativity at the “Be Human” immersive pop-up on Carnaby Street. This stunning collaboration between Carnaby Street and the incredibly talented artist Kris Andrew Small is nothing short of a visual masterpiece. Until September 27th, this captivating installation is a must-visit for anyone looking to be inspired and uplifted.
Kris Andrew Small’s vision has transformed 57 Carnaby Street into an art lover’s paradise. The floor-to-ceiling wrap-around artwork is a breathtaking sight to embrace, alongside limited edition prints and apparel available for purchase are true collectors gems. Plus, it doesn’t stop there! The pop-up offers an array of engaging workshops, including live screen printing, panel discussions, live painting sessions, and a curated pop-up shop featuring work by Kris and some of his talented artist friends.
At the heart of it all is the powerful message to “Be Human”, encouraging us all to remember our shared humanity. I Kris Andrew Small explains, “the world is getting bigger and bigger and more complex than ever. It’s easy to get consumed by it and forget at the base of everything we are Human. Of course, our world is so diverse and celebrates so many cultures and identities. London is one of the most diverse cities on the planet and Carnaby Street is right at the centre of that, making it the perfect location for this installation. The ‘Carnaby in Colour’ campaign aligns with my artwork as it celebrates everything to do with colour and inclusivity in the area, which also helped to inspire my work for this installation.”
This pop-up is more than just an art installation, it’s a testament to the creativity and diversity that London represents. Whether you’re an art enthusiast or simply looking to be inspired, this pop-up is a must-see. Visit the “Be Human” immersive pop-up on Carnaby Street before it closes on September 27, 2023.
For more information on the installatioN visit Carnaby.co.uk