Fundraising Event at Pop Brixton with Live Drawing and Doodle-based Entertainment

If you’re anywhere near south London and can make it over to Pop Brixton tomorrow, there’s a live illustration event in aid of Dunkirk refugee camp that is well worth a visit.

It’s part of a current exhibition of drawings by Laure Rees-Smith and will also feature live illustration from art collective, ‘Brothers of Stripe”.

Event starts at 7pm Thursday 19 May ’16 at Pop Brixton, Brixton. Follow the links for more details.

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Above image from ‘Doodle a Day’ by Laure Rees-Smith

Doodling is a proven way to focus your mind and also inspire your creative side. In her exhibition of drawings created once a day over a few months, Laure Rees-Smith aims to show people “how enjoyable and easy drawing can be, regardless of whether you consider yourself an ‘artist’ or not”.

Blank boards are available for members of the public to get involved and express themselves, and a live event will take place on Thursday 19 May ’16.

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Above: Brothers of Stripe at previous event

The evening will have illustration collective, ‘Brothers of Stripe’ entertaining everyone with their live drawing as well as raising funds for the refugee camp in Dunkirk.

And if you haven’t been to Pop Brixton yet, you should definitely check it this continually evolving creative, culinary, and community space.

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Above image from ‘Doodle a Day’ by Laure Rees-Smith

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Above: Brothers of Stripe at previous event

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Above image from ‘Doodle a Day’ by Laure Rees-Smith

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Above: Brothers of Stripe at previous event

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Above image from ‘Doodle a Day’ by Laure Rees-Smith

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Above image from ‘Doodle a Day’ by Laure Rees-Smith

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Above image from ‘Doodle a Day’ exhibition at Pop Brixton by Laure Rees-Smith

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Above image from ‘Doodle a Day’ exhibition at Pop Brixton by Laure Rees-Smith

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Above image from ‘Doodle a Day’ exhibition at Pop Brixton by Laure Rees-Smith

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Above image from ‘Doodle a Day’ exhibition at Pop Brixton by Laure Rees-Smith

© Laure Rees-Smith, 2016

© Brothers of Stripe, 2016

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