Beetopia

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The Honey Club is pleased to announce Beetopia, an exhibition that brings together 25 top illustrators from across Europe.

Artists were invited to depict “beetopia/a community or society possessing highly desirable or perfect qualities for bees and human beings”.

Proceeds will directly support artists and the Honey Club and its mission to evolve and expand a network of bee caring communities in urban spaces – from rooftop to garden, hive to street, business to people.

Founded in 2010, the Honey Club is an initiative between local youth charity, Global Generation; brand consultancy, Wolff Olins and social enterprise Urban Bees.

Beetopia is on view at the Guardian Gallery (90 York Way London N1 9AG) Daily, 9am-7pm Monday, 04 August - Sunday, 17 August 2014

The auction will conclude on Monday, 18 August at 11:59pm. Winning bidders will be contacted by the Honey Club to arrange pick up or shipment of artwork. Collectors may choose to keep the frame that the work is exhibited in or have the work sent unframed. 

Framed work: collectors must arrange to pick up illustrations at Wolff Olins in Kings Cross

Unframed work: will be mailed locally free of charge (international shipping must be arranged on a case by case basis)

Find out more here: www.honeyclub.org
Get in touch: contact@honeyclub.org

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Jordy Van Den Nieuwendick - Untitled
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Jean Jullien - Untitled
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Clara Goundry - Bee World
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Nene Jayne Camara -The 10 commandments of Beetopia
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Jonathan Calugi - Be Your Bee
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Charlotte Trounce - Beetopia by Bus
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Antonio Ladrillo - Bee
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Tawfeeq - 3D Printed Bee House
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Camille Rousseau - Dancing with the "Beetopia"
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Alec Doherty - Untitled
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Vincent Pianina - Untitled
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Heretic - Untitled
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Anne Harild - Stack
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Hvass & Hannibal - Untitled
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Hiromi Suzuki - Plantasmagoric
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Robert Nicol - Beekeeping
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Jan Buchczik - Untitled
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Atelier Bingo - Untitled
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Maria Goundry - Bee's eye view
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Chris Batantu - Money Honey
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Kevin Lucbert - Beelings
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Yoboh Studio - Untitled
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Damien Poulain - Bee
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Sarah March - Beetopia
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Sarah Boris - Honey and the City
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