Rinse FM moves into the murky world of art this month as they present a ten day exhibition of their design team and house photographer’s work.
‘Rinse Presents: A Visual Retrospective – The Work Of Shaun Bloodworth & Give Up Art’ celebrates the design and photography of the former pirate station and off shoot labels design collective Give Up Art, and the perhaps more familiar name of Shaun Bloodworthy, the man responsible for shooting the Transition Mastering Studios cutting machine for the cover of Kode9‘s seminal ‘Dubstep Allstars Volume 3’, released by Tempa in 2006.
Meanwhile, Give Up Art have shot every cover of the much-respected Rinse CD series, as well as working on every Tempa release since the labels inception. No mean feat when you look at the back catalogue of one of the most important UK labels of recent history.
The exhibition will be at the Truman Brewery Gallery – shop 14, Hanbury Street for 10 days from 12th to 21st of August.