Die for love
‘Die for Love’ opens this month in the heart of the East End at Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen showcasing the stunning collection of illustrations by internationally-renowned artist, Christina Koutsospyrou. The exhibition brings Christina’s unique depiction of contemporary culture to the forefront of the London art movement. Her critically-acclaimed pieces are eye-catching, influential and dynamic while retaining an underlying innocent and romantic narrative.
Christina’s extensive work around the globe has afforded her a staunch worldwide cult following with companies eager to brand her distinctive and progressive style.
Her illustrations have been snapped up by clients who work in industries of culture, education, fashion, music, magazine publishing as well as other individuals and organisations that have the openness to be visually stimulating and are looking for somebody with a strong understanding of contemporary culture.
Christina lives and works in London continuing with her illustrations, designs and artistry. She is busy completing new and interesting projects, both commercial and non-commercial. Apart from producing digital work, Christina creates beautiful delicate screen-prints, which she has been exhibiting successfully in various spaces around London over the last few years.
Her current exhibition is in association with the new street magazine, P.I.M.P and runs until 20th June 2005.