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Illustrators' Christmas Fair 2016, Stereohype / FL@33 stand on the giant canopied outside yard between the Central Saint Martins and House of Illustration who organised the event, King's Cross, London, 2 Granary Square, N1C 4BH, Saturday,
10 December 2016, 11am–6pm.
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FL@33 / STEREOHYPE STAND
It is always a great opportunity and pleasure to meet collaborators, supporters and customers at these rare occasions when we have a pop-up shop, exhibition or fair stand. The Stereohype stand at the Illustrators' Christmas Fair attracted a lot of attention at this year's well-visited fair. Plenty of FL@33-designed products were on offer, beside those created for Stereohype by the rest of the 350+ talents from around the world that form part of Stereohype's graphic art collection.
___ Organised by the House of Illustration the fair offered a wide range of beautiful work by 100 contemporary illustrators and collectives. The giant canopied outside yard between the House of Illustration HQ and Central Saint Martins was transformed into a festive grotto of illustrated treasures and treats to tempt visitors at the height of the festive season. A lot of people came despite the wet and cold weather.
___ Thanks to all who made it to King's Cross to say hi – especially to all those who took the opportunity to patiently browse Stereohype's then alreday 1244-strong button badge collection that was spread out at one side of our stand. A very enjoyable sight considering that stereohype.com is of course most of the time an online boutique with virtual offerings that only become physical to customers once the product reaches their letterboxes.
___ Also available at the stand were the freshly launched FL@33-designed artworks of Button Badge Motif Print Series.

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