Bonnie and Clyde is an artist and printmaker who uses photography, paint, collage and print to construct graphic mixed media pieces. These deeply personal creations are born of a fascination with street photography, psychogeography, people and signage – and draw inspiration from her loves in life including music, film, typography and architecture.
Having studied 3D Design at Kingston University Bonnie and Clyde set up her own graphic design business in Manchester, producing everything from posters, tee-shirts and book sleeves to websites and full festival campaigns. With these design sensibilities under her belt she now lives and works in Brighton.
Bonnie and Clyde’s exhibits in a number of galleries in London and across the UK as well as internationally in cities including Brussels, Stockholm and Berlin.
She has had solo shows at Lawrence Alkin Gallery in Soho, London, Lilford Gallery in Canterbury and Leeds College of Art.
‘The Strip’ was used as catalogue image and for promotional material for the prestigious exhibition ‘Subterraneans’ exploring beat culture, showing alongside idols such as Richard Prince, Marcel Duchamp, Roy Lichtenstein, Sam Taylor-Johnson and Yoko Ono.