During this difficult time when galleries and museums are closed it is still possible to view the vibrant work of a local illustrator. Work by John will be hung in Colonnade House and can be viewed from the windows on Warwick Street and High Street from 9 June
We will be opening for visits to the gallery from 15 – 20 June 10.00 – 17.00.
At a time where many of us feel like we’re stuck on repeat, the need for positivity is universal.
GroundDog Day is a collection of bold and playful, dog themed artworks from local artist John Bond. His ‘Dawgmented Reality’ is projected onto anything that moves (or doesn’t), breathing K9 life into a host of inanimate objects, symbology and familiar day-to-day activities.
Following his debut title ‘Mini Rabbit Not Lost’, ‘Mini Rabbit Must Help’ is the brand new picture book written and illustrated by John Bond.
The book launches on the 25th June – published by HarperCollins – and is available to preorder now.
Click the buttons below to visit our online gallery, visit John’s shop and preorder Mini Rabbit Must Help;
John Bond is an illustrator, author and artist. Originally from a farm in the Cotswolds he now lives and works in Worthing – his studio based here at Colonnade House.
With a background in animation and digital media, John spent 7 years working at an award winning creative agency – designing and directing a multitude of projects for broadcast, games, apps and interactive content.
Since 2014, John has worked independently as an illustrator and artist, producing work for a wide variety of print projects, campaigns and products. His work has been exhibited in galleries internationally and has spoken at industry events such as Pictoplasma, Glug and Pecha Kucha.
His debut picture book, ‘Mini Rabbit Not Lost’ published by HarperCollins, was nominated for best picture book in the 2019 Waterstones Book Prize. His second book ‘Mini Rabbit Must Help’ publishes in June 2020.