The Graphical Tree has launched Twenty One Trees, a gallery listing guide, and resource for the art community in central London.
The Twenty One Trees website covers contemporary art exhibitions local to us in W1 and the surrounding areas. (+ a few worldwide shows on occasion too) It also features articles about and interviews with artists.
We started the site to contribute to the art community we are surrounded by, and who we work with. Let's give something back we thought. And one way is to help advertise the contemporary art exhibitions which take place in local to us in central London.
The name is inspired by the unit numbers for both company production sites, in W1 and Uxbridge, west London – you guessed it, number 21.
If you pop along to 21 Great Titchfield Street, W1, The Graphical Tree’s central London HQ, you can experience the print kit we use for our in-house specialist fine art production print services, in the form of giclée services. We're happy to show you paper options and print samples; talk to you about how to produce your work, and even give you a space to sign limited edition prints once they're ready if needed. And you can of course take a look at a local art exhibition while you're in the area – just check out the Twenty One Trees site to see what's going on nearby.
As well as services for artists, we also offer production and installation services to galleries too. Those we already work with include the Halcyon Gallery, Unit London, and Gazelli Art House (as well as special projects for Tate, V&A and the Royal Academy of Arts)
From the facade signage advertising a current show to descriptive text decals and even wayfinding, signage refers to information graphics that help guide people through a space. It facilitates the exhibition goer’s journey and enhances their understanding and experience of the environment and show.
There are many ways to produce signage. These include simple cut vinyl decals applied to walls or glass, printed boards, hanging graphics or 3D cut to shape designs. Whatever the creative maybe we'll have a method suitable for production and installation. If you have ideas you'd like to walk to us about, or even need some help at the conception stage of your planning, just let us know and we can arrange a consultancy meeting to discuss. This can even be on-site so we get a feel for the exhibition and space and what you're trying to communicate.