Animated David Shrigley Paintings in the Sketch App

London’s Sketch restaurant is sought out for more than its menu; its sci-fi, egg-shaped toilet pods and beloved David Shrigley paintings attract an audience, too. Now the Mayfair eatery has added an augmented reality element to the experience. The restaurant’s new app—developed by Hato—allows Shrigley’s artwork “to break free from its frames on the walls and invade your surroundings.” There are 15 Shrigley illustrations available …

MAAT’s Playmode Exhibition Intertwines Art and Games

Playful but precise and poignant, the Playmode exhibition (curated by Filipe Pais and Patrícia Gouveiaat and on now through 17 February) at Lisbon’s Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology features works by David Shrigley, Mary Flanagan and plenty of others. The work range from dark and conceptual to entertaining and emotionally informative, and span visual art and gaming to form coherent narratives about life and …

David Shrigley’s New Work at London Restaurant Sketch

While the bathroom at Sketch seems to be the most Instagrammed place in London, there’s much more to the restaurant. Namely, the largest number of original drawings artist David Shrigley has ever exhibited in one place. Recently, Shrigley updated the walls at Sketch with some 91 new works—some which break away from the original black and white theme by including splashes of bold hues. Take …