An Apple A Day
DR.ME’s faux physician’s monocle is the inspiration behind the exhibition An Apple a Day. Which is a visual exploration and dissection of the medical profession overlaid with the collectives personal themes, then served in their signature satiric style.
The groups primary members Edwards and Doyle are approaching their final months of studying Design at MMU while preparing for a summer in New York working for the globally treasured illustrator Mike Perry. Although DR.ME is still in its honeymoon period they have already built a respected reputation and portfolio designing logos, visuals, magazines, and posters for the North’s creative industries. The duo’s future plans are to develop the collective by working between the Big Apple and Manchester collaborating with artists they respect of both the visual and audio variety.
The special guest for the exhibition is Galapon, an established London based illustrator whose recent Op art stylings have graced a cover of the Guardian Guide, and the curvature of ample chests with his recent Phoenix t-shirt designs. Notably his work has been featured in New York Times, Wallpaper* and Wired, to name but a few of many.
Edwards, Doyle and Galapon are proud to present to you this exhibition via the walls of Common, and they hope that both your eyes and mind enjoy it in equal measure.
So please, do take a seat… The Doctors will see you now.