All Things Art and Design
Commission for Two Door Cinema Club for their Fifth Album ‘Keep On Smiling’
Alan Fears was commissioned by Two Door Cinema Club to paint the cover for their new album ‘Keep On Smiling’. The album is slated for release in Sept 2022 and is available in limited edition coloured vinyl.
‘The LP’s artwork was created by acclaimed British artist, Alan Fears, known for his vibrant, 80s-inspired style and pop culture references, his signature colorful, theatrical, often humorous and elementally positive paintings lend themselves perfectly to visually encapsulate the themes of Keep On Smiling.
T-Shirt collab with OLOW
Alan Fears has collaborated with French fashon brand OLOW on 2 x new T-Shirt designs for SS22 featuring 2 of Alan’s paintings.
Turn that frown upside down and let your eyes roll around on the new and improved Alan Fears 2022 Calendar…
A3 ringbinder calendar with 12 pages printed on 250gsm satin paper.
We are thrilled that Alan Fears has again been selected to take part in this years 2021 Art on a postcard auction. There are 4 x postcards available, the lot numbers are 121, 122, 123, and 124.
‘We are delighted to announce the return of Art on a Postcard’s (AOAP) Winter Auction. The largest Art on a Postcard Winter Auction to date will take place this November, in celebration of twenty years of The Hepatitis C Trust. This marks the seventh edition of the Art on a Postcard auction and culminates their celebration of twenty successful years raising awareness for the illness, supporting those living with it and taking key steps towards its eradication. For this edition 250 artists, including Ryan Mosely, Petra Schott, Lisbeth Mitty and Hurvin Anderson, have created approximately 550 unique, mini postcard masterpieces. The Art on a Postcard auction is an essential and innovative fundraising tool, forming a key pillar of The Hepatitis C Trust’s annual operations..
Auction runs 4th – 25th November
Thrilled that Alan’s painting ‘The Paper Tiger’ has been selected for The John Moores Painting prize 2020.
The Exhibition is open now and you can visit it virtually on their website.
The internationally-renowned John Moores Painting Prize is the UK’s longest-established painting prize, founded in 1957. The Prize brings together the best in contemporary British painting right now.Supporting artists from all over the UK – whether they’re undiscovered, emerging or established in their careers – the prize provides a platform for artists to inspire, disrupt and challenge the British painting art scene today. All entries were judged anonymously over a two-stage selection process by our panel of judges.
Past winners of the art prize include David Hockney (1967), Mary Martin (1969), Peter Doig (1993), and Rose Wylie (2014). Sir Peter Blake, winner of the junior prize in 1961, is Patron of the prize
Alan Fears’ painting ‘The Paper Tiger’ featured in The Times on Wednesday 27th January.
‘The Paper Tiger’, by Alan Fears, is a finalist in the John Moores Paintings prize exhibition, opening online later next month’