July 2, 2010 15:11

Foals collaborator Tinhead to hold exhibition of rare artwork

'Antidotes' sleeve creator set to show rare work

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Foals sleeve designer Tinhead is to hold an exhibition of rare and unseen artwork in London this weekend (July 2-4).

The Oxford resident will show some of his work at pop-up exhibition Tilt, in the capital's Rivington Street.

Speaking to NME about his association with Foals, Tinhead said: "I first met Jack [Bevan, drums] and Walter [Gervers, bass] at college, and they introduced me to the others, who were just forming the band at that point. They asked me to do the artwork and since then we've become really good mates."

Tinhead has created much of the band's artwork, including sleeves for 'Antidotes' and 'Balloons'.

See Tinhead.co.uk for more information.

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