A Sense of Place: Limited edition prints explore the idea of "home" and what it means

Have you ever wondered what makes somewhere special? Or why you keep returning to a certain place? A new exhibition in Brighton this month will help answer these questions (and also raise money for charitable causes).

A Sense of Place is a group show, curated by local freelance designer and art director Ty Abiodun, which explores the idea of place and what it means.

Bringing together 17 established and up-and-coming designers, agencies and illustrators from across Sussex, the exhibition at Bozboz Gallery from 21-30 September will include limited edition prints using various techniques. The artworks will be available to buy during the show, with profits going to two inspiring charities: Refugee Action and The Clock Tower Sanctuary in Brighton.

"This exhibition is an opportunity to show the value of open borders and to celebrate the talent here in Sussex, in what is a special and inspiring place," says Ty. "It's also a great chance to give something back and help others who aren't as fortunate."

To find out more, visit senseof.place.

All images courtesy of Ty Abiodun | Main image: Screenprint by Andy Smith

Bella Gomez

Bella Gomez

Lucy Sherston

Lucy Sherston

Mister Phil

Mister Phil

Nik Hall

Nik Hall