We're Just Dotty About Dot To Dot Artworks

By Londonist Last edited 24 months ago
We're Just Dotty About Dot To Dot Artworks

Londonist is proud media partner to Dot London.

See Yoni Alter's Dotted Fox go for a walk at makeyours.london.

If you picked up our limited edition paper copy of Londonist last week, you'll have seen these delightful circular pieces dotted all over the back. Better still, these dots come to life at makeyours.london.Two things London does brilliantly? Art and tech. See the two collide beautifully at digital art initiative Dot to Dot — a series of 20 works you can catch online and out and about.

Some of our favourites include Bert Gilbert's The Eyecon, a shifting blinking eye (we reckon this is what we all look like on the tube), Simon Eve's LSDSLR, capturing all the childish excitement of 'driving the train' and Yoni Alter's Dotted Fox: London's most iconic animal, shamelessly trotting along.

Catch the works in situ at satellite exhibitions at venues across the city including Covent Garden, Borough Market, One New Change, The Trunk at The Artworks in Elephant & Castle, BoxPark Shoreditch and St Christopher’s Place.

If you're feeling inspired, get cracking on your own design and you could win a VIP Dot London Experience: £200 worth of delicious dinner at a Dot London restaurant, a luxurious stay at the Ace Hotel in Shoreditch plus your very own Dot London domain.

To enter, upload your artwork to Twitter, Instagram or Facebook using #DotToDot for a chance to win. Visit makeyours.london to download the blank Dot to Dot PDF.

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LSDLR by Simon Eves: all the excitement of driving the train.
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The Eyecon by Bert Gilbert: see the animated version for the shifty eyes of the London commuter.
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City Eye (Plenty) by The DNA Factory: the joy and despair of London life.
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Dreaming of Big by Greyworld: a little girl's paper cut-out journey to the Big City.
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Roots by Gregoire A Meyer: all about multicultural London.

Last Updated 15 February 2016