Join Mailing List

‘Work Books, 1984 – 2014′ by NIGEL SHAFRAN AT PHOTO HASTINGS 2014

DoBeDo contributor Nigel Shafran is exhibiting his sketchbooks as a part of Photo Hastings 2014 curated by Andrew Moran. 

He is showing thirty years of sketchbook work, diaristic notes, images and reflections in this show of his selected work-book pages, also with accompanying video presentations.

Click here to read more about it. 

TITLE: Work Books, 1984 – 2014
DATE: 13th – 26th October 2014, 12.30pm – 5.30pm Monday to Sunday
LOCATION: 6 Rock-a-Nore Road, Hastings TN34 3DW

Publishing + Censorship (Bootleg) AT LIMA ZULU

A collection of works selected by Rory McCartney, including work by DoBeDo contributor Tyrone Lebon. 

The exhibition is comprised of a selection of artefacts dating from 1585 through to contemporary items. The books, posters, prints, photographs and sound recordings shape a discussion around the suppression of public communication, and the cultural and political effects of a censored press. 

This show is running concurrently with an exhibition at the Oriel Sycharth Gallery in Wrexham where the original works are on display. The show in London at Lima Zulu will be comprised of photocopy reproductions.


TITLE: Publishing + Censorship (Bootleg)
DATE: Thursday 2nd October — 8th October, Opening Thursday 2nd, 7pm to10pm
LOCATION: Lima Zulu Project Space, Unit 3J, Omega Works, 167 Hermitage Road, N4 1LZ

“DoBeDo presents…” radio shows on Know Wave

Know-Wave Radio has come to London and they have given DoBeDo a weekly slot. 

We have given it a family theme and asked DoBeDo contributors and friends to do shows with their nearest and dearest. So far we have had shows by Mark, Frank & Tyrone Lebon, Dick and Jack Jewell, Naima Karlsson and Tyson and Max Fowler.

Stay tuned to for upcoming shows.

DoBeDo is proud to announce the launch of the latest Tshirt in the ‘DoBeDo Photographers Series Tshirt Subscription’ – #014 by Jamie Hawkesworth.
Photographer Jamie Hawkesworth is best known for his portraits of young people shot on his travels to towns throughout the UK.
The image on the front is a portrait of a boy in a Batman Tshirt shot in Bridgend in 2014 and the back image is a mended fence shot in Ipswich in 2013.
For the first time the photographer’s Tshirt will also come with a free publication. Limited print run of 100, only available with the Tshirt. Jamie’s zine is made up of 8 images that come apart as 3 pull out posters, designed by Edward Quarmby.

The Tshirt is available to buy here or as part of the DoBeDo Photographers Series Subscription.