LE GUN Biography


LE GUN was founded in 2004 by a group of MA graduates from the Communication Art and Design course at the Royal College of Art, London. LE GUN is an independent narrative illustration publication, which provides a common ground for both emerging and established artists, illustrators, writers and poets.

Since the 2004 inception of LE GUN, the group’s core – Neal Fox, Matthew Appleton, Bill Bragg, Chris Bianchi, Alex Wright, and Robert Greene – have produced five issues of the publication. They have initiated countless projects in Europe, including installations, shows, and design work.

Deftly combining low-brow humour and irreverence with arcane references and homages to the likes of Baudelaire and Max Ernst, their wildly imaginative work is sometimes shocking and subversive, sometimes haunting and moving, and always intricately-detailed, personal, surreal, and honest.

The members of the collective live and work by Andre Breton’s words, 'The man who can’t visualise a horse galloping on a tomato is an idiot.'


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