Business as Usual Exhibition at The Book Club

Tongue-in-cheek show of amusing and smutty painted signs of all kinds—anything but business as usual!

Business as Usual Exhibition at The Book Club
Business as Usual window splash at the Book Club.

Last month saw the opening of the Business as Usual exhibition at the Book Club in London. It’s not an understatement to say that it was a road block, with a queue for those that didn’t get in early to see the work of 13 sign painters having fun with their craft. A few highlights below from the 50+ pieces on show.

Withnail & I done by Brilliant Signs.
Withnail & I done by Brilliant Signs.
Always love this joke, this one executed by Brilliant Signs.
Always love this joke, this one executed by Brilliant Signs.
Not far from the City of London where the real embezzling happens. From Jon Leeson, Letterknight.
Not far from the City of London where the real embezzling happens. From Jon Leeson, Letterknight.
Archie Proudfoot getting straight to the point.
Archie Proudfoot getting straight to the point.
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Toilet humour from Bespoke Signs.
Toilet humour from Bespoke Signs.
Dry humour from Dry British.
Dry humour from Dry British.
Back to the 70s with Letterknight’s Lon Leeson.
Back to the 70s with Letterknight’s Lon Leeson.
From Fly Signs.
From Fly Signs.
No faking it on this piece from Freestyle Signs’ Peter Anthony.
No faking it on this piece from Freestyle Signs’ Peter Anthony.
Puntastic work from Bryce von Leadfoot.
Puntastic work from Bryce von Leadfoot.
A political direction for this piece from James Cooper at Dapper Signs.
A political direction for this piece from James Cooper at Dapper Signs.
One of Dapper Signs' showcards in situ.
Eyes on the prize from Ged Palmer.