Returning nationally this month for their slots at The Falls Festival and Southbound before they embark on their four-date national tour, Little May have announced one hell of art campaign to get behind. Curated online and culminated in an exhibition, the project will celebrate the launch of their debut album For The Company.

Titled #ArtForTheCompany, the showcase will see 11 incredible local artists create work in a variety of mediums, inspired by a selected track from their LP. It’s such a great idea, I’m a little envious of those involved, particularly as #ArtForTheCompany celebrates this creativity across all art forms. With the process being tracked across the hashtag over Facebook and Instagram, the inception of Little May’s LP has surfaced over the last few days; adding dimension, texture, and most of all, distinct and vivid imagery for their release.

With the physical exhibition will run from Friday 2nd October until Sunday 4th October at Goodspace, there’s quite a bit of space to get there. I can say freely, music and art lovers probably shouldn’t miss this and should check this out. The exhibition will feature work from acclaimed photographers Mclean Stephenson and Prue Stent, Sydney-based muralist Mulga, fashion label Serpent & The Swan, illustrator Georgia Hill, Ears, Honey Long, Antwerpen, Emily Ellis, Furry Little Peach and Luschia Porter. Excuse me, I’ve got to hop onto Instagram now to stalk this opulent hashtag.

 

LITTLE MAY PRESENTS:
#ARTFORTHECOMPANY
From Friday 2nd October | Goodspace, Chippendale

PRUE STENT
MULGA
EARS
LUSCHIA PORTER
SERPENT & THE SWAN
MCLEAN STEPHENSON
HONEY LONG
GEORGIA HILL
ANTWERPEN
EMILY ELLIS
FURRY LITTLE PEACH