Known by his work with rock band Radiohead for whom he has been producing album covers and promotional materials since 1994, Stanley Donwood’s illustrations often touch on socio-political issues.
Stanley Donwood’s experimentations with new mediums and techniques have led him to create both impressive large-scale works and exquisite fine art printmaking.
Stanley Donwood has won two Grammy Awards for Best Recording Package with his Radiohead work on the band's Amnesiac cover and Best Special Limited Edition Package for In Rainbows.
Donwood has also published a number of short stories and picture books.
He lives in Brighton, England.
We have been working with Stanley Donwood since 2009 when the artist first showed a solo body of work, Printed Papers, at ink_d Gallery, Brighton, where Dan from Whistleblower Gallery was then working as a curator.
Whistleblower Gallery represents Stanley Donwood both in our gallery in the UK and abroad.
WAY OUT, a solo exhibition of original works and prints co-published by Stanley Donwood and Whistleblower Gallery, Whistleblower Gallery, Brighton, UK.
The Uncanny Scenery of a Dream, an exhibition of prints and illustrations published by The Folio Society, Jealous Gallery, London, UK.
StrangeNESS, a solo exhibition of original works and prints co-published by Stanley Donwood and Whistleblower Gallery, Whistleblower Gallery, Brighton, UK
Bad Island, Residency, UK
Arborealis, an exhibition of prints, Jealous Gallery, London, UK
Watermarks, Works Made with the Weather, a solo exhibition of original works on paper and canvas, Whistleblower Gallery, Brighton, UK,
White + Black, Group show, Whistleblower Gallery, Brighton, UK, March/April
Here we go!, Group show, Whistleblower Gallery, Brighton, UK, Nov./Dec.
Paintings from A Moon Shaped Pool, Bonnefanten Museum, Maastricht, The Netherlands, June/September
The Panic Office, Carriageworks, NSW, May/June
Dream Cargo, Lawrence Alkin Gallery, London, March/April
Hollywood Doom, Chapter, Cardiff, Wales, Nov./March
Apocalypse Boutique, Hang-up, London, Nov./Dec.
Far Away is Close at Hand in Images of Elsewhere, The Outsiders, London, Sept./Oct.
Atomic Drawing Room, The Enterprise, Chalk Farm, London, July
Occupational Hazard, Ink_d, Brighton, UK, Nov./Dec.
Lost Angeles, Subliminal Projects, Los Angeles, Apr./May
Black Maze; The Minotaur, Old Vic Tunnels, London, Oct.
Work on Paper, The Outsiders, London, Feb./March
Palimpsest, Mondo Bizzarro, Rome, Oct./Nov
Over Normal, Fifty24SF, San Francisco, Sept./Oct.
Red Maze, Schunck, Heerlen, Netherlands, Jan./March
El Chupacabra, Weapon of Choice, Bristol, UK, July/Aug.
Printed Papers, Ink_d, Brighton, UK, March/Apr.
Everybody’s Happy Nowadays, VIPs, Amsterdam, July/Aug.
I love the Modern World, BTAP, Tokyo, Apr.
If You’d lived Here You’d Be Home By Now, Lazarides, London, June/July
Department of Reclusive Paranoia, VIPS, Rotterdam, May/June
Dead Children Playing, Iguapop, Barcelona, Nov./Dec.
London Views, Lazarides, London, May/June