After 10 years of exhibiting some of the UK's best graphic art, the Kemistry Gallery is facing closure due to redevelopment of their current home. (Which reminds me of this Grayson Perry cartoon, very apt.)
However they are not going down without a fight and have grand plans for the future including establishing a new permanent location. The first step towards that goal is an exhibition in the new year to celebrate the very best of classic and contemporary visual communication, including work by Saul Bass, Milton Glaser, Parra, Jean Jullien and Anthony Burrill. But to do so they need a bit of help and have started a kickstarter project to get enough funding. There's lots of goodies up for grabs to encourage you to part with your cash, all the details are over here.
If you're a fan of the graphic arts then help keep Kemistry alive by backing the campaign.