Be inspired by tattoo-influenced artworks from Ollie Munden's first solo show

See art, textiles, leatherwork and even a guitar in Brighton at the illustrator's exhibition.

Following the release of his first book, The Tattoo Colouring Book, last year, illustrator and long-time Digital Arts collaborator Ollie Munden is putting on his first solo show, which opens in Brighton on Friday (February 28).

While the show will include prints of his artworks, which draws on both American and Japanese tattoo traditions – plus a healthy dose of a very British outlook – visitors will get a chance to see his work on 3D forms too.

Working largely with collaborators, Ollie has created works spanning guitars, sculptures, leather products such as coin carriers and iPhone cases, and textiles.

The show kicks off with a launch party on Friday from 6-9pm, then opens properly on Saturday and runs until Match 22. It’s at the No Walls Gallery, 114 Church Street, Brighton, BN1 1UD. More info can be found on the No Walls Gallery's website.

Use the slideshow controls above and right to see more of what's on show at Ollie Munden's exhibition.

Right: Guitars created in collaboration with Portland-based guitar builder Jeff Nichols and leather expert Johnny Mateu.

Learn more about the guitar project and read interviews with Ollie, Jeff and Johnny.

Right: Detail from Ollie Munden's guitar.

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Right: A piece created with illustrator Pedro Oyarbide.

Right: Life

Right: Death

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Right: A pocketsquare designed by Ollie.

Right: The Cruiser skateboard deck.

Right: Fortune

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Right: A selection of Ollie's paintings and drawings.

Right: Pray for Me.

Right: Skull, Snake, Owl

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Right: A pack of stickers.

Right: A coin holder

Right: iPhone cases

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Right: A passport holder