Our open studio, collaborative visual space and shop in Bristol's Old Market Quarter.
Army of Few
Ever bought music you’d never heard on the strength of the artwork, or went to a rave because you liked the look of the flyer? Artwork in music is as important now as it ever has been, The visual representation of an audial sensation. Over fifty percent of music and almost all event marketing nowadays is consumed digitally. While most music releases, shows and events still have considered and expertly commissioned campaign visuals spanning across a range of mediums, the quality of artwork in music hasn’t been compromised, but the size you view it, in most cases, has. After all, it’s still the first thing you see. Army of Few is first and foremost a design studio, home to our small but potent band of multi-disciplined music creatives. It’s also an open collaborative space for artists, collectives and brands to express the visual representation of their product for what it is… Art. Since it's opening in June 2019 the space has seen success in the form of 'Raving '89, a curated fortnight show exhibiting the photographic work of Gavin Watson, and also as a one night pop up event space for local Bristol Drum & Bass label Sofa Sound. A versatile open space, Army of Few offers independent creatives an intimate setting to showcase their work or brand, in the heart of Bristol's rapidly developing Old Market Quarter. Contact us for rates to hire the space. Custom preparation packages are available.
Our Recent Works
McFly ‘One Night Only…Again’adminDecember 15, 2020