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PROJECTS

2021
Familiar Ground w/ Ciara Callaghan
Lonely Numbers — Radio (25.09.21)
Familiar Ground w/ Deborah Fielding (Online)
Lonely Numbers — Summer Nights #3
Familiar Ground w/ Alice Boland-Rhodes (Online)
Lonely Numbers — Radio (28.08.21)
Familiar Ground w/ Alice Boland-Rhodes
Lonely Numbers — Summer Nights #2
Familiar Ground w/ Satin Akua
Familiar Ground w/ Jonny Clapham (Online)
Lonely Numbers — Radio (31.07.21)
Familiar Ground w/ Christy Thynne
Familiar Ground w/ Resolve & MKFF
Familiar Ground w/ Jonny Clapham
Familiar Ground w/ Andy Macdermott
Lonely Numbers — Summer Nights #1
Matters of Interest x Big Shop Friday

2020
Psst. Print and Record Fair
Stronger Together by Okocha Obasi 💥️
Matters of Interest x Big Shop Friday
THE CLUNKER
The Elephant Room with Dylan Fox
Evening Class
What Is She? with NOHAT
Listen Here!
Starting Something #6
Lonely Numbers Radio Live 02
Hannah Wilson
Monoprinting with Sophie Atkins
Resolutions 2020 – Exhibition
Lonely Numbers Radio Live 01
WALL with Sophie Atkins ︎
Starting Something #5
Resolutions 2020

2019
Quiz: The Christmas with Jonny Clapham
This is an art scene – ORDER NOW
Feature – Dave Hilliard
Feature – Katie Ellen Fields
Starting Something #4
Resolutions 2019

2018
WALL ︎
Starting Something #3
Now on Soundcloud
Starting Something #2
Match Balls
Starting Something
Resolutions 2018

2017
Peppermint
Store Records & Ernest Herb
IF I SHOW YOU MINE!
Publication launch
NO HATS
Supper Clubs 


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Our Last Friday events in the shop since 2019 have been kindly supported by funding from MK Council.

We’re also thankful to Milton Keynes Arts Centre, MK Gallery and centre:mk for their continued encouragement and help.

Big Shop Friday Limited is a registered non-profit limited by guarantee no. 11843214

Stronger Together
by Okocha Obasi

An on going print edition to raise money for the Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust.





£15
396 x 280 mm, two colour risograph
on 170gsm Munken Lynx


Now available in the Shop

Back in June, we held an open call for a Black designer to create a ongoing protest poster to replace our temporary banners; and to remind us that this conversation continues even after the hype dies down. 

Okocha Obasi is a multidisciplinary creative working between the fields of Art Direction and Graphic Design whose practice is ‘informed by the past, but curating for the future’. Currently director of RaceZine Collective and Tongue N Teeth club night, Okocha believes in the importance of design offering moments of hope, ecstasy, joy, and escape.

All the money made from the sales of these prints goes to the Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust.