Cult cartoonists and animators Modern Toss are bringing their unique brand of precision swearing and stylishly cak-handed drawing to the Maverik gallery in Shoreditch this summer for a two-week exhibition.

The wits behind Mr Tourette and the Drive-by Abuser are invite visitors to witness their limited edition prints, interactive art pieces and assorted paraphernalia from the 'Toss cabinet of shit-naks'.

The organisers says that is London's first ever proper celebration of Modern Toss artwork -- so expect some special treats including a three ton marble fly; two eggs in a cage fighting over a pin; a talking, stuffed bird moaning about sitting on a twig and Mr Tourette's incisive summing up of the international banking crisis.

The Tossers claim they will be concentrating on "addressing contemporary themes" with this exhibition, including a 'Periodic Table Of Swearing', a drop-in art therapy session in the form of a 200metre long communal cartoon, some live poetry reading from the Drive-by Abuser, a selection of 'Space Argument' prints and some highly collectible dirty pictures, hand-stitched in wool by enthusiastic mature
ladies.

The exhibition runs from June 22 to July 4. Prices for limited edition letterpress and silkscreen prints range from £30 - £200.