We’re loving the work of Linus Kraemer, his work has that ‘something.’ Visually clever, great ideas and a lovely gentleman.
Sture was born in 1935 and as he puts it…he “survived his childhood.” I find everything about this man fascinating. Keep your eye out for the September issue of Dazed and Confused for a full interview with Sture by Francesca Gavin. Make sure you have a look at his site, have a read, be intrigued.
The sixth artist to be exhibiting at Druck Berlin is Sac Magique. His work has a vey unique style and we look forward to seeing it as a two layer screen print.
BITE is a new printmaking show that will showcase prints by artists working in a range of different printmaking methods. It provides artists and printmakers with an opportunity to exhibit their work at the Mall Galleries in central London from 24th August to 3rd September. The submission deadline has been and gone, however the show will definitely feature some amazing prints for some very talented artists, considering the Chairman of Selectors was the Professor of Printmaking at RCA for 10 years.
Tomorrow is the opening of the Print Now exhibition which will feature over 100 works from emerging artists who use the medium of print. We’ll be down there to have a look what’s to offer. The show runs on until 27th Sepetember at BEARSPACE. 152 Deptford High Street, London, SE8 3PQ.
As you all know, People of Print have been asked to select 10 artists to exhibit at an amazing screen print festival in Berlin, hosted by Mother Drucker. Druck Berlin will run on 27th and 28th August with tickets for sale here. Here is a preview of the print design by Jasper Goodall.
The work of Eric Carlson & Aaron Anderson has a very unique style and can be seen at thisisawe.com. They are very quirky and humorous with their content and execution, for example they have some hand cut and screen printed urinal tubes for the ladies that want to stand. Also be sure to check out their Information Tunnel.
Jim Datz shares the same creative studio as Mike Perry in Brooklyn. His work often imitates the style of a screen print even if it isn’t one of his wonderful 7-layer screen prints. He has plenty of amazing work on his site to keep you intrigued for a loooooong time.
Kunstkammer is the work of Steve Hockett who doesn’t seem to have an ‘about me’ section to his website, so everything I say here could be complete nonsense. However, I do believe he lives in North England and he clearly has a knack for screen printing.
Jonathan is a designer based in Cleveland USA. He has a great ability to mix his illustration with clean graphic design to create well solved projects. I particularly like these t-shirts.
Sanna Annukka is an illustrator and printmaker who is represented by Big Active Creative Agency. With her fantastically perfected vector graphics, she has created work for numerous clients and bands alongside creating her own brand and product range. Totally amazing.
KVGD is Kerr Vernon, an independent Glasgow based Graphic Designer with over 15 years experience. He works with local, national and international clients in the arts, education, finance, retail, FMCG, healthcare, music and charitable organisations. Working in partnership with only the best web developers, photographers and writers in the industry Kerr Vernon delivers creatively-led, engaging and memorable design for print and the web.
People of Print are proud to announce that we have been invited to exhibit at the Druck Berlin screen print festival, hosted by Mother Drucker in Berlin on the 27th and 28th August. We will be selecting 10 artists to exhibit at this amazing festival. If you are interested please send mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org and we will send you more information on this event. Be quick, the spaces are filling up.
Get A Grip Studio are joining forces with Inkygoodness on Saturday 23rd July to offer a screen printing workshop. Click the link above for full details.
We have recently been introduced to these insanely detailed and beautiful linocuts by Mark Andrew Webber. Apparently he has to use some form of steam roller to print onto the paper. Wow.
We are blown away with Scott’s amazing screen printed gig posters. He is multi-disciplinary in the design and music worlds who is based in LA. Also a member of Young Monster design collective.
Jim Sherraden is manager, curator, and chief designer of Hatch Show Print which is a division of The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. Hatch Show Print is a 129 year old letterpress studio based in Nashville, TN which has produced tonnes of unique American graphical art.
A genius idea from Melissa Rachel Black. Traditional letterpress mixed with gangster rap lyrics to create some awesome birthday cards for your loved ones. Oh and she also creates portraits out of Gummy bears.
Jason Munn is originally from Wisconsin, but now calls Oakland, CA home. He began making posters almost ten years ago for local venues and independent musicians, designing under the pseudonym The Small Stakes. Now, working under his name, Jason continues to focus on posters, as well as design and illustration commissions.
David Foldvari is designing the first batch of T-Shirts that will enter our online store. We are very excited to have his work translated onto a limited edition run of hand screen printed t-shirts. More information will be online early next week and the tees will be available for pre-order.
Andrew Magee is a painter / screen printer who claims to be an ‘International Alchemist’. Take a look at some of his print work.