Druck Berlin :: Private View

Druck Berlin :: Private View

So, after hours of printing and erecting a the massive show at Stattbad in Berlin, all of the collectives have finally finished and are enjoying a Jägermeister and ginger ale during the private view. Apologies for the low quality photo, however there will be much more to see over the next two days during the festival. Check back for updates.


Footprint Co-operative

Footprint Co-operative

I first came across the work of Footprint Co-op with the wonderful Riso printing for Inc Zine #3. They are a workers co-operative, which means their business is owned by the workers. As they have no bosses they run it as they want, doing interesting jobs for interesting people.


Ghosthouse Collective

Ghosthouse Collective

Ghosthouse Collective is a group of tattoo artists who have pushed there work into the medium of printed tees. This t-shirt is modelled by the lovely Emily Johnston.


Heretic :: Forbidden Unions

Heretic :: Forbidden Unions

The guys over at Heretic have been printing a new series of screen prints titled ‘Forbidden Unions,’ working along the idea of things that shouldn’t be united with each other of course.


NO Way

NO Way

NO way is an independent agency run by Charlotte J which is based in East London. They represent emerging, cutting-edge artists. Lots and lots of exciting things to be seen here and a whole bunch of potential for future movements.


Jiha Moon

Jiha Moon

Going a little oriental today with the mixed media work of Jiha Moon, who currently lives and works in Atlanta, Georgia. Some very intricate pieces and lots of different printing methods.


The Collaborative Works of Jeff & Paul

The Collaborative Works of Jeff & Paul

Self bio: Jeff & Paul work well together. Jeff is a freelancer designer in Detroit. Paul is a designer at Google’s Creative Lab in New York. Occasionally they get together and make things. Sometimes for themselves & sometimes for others.


Jez Burrows

Jez Burrows

Jez Burrows is a designer, illustrator and woodland appreciator, based in Edinburgh. He is co-founder of independent press Sing Statistics, one fifth of collective Evening Tweed, and frequent contributor to It’s Nice That.


Teenagers In Love

Teenagers In Love

Teenagers in Love is a California casual clothing company which started in 2010. Their intentions are to keep the world bright, unique, and freshly dressed. Pulling much aesthetic inspiration from vintage surf, skate, & BMX culture as well as vintage motorcycles and graphic design. In a world with 10 million tee shirt companies, TNL is here to provide a little extra warmth and good looks.


Exhibition :: Pulled at YES Cincinnati

Exhibition :: Pulled at YES Cincinnati

I just came across the site of Chris Glass who has taken some lovely photos of Mike Perry’s exhibition that happened back in May / July this year. It was a showcase of the artists that were involved with his newest publication, ‘Pulled’.


Beach London

Beach London

Beach is a café, bookshop and gallery in Shoreditch. Alongside a revolving series of monthly shows, Beach also hosts a diverse selection of evening events, such as screenings, poetry readings and more. They represent a selection of exciting up-and-coming artists, and support these artists by helping them create affordable books and editions which are offered in the café space alongside exhibitions.


Baz and Chaz

Baz and Chaz

B.C. is a curatorial group & gallery formed late in 2011 with the aim of presenting exhibitions in a variety of contexts. Seizing upon the availability of empty spaces caused by the recession, B.C. keep their exhibitions fresh and site specific by working in a variety of unusual spaces.


Craven OSC

Craven OSC

Craven’s got some prints for sale.


King Robbo

King Robbo

Buy some prints to help the fundraising effort through RK here. Get well soon.


Repeat Press

Repeat Press

Repeat Press is a letterpress studio located within The Fringe Movement in Union Square, Somerville.


Artcrank London

Artcrank London

At LMNH this Friday. With a new set of original, limited-edition bike posters—all of them selling for £30, get yourself down. Überkraaft and Matt Taylor have stuff showing.


Alex Fowkes

Alex Fowkes

Alex is a graphic designer who has just left the awesome Waste and has moved down to London on the hunt for new things. Worked with him on my periodical a while back—he knows what’s up.


Jiro Bevis

Jiro Bevis

Jiro Bevis is rad.


Louise Naunton Morgan

Louise Naunton Morgan

The image on display here is a tiny screen grab of Louise’s project titled ‘Laser Loop’. Her work is very meticulous and is pushing print into new areas. She is also known for her work as ‘The Human Printer.’


RIP :: Eduardo Paolozzi

RIP :: Eduardo Paolozzi

Sir Eduardo Luigi Paolozzi is the first artist to be featured on People of Print who is sadly not with us any more. He died aged 81 in 2005 with many amazing accomplishments in the world of art. Check out some of his prints, which strangely have a contemporary feel to them.


Justin Blyth

Justin Blyth

Justin has a very cool style of design and illustration. He often uses halftone within his collages and is very playful with his work. There is lots and lots of amazing things to be seen on his website. Go take a look.


Nicholas Burrows

Nicholas Burrows

Nicolas is an artist from the British Isles, living and working in London. He is also an art director with Nous Vous collective. His output includes illustration, drawing and painting, writing and music-making.


Nelly Duff

Nelly Duff

Nelly Duff on columbia road sell limited edition hand printed artworks. All are numbered and signed by the artist, and they support a range of illustrators, street artists, graphic designers, and generally good print stuff. They recently released a sell out edition of prints in collaboration with Eine immortalising in print his CHANGE mural on nearby Old St.


Sophie Kern

Sophie Kern

Successfully slicing up all kinds of materials to create intricate fashion and illustration designs. Colourful collages and and pen lines work as well on her pages as they do on her garments.


Rob Matthews

Rob Matthews

Rob’s work can be described as graphical illustration as he uses both digital and traditional illustration to express his ideas. Often challenging the viewer to reconsider the purpose of print and wasteful living. My particular favourite is the Light Pollution World Map which uses UV reactive ink to show the areas of light when under a UV lamp


James Brown

James Brown

James Brown is a lino cut and screen print illustrator. All printing processes are done by hand in small editions for advertising and promotional graphics. Bold characterful prints give the feel of festival liveliness in neat immacculately registered layers of colour. His illustrations and typography have a humorous quality and give the feel of long gone eras.


Elizabeth Corkery

Elizabeth Corkery

We are really enjoying the work of Elizabeth Corkery…especially the series titled ‘Visual Notes on Synaesthesia.’ This girl has a Masters in Printmaking and it shows in her work.


Sneak Preview :: Druck Berlin :: Aurelia Lange

Sneak Preview :: Druck Berlin :: Aurelia Lange

Ninth in our lineup to display a print at Druck Berlin is a Polish lady named Aurelia. She currently lives in Bristol and dabbles in all sorts of mediums, screen printing being just one of them. We love her work!


Sneak Preview :: Druck Berlin :: Heretic

Sneak Preview :: Druck Berlin :: Heretic

The eighth print that we have selected for Druck Berlin is by the very talented creative team known as Heretic. Luke, Jon and Therese work from the awesome (Sub) Zero Studios in London. They are a force to be reckoned with.