Ritianne Muscat has been working as a freelance photographer for only 15 months and her work is being noticed all over. She is a largely self-taught experimental photographer and multimedia artist who has a keen and sensitive eye for the abnormal, absurd, weird and surreal. We look forward to seeing more work from this lady.
Idem is formerly known as Atelier Mourlot and is renowned for bringing about the renaissance of art lithography in Paris between the two World Wars. Litho printing with Matisse, Picasso, Miro and other legends of painting, Mourlot studios still holds a wonderful history in it’s 15,000 sq ft studio which is over two floors with a gleaming glass roof. Somebody please, please, please take me!
I get the feeling with Tom Edwards he’s taking the piss a bit, but I think a lot of great artists do that. His work is really funny and I love it and it’s great to see that it’s really popular in Beach. A really old woman brought one of his prints, which has a guy on a magic carpet on it. It’s nice that everyone can appreciate it.
Yannick and Chloe have redesigned their website. It’s a lovely, clean design that is easy to navigate through a world of the most amazing screen printed work and installations. We love Seripop.
Outline Editions was started by Bill and Camilla who have a wealth of experience in both curation and the art world. The image displayed is the amazing work of Sarah King who is just one of the selected artists.
Bonjour Jean-Jacques are two cool kids from Paris. They’re really young graphic designers and are doing some really interesting stuff. Their work is very trendy I guess – a lot of internet art but they seem very grounded in art history, which I think stands them out from a lot of the Tumblr internet art types and marks them out as ones to watch…
This coming week we have Charlie from Beach London contributing to our site. He has a lot of awesome things lined up for your viewing pleasure. He clearly has an eye for all things that are awesome because he directs what is on display in his store. We are very fond of this guy and he likes to make a strong punch at his private views.
I have just been introduced to the amazing work of Richard Lohse, who started off creating systematic oil paintings and later went on to produce some killer prints. I love how his work looks like the dither on a low resolution digital image yet it is created by manually placing blocks of colour with perfect registration.
Wow, these guys got in touch with us in regards to the new Jiro Bevis t-shirt they have printed, but it doesn’t end there…just go take a look for yourself. Rad.
First Thursdays are back and Print Club are proud to present: TOTEM A live screen printing event. Illustrators Hugh Barrell and Dominic Owen will combine their drawing styles to create and print a series of totem poles live in the Print Club London Gallery! So come down and say hi, have a drink and get inky!
We are honoured to be taking part in this years Pick Me Up graphic art fayre at Somerset House. It will run from 22nd March until 1st April where we will be joining some of the very best collectives, galleries and artists. People of Print will be running several print workshops along with live drawing and printmaking.
If you are interested in volunteering, submitting work or helping with the workshops then please let us know: email@example.com
Hannah is an old classmate of mine and probably one of the best drawers that I know. Then she started translating her drawings into huge lino cuts and other large scale prints. Totally mind blowing.
One of the biggest trends in graphic design at the moment is the use of bold, overlaying colours and lots of warped / scanned typography. Pretty much everything that I love. This post is the work of Amsterdam-based design studio Drawswords, which was founded by Rob van den Nieuwenhuizen (NL). The studio’s work is characterised by visually strong, clear and refreshing content-based typographic solutions. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do.
We recently printed these awesome posters for Arcane Roots.
Paper: GFSmith 270gsm Ebony Colorplan
Ink: Handmade silver metallic ink Feature
Tony Lee is a graduate from RCA who has incredible skills in printmaking. He is currently the print technician at Camberwell University of The Arts, and a very helpful one at that. He doesn’t yet have a personal website, but feel free to browse his images on Facebook.
Not only does HORT have a well designed website that readjust according to window size, but there is a lot of amazing content that fills the screen for your viewing pleasure.
Gabriella likes to draw detail and experiment with pattern. At the moment she is working on screen prints onto different fabric applying the patterns to garments. She mainly likes to hand draw fine lined and plans to use her prints for a T-shirt business that she is setting up with her sister in Brighton.
The post lady keeps on bringing us wonderful mail here at 129 Bethnal Green Road. Today we got a lovely package from Amy Leigh, who sent her ‘baise-moi’ zine along with some posters. From what I can tell she is a graphic designer with a sense of humour and a passion for cinematic smut. Please keep sending your wonderful printed matter to us via mail and we will create a feature page for all things posted.
Hato Press is a speciality printing and publishing house based in London. They specialise in both screen printing and Risograph printing processes. The Risograph machine prints with soy based inks resulting in cost effective prints with unique qualities.
A bit of a different post here…but who doesn’t want a huge image of space as their bedroom wallpaper? They also over a wallpaper screen printing service. It might come in useful for some of you guys.
The Bear Cave is a multidisciplinary design studio based in New York specialising in brand identity, creative direction, web design, silkscreen and illustration. They have a very clean style and have worked for some for some great clients. It’s nice to see screen print being used for projects like this.
Chris likes to use lots of different print processes in his work and also stays very current with the graphic trends. He has some really fun work to look at and a great choice of colours throughout.
So, here’s a name you probably haven’t heard before! The infamous Andy Warhol. No matter what anyone says, this guy conquered the world with silk screen as his weapon. Absolute legend. I have linked you to the Warhol Museum, which has pretty much everything you need to know or see about this man.
Mark is illustrator from London. He works most often using brush and ink or lino/woodcuts, there is a light-hearted sense of humour running throughout his illustrations and a strong graphic quality.
I first met Katy in 2008 when she was the studio technician at Spike Print in Bristol. This lady has a few tricks up her sleeve when it comes to printmaking…and a wonderful body of work in her portfolio. We are loving the diamond screen printed cushions.
Yoshi Sodeoka is a multidisciplinary artist and musician from Yokohama, Japan, who’s lived and worked in New York for more than two decades. “Sodeoka’s psychedelic video art—informed by his background as a painter, punk rocker, and electronic musician—is a dystopian clash of noise and beatitude.”
Matthew is a London based illustrator who works primarily in linocut and screen print. A very traditional style with a contemporary and witty twist. Check out this cat’s “Meowstache” haha.
Kim is a printmaker and musician from Brooklyn, NY. She and I have collaborated on quite a few projects for Killer Acid, and beyond. When she isn’t busy playing music with her band, Puppies, she is busy filling the world with her smart, fun, and colorful screen prints!
I just stumbled across this article about print taking a long time to die. It was written almost 2 years ago but still seems to be the case. Long live print!
Emily has a great sensitivity to colour, layout and cleanliness with her work. Crisp clean lines and gradients are a pleasure to the eye. We really love her style. Go and buy some of her prints.
Jon Vermilyea makes crazy monstrous screen prints and comics in the vein of classic American grotesque. His work pushes the envelope, especially in regard to snot, eye crust, alien flesh, haunted forest scene, brain wrinkles, and general face melting!
Jim the Illustrator is bloody brilliant. He does a bit of everything, including playing music in a dinosaur suit and stand up comedy.
Bob London does a hell of a lot of drawing. Lots of which are applied to t-shirts, sweatshirts, art prints or pants. Very fun illustrations to browse through.
Burgerac is constantly on the hunt to find the perfect burger. It’s all about burgers and burger related products.
Deli Grocery is a t-shirt (and more!) brand from Brooklyn-based artists Kimberly Reinhardt and Jeremiah Stewart. I especially love their Western style ‘pocket kitten’ Tee and their classic Dagthulhu (Cthulhu/Dagwood eating a sandwich) Tee..!
Patrick describes himself as an “inter-planetary bounty hunter” and his work reflects that statement. He has just updated his site and we’re blown away with the trippy imagery, grainy textures alongside the wizard-like colours and bitmaps. We definitely want one of these prints on our wall.
We are currently collecting prints for our BIGGEST group show to date, which will take place in Mid-March, London 2012. Everyone is asked to submit some of their current print work, with a maximum of 5 pieces. The collection is getting BIG. We don’t have a name for this show, but we know that it’s going to be BIG. We look forward to seeing what you submit. DEADLINE 1st MARCH.
Now What? is the collective talents of three Cornish College of the Arts Juniors from Seattle, WA. Lindell Serrin, Robert Bennet and Julian Straits primary discipline is screen printed posters, fliers and other printed media. Their project is under the guidance and supervision of the Seattle based interactive design and development studio, IF/THEN.
Jungyeon Roh is an NYC based illustrator and printmaker from Seoul, Korea. Her current screen prints are all about the joys of eating and living healthy versus the evils of food modification, animal slavery and the subsequent pollution of body and the soul… in a fun, loving, and colorful way!
Hell’O Monsters is a Belgian collective formed by Jérôme Meynen, François Dieltiens and Antoine Detaille . The three artists successfully blend their individual styles to create an imaginary universe occupied by hybrid characters such as monsters with multiple eyes, mutated animals, humans with their heads split open.
Paula has a wonderful collection of painting and prints. She has work in several permanent collections including The National Portrait Gallery, The Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors, Baron and Baroness Von Oppenheim and Ted Baker Ltd. Keep an eye on this lady.
The London based artist Marie Err summarises her work as illustrations, screen prints, comics and stupidity… And indeed, she doesn’t make the usual ‘soft girlie drawings’ ; her work has obviously some playful graffiti influences. Besides her nice drawings, she also makes great illustrative typography.
Oh, Snap! is based in Portland, USA and offers amateur and professional photographers a new platform to share their work and is continually seeking out interesting photos for the line of t-shirts. Fabulous idea and some tremendous photography.
Katie Scott is a Brighton graduate who has always been immensely good at drawing. You’ll probably be seeing her illustrations around and about. Here’s a lovely video of a screen print process.
Donuts is a super rad store located on the slopes of Bristol. They sell lots of cool garments. Just go and have a look at the online shop. Oh and the guy who runs it is a cool dude, if you go into the store say hi from me.
Printshop is a screen printing press set up in January 2011 by Tom Pratt and Oliver Shaw of Catalogue. As well as graphic design they are also exceptionally passionate about screen printing and set up the press to offer the service at an affordable rate.
The following text is lifted directly from the Bare Bones website because it says everything that needs to be said:
Bare Bones is an self-effacing exercise in free press and publishing. Funded by it’s contributors, Bare Bones is supported by emerging and established artists, photographers, film makers, writers and illustrators.
Created in the eye of the global fiscal meltdown, Bare Bones aims to keep low budget/high ideal creativity & community alive and kicking. Published quarterly (ish) they always welcome new contributors, financial bail outs, rich old ladies and any other forms of help.
Each issue is launched with an exhibition featuring work from the contributors. Oh and it’s free. Spread the love lovers.
27th to 31st January 2012—
We celebrate the advent of Leeds Print Festival with an exhibition of innovative print works from regional, national and international artists and designers that will run for the duration of the festival.
Si Scott and Anthony Burrill already confirmed. Looks good.