On Sunday 24th November we ran a live screen printing workshop for vInspired at Ministry of Sound for their #GetTrashed campaign. The idea is to customise or exchange your clothing in order to save it going into a landfill. We created some super simple geometric graphics so that the customisers could experiment with printing layer upon layer onto their garments. The workshop went down a treat and many people were happy with their new hand printed clothes. Feature
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Here’s a selection of the live print events that we love to do. Our clients and workshops include, V&A, MasterCard, Levi’s, KK Outlet, Fedrigoni, Anthony Burrill, Pick Me Up, Icon printing and of course our own events. We have a lot more lined up over the coming months and would love to see you all there. Feature
Earlier this year we were filming at Somerset House for Pick Me Up 2013. During the ‘Heavy Pencil’ event, there was lots of live drawing onto Fedrigoni paper topped off by the extremely fun and energetic band, ‘Owen and The Eyeballs’ who were all dressed up for the evening in crazy balloon costumes. Lots of fun to be had by all. See you at their next gig. Feature
We have been working along side Hugh and Nathan from Peckham Print Studio in order to create a shortlist for our print-based director’s pick. These ten graduates will be given the opportunity to visit us for a portfolio viewing. One of the graduates will then be selected to create an edition of prints sponsored by PPS and will be part of their online collection. One of the prints will be stored in our archives. Feature
This is another event that we were ecstatic to be part of was the opening of the Hollywood Costume Exhibition at the V&A Museum. The lucky winners of the MasterCard Priceless competition got to print over 150 t-shirts with us within a three hour time frame. It was a non-stop printing event for us but we thoroughly enjoyed it and everyone came away with a t-shirt and tote after experiencing the process of screen printing themselves. We commissioned the Hollywood themed artwork to artists we have featured on People of Print. Another example of a service we are happy to provide. Feature
Last year during the Olympics we were in the front of house section at the Levi’s flagship store on Regent Street for almost two months. We were working alongside Wicked Printing Stuff on a project whereby the public could come an print an iconic Anthony Burrill t-shirt or one of the wining submissions that were updated daily. The whole event was based around the idea of craft and hand made. Everybody loves to see the process of screen printing and to have a go themselves and has always been a successful activity during press and marketing events. Feature
Fedrigoni got in touch with People of Print to ask help host an event celebrating the move into their impressive new show rooms at Clerkenwell house. Calling upon the incredible Anthony Burrill to create a strikingly bold poster the event celebrated the new Fedrigoni ‘Materica’ paper exploring how it can be used through the application of print. The exciting event saw a huge influx of different design, print and media professionals marvel over Burril’s fantastic artwork as they were given an opportunity to experience and interact with the process of screen printing hosted by Marcroy Smith & James O’Raw. Feature
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Earlier this year, we were given the task of setting up a functional screen print studio in the enormous Kibera Slum in scorching hot Kenya. The conditions were far from ideal, with dusty streets, lack of clean running water, small workspace and many other variables that would make it difficult to print. However, with the determination and support of Rachel Baughen from Kipepeo Cards we managed to bring this idea to reality earlier this month. Feature
We are very excited to be working on this incredible project alongside Chris Haughton and Akshay Sthapit of Node. We have selected 18 designers from across the globe to create a 2m sq carpet design which have been hand crafted in Nepal. It is a non-profit social business that supports a school and an orphanage. The rugs will be for sale via the Design Museum Shop. Ever heard of a better project!?
We are very excited to be working with our previous clients Arcane Roots again. We will be printing more wonderful things for you guys to buy at their shows. We saw them live and we were blown away by the superbly tight rhythms and breakdowns mixed with heavenly vocals. This band is going far!
It’s day two of ‘What’s Next?’ for education week with our live screenprinting and letterpress with the great guys from Peckham Print Studio and Studio Mothership at KKOutlet in Hoxton Square. Book your tickets for the FREE education discussion panel here. If you haven’t come down yet, here’s a peek at what everyones been up to. Feature
We are very excited to be running a series of workshops for the final week (25th – 29th June) of KKOutlet’s month long extravaganza of workshops, talks and exhibitions. We will be covering the topic of Education, creating artwork in response to talks and running various different print workshops. We have Studio Mothership running letterpress workshops, Peckham Print Studio and Jim O’Raw running screen print workshops and the fabulous Bolt Editions will be running a really cool riso printing workshop. Paper sponsor by GFSmith.
The wonderful people at Mootown asked us to hand screen print some banners which they would sew onto their market stalls. There will be a grand unveiling of these banners tomorrow at North Cross Road and a Royal Bermondsey Spa markets where they will be cutting some delicious cheesecake at 12 noon. Feature
As you may well know, we are working with MayNinth to create a wonderful book of print related content. We have had hundreds of amazing submissions and we will be selecting what we think is the creme de la creme to be in the book. This is your last chance to submit your work so please fill in this form. Do it now.
We can get pretty much anything you want printed in any format you like. You name it we will know how to get it done for you, or be able to advise you. If you would like us to do an edition of prints for you then fill out this form. We will also be doing a similar form for t-shirts so you can get your own designs made.
Well well well. It’s Easter Sunday and what better time than now to recap what we did at the incredible contemporary design fair that took place at Somerset House from 22nd March until 1st April. It was a blast and there was so much to see. If you managed to make it down you would probably agree with me when I say that it was a complete brain overload of top notch design, illustration, prints and workshops. Far too much to absorb in one day.
We will be running a series of print workshops this year at Pick Me Up, one of which will be live T-Shirt Printing hosted by CopyEm. You will be able to select from a collection of awesome designs to print onto a teeshirt before your very eyes. We have a whole range of t-shirts and have been sponsored by the wonderful 123 Bethnal Green Road Store. (Click the plus for more info)
We are very happy to have screen printed a limited run of 200 unique record sleeves for the awesome Sarah Kelleher of Misfit Mod. They will be available soon for online purchase from her new record label, however if you’re in London…head on down to Rough Trade, Shoreditch to get your hands on one. Quick before they’re all gone. You should all like her Facebook page. The awesome cover design is by the talented Brooke Olsen.
Apologies for the lack of posts, although there is a valid excuse. We were visiting Brighton University yesterday to deliver a professional practise talk to the 2nd and 3rd year illustration and graphic design students. It was a lot of fun and it was great to see the incredible work and talent that seems to spew out of Brighton. Amazing!
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: firstname.lastname@example.org