Age of Aquarius

Age of Aquarius

Looking for some new summer garms? Casual menswear clothing label Age of Aquarius is a London based brand with a, surfy, natural mystic vibe, perfect for the beach and holiday, or even just summer in the city. The brand pays attention to print and pattern as the main focus for its overall aesthetic. The prints range from abstract and textural, to ethereal photography. Started in 2012, Age of Aquarius has produced select pieces each season, aiming to compliment your existing wardrobe with carefully considered prints. Age of Aquarius is made and printed here in the UK toencourage and support UK industry and minimise their carbon footprint. Feature


Sight Unseen OFFSITE

Sight Unseen OFFSITE

Influential online magazine Sight Unseen is pleased to present its brand new design fair ‘Sight Unseen Offsite’, allowing the very best of creative and thought-provoking design talents to exhibit from 16-20 May 2014. Following the success of Noho Design District, Sight Unseen’s co-founders Jill Singer and Monica Khemsurov have decided to take over two floors of raw space in a landmarked Soho building in New York and turn them into an exhibition space showcasing a fascinating mix of homeware products, furniture, textiles and designs created by independent brands and agencies from across the globe. Feature


Interview |  Hugo Puttaert – Think In Colour

Interview | Hugo Puttaert – Think In Colour

We have been receiving so many amazing things in the post lately, and this is another fine example of something which blows us away. We are always so happy to get our hands on something which is so beautifully designed, considered and produced, not to mention the cover that changes colour with heat. We had the chance to interview the graphic designer behind Think In Colour – 380 pages of delicious visual content that takes you on a journey though a world of colour. Hugo Puttaert really shows his skills and expertise as a professor, editor and creative director. We love this book and it has taken prime placement on our bookshelf. Feature


Adidas Originals X Farm :: SS14

Adidas Originals X Farm :: SS14

With all eyes on Brazil in the run up to the world cup, Adidas Originals have teamed up with Brazilian fashion brand The Farm Company to drop a collaborative collection for SS14 and its all about print. Merging classic 3 stripe pieces with tropical bold graphics the vibrant collection highlights the visual impact of print through pineapple, floral, birds of paradise and kaleidoscopic designs. Feature


Sope Studio

Sope Studio

Today we collected our post from reception and one of our favourite packages was a roll tube delivered from Sope Studio. The roll tube contained a gorgeous gold custom letterpress printed logo onto marbled paper stock, stickers and a letterpress press release printed in gold ink. These guys know how to get your attention for sure. Feature


Competition | Win PRINT ISN’T DEAD Magazine

Competition | Win PRINT ISN’T DEAD Magazine

We are running a competition via Rafflecopter in order to give you a chance to win a copy of Print Isn’t Dead Magazine, alongside a bunch of other prizes, including stickers designed by Kyle Platts and a typeface t-shirt designed by Andy Cooke. You can enter up to 11 times by completing some simple tasks. GOOD LUCK! Feature


Jane Eastlight

Jane Eastlight

When you find a good thing, don’t let it go. That’s exactly why producer electronic artist Patten has teamed up with Jane Eastlight once more to design the cover art for his latest musical offering “Estoile Naiant” This talented lady also produces videos and cover art for other artists on the Warp records label, with one of her preferred methods being compiling imagery found through search engines. The cyber referencing collage she has created for Pattens latest EP perfectly encompasses the wiry dial-up inspired melodies inside the cover. Feature


East Editions

East Editions

East Editions is an inspirational Sydney-based open space dedicated to limited edition products created by select visual artists and designers from both Australia and around the world. East Editions offers a variety of homeware goods including textiles, handcrafted wooden furniture, screen-printed quilt covers and pillow case sets. Feature


Lazy Oaf SS14

Lazy Oaf SS14

UK based brand Lazy Oaf are renowned for their illustrated cartoon focused prints, and their debut SS14 collection certainly does not disappoint. Featuring a wide variety of fresh prints this season we are introduced to a digital rain mac jacket, coral worm farm shirt and polka dot trou, and that’s before we even mention the highlight of the collection, a yellow stuffed crust Simpsons-esque pizza print shirt. (Available to buy now) Feature


10 Deep :: Spring Delivery 2 :: Internationally known

10 Deep :: Spring Delivery 2 :: Internationally known

10 Deep dropped the 2nd delivery of their spring look book ‘Internationally known’ last week, and as ever it was bursting with their trademark all over prints amongst block colour. With a wide variety of graphic prints this season the collection explores global design influences with prints ranging from floral patterns to maps and Arabic fonts. Feature


Quality Screen Sticker Printing by Sticker Robot

Quality Screen Sticker Printing by Sticker Robot

Our search for quality long-lasting screen printed stickers stopped when we came across Sticker Robot. These guys really know what they’re doing when it comes to making stickers of all shapes and sizes. Their client list is huge and they deliver worldwide. Our customer experience with them was next to none and we can’t speak any higher words of their delivery speed and sticker quality. They kindly took some photos of our stickers in the sticker printing process, so you can all see what goes into the production. Feature


Mike Frederiqo :: Riccardo Tisci :: Nike

Mike Frederiqo :: Riccardo Tisci :: Nike

Mike Frederiqo is a Dutch illustrator that has recently released his much anticipated latest creation involving a dope illustration of Riccardo Tisci as the iconic Nike ‘Swoosh.’ Exceptionally designed, the illustration visualises both the white and black colourway of the recent collaborative Riccardo Tisci Air Force 1 kicks. Feature


KesselsKramer | “Say Hello With Moo”

KesselsKramer | “Say Hello With Moo”

Moo.com has teamed up with KesselsKramer to devise and launch a new, playfully epic campaign for the US market. The campaign, that will run across TV, radio, digital and OOH, builds on Moo’s dedication to quality and the irreverent outlook of both brand and agency. The main TV advert and digital spot features a re-imagined business card production process of fantastical proportions. KesselsKramer commissioned the build of a low-fi but functional printing machine, complete with a paper feed treadmill, dedicated screen printer and confetti bellow. Feature


Shoop & Cookbook Magazine :: Collaborative shirt

Shoop & Cookbook Magazine :: Collaborative shirt

Madrid-based brand Shoop were founded in 2011 in efforts to bring inspirations in street culture and music together to form patterns for printed fabrics providing sportswear with an ‘urban sophisticated edge.’ Recently teaming up with Cookbook magazine (also hailing from Spain) the pair has dropped a dope monochrome shirt. Sporting a particularly nice pattern incorporating all-over hand-drawn illustrations (on white) for the top of the shirt, the lower half is finished nicely with a block black bottom. Feature


Modla X Damilola Odvsote :: Air Force 1 printed sculpture

Modla X Damilola Odvsote :: Air Force 1 printed sculpture

3D printing studio Modla has teamed up with London-based artist Damilola Odusote to create the most incredible 3D sculpture I have ever seen!
Inspired by the iconic Nike Air Force 1 kicks, Damilola created a dope 2D illustration turning the shoe into an entire world. After Damilola handed the illustration over to Modla’s head designer, Jon Fidler, Modla worked some magic via 3D software before printing the sculpture I SLS nylon plastic. Feature


‘New Flavours’ Colourful Calendar :: Nearly Normal

‘New Flavours’ Colourful Calendar :: Nearly Normal

English creative studio Nearly Normal have recently made a calendar for the year 2014 titled ‘New Flavours’. Nearly Normal, a London-based design studio known for their strong passion for paper craft and collage, have created this themed calendar showing patterned numbers on different half-cut succulent fruits. Through delicate paper folds, each month suggests a seasonal taste and texture of each fruit made entirely from colour paper. The calendar is undoubtedly perfect for any home or office and it could possibly prove a great inspiration for a healthy diet, too. Feature


Uniforms for the Dedicated :: SS14

Uniforms for the Dedicated :: SS14

UFTD are a brand for the ‘progressive men of the world’ merging style with design ethics as they create timeless garms to be worn year in year out. With a strong dedication to high quality and sustainable fabrics the Stockholm based brand hope to ‘set a precedent within the fashion industry and drive the change towards a more caring industry – influencing brands, suppliers and consumers alike.’
Their debut SS14 collection pays homage to print as it celebrates abstract art and paint-splatters translated through pattern in an all over print, not forgetting exclusive work by painter Antonio Lourenco. Feature


Annu Kilpelanien

Annu Kilpelanien

Annu Kilpelanien is a Finnish born Illustrator working in London. I first met Annu printing with the lovely guys down at Peckham Print Studio, she is every bit as vibrant and fun as her pen drawings. Annu’s favourite subject matter seems to range from Caribbean to corner shop, and everything looks like when its really hot outside and you’re wearing yellow-tinted sunglasses. Think high summer. Annu has been picked by Pick Me Up Selects this year and recently published her first book with Peckham Print Studio. Feature


Robbert Rubbish

Robbert Rubbish

Robert Rubbish is one of the founding members of LE GUN magazine. Born in 1973, Robert Rubbish Greene studied Communication Art & Design at Royal College of Art in London from 2003 – 2005. Historic London is an especially inspirational place for his work which brings together his interests in curiosities, joke shops, facial hair, Victorian punk revivalism and gin. Feature


Astro-Black Collective | Lunar Calendar

Astro-Black Collective | Lunar Calendar

Astro-Black Collective is a collective of artists, writers, animators and sound designers representing galactic funk and extraterrestrial geometry. Astro-Black came about through a shared love for interplanetary geometry and galactic funk. Collectively they aim to channel all their galactic forces to send you on a wondrous voyage through the astral fields. The collective has worked together on art direction, set/prop design, murals, event décor, video, animation and album artwork design, as well as working on their own independent projects, making their “combined creative forces infinite.” Feature


Kenzo X Toiletpaper | SS14

Once again teaming up with the masterminds at Toiletpaper, Kenzo have recently dropped a dope campaign film for their SS14 collection. The 30-second film sees the collections sea-inspired prints morph into a hypnotic animation as they unfold into a surreal under-water fantasy filled with ‘trippy visuals.’ Feature


Printed Pages :: Winter 2013 Issue

Printed Pages :: Winter 2013 Issue

The It’s Nice That team have been kind enough to send us the latest issue of their Printed Pages quarterly magazine which is packed with fresh imagery and content including interviews, discussion and debates on art, design and all forms of creativity over 76 pages. This winter issue is dynamic in bringing a sense of blue skies to the winter months. Feature


Lo Parkin 'LFW an Illustrated Panorama' promo from Lo Parkin on Vimeo.

Lo Parkin :: ‘LFW an Illustrated Panorama’ Teaser

People of Print’s very own Lo Parkin has been busy working on her first limited edition illustrated publication for over a year. We’re thrilled to debut the first glimpse of it via her teaser video. At long last the publication has finally gone to print. We’re very proud of Lo, she’s a very talented illustrator and there are many exciting things to come from her in the near future. Watch this space for her fully illustrated panorama of London Fashion Week. Feature


Case Studyo

Case Studyo

Case Studyo was born out of creative agency Toykyo Productions in 2012 in efforts to take limited edition artworks to the next level. Currently a publisher and producer of artwork the studio are powered by collaboration working with a selection of contemporary artists across a board artistic spectrum. Triggered by ‘changing boundaries of the art world’ work produced by the studio is free of predefined rules and consequently is not limited to a specific style or visual language as artists cultivate their own stories / case studies and develop their ideas to form unique objects. Feature


P.A.M  SS14 :: ‘Acid Poke’

P.A.M SS14 :: ‘Acid Poke’

Melbourne based brand Perks and Mini have been ‘putting the fun back into streetwear’ since 2000, and their new lookbook ‘Acid Poke’ for SS14 certainly reinforces their ‘fun side.’ Maintaining pastel colours and psychedelic aesthetics print is again a focal point of the collection depicting subtle floral, (non-traditional) dandelions, polka dots and cloud motif designs throughout. Feature


Portfolio Review for Entries | Kuvva

Portfolio Review for Entries | Kuvva

Kuvva is a beautiful wallpaper gallery for your iPhone and Mac desktop that turns dead space into creative space, offering images from artists, photographers, and designers that you can set as a wallpaper on your Mac, or as the lock or home screen on your iPhone. It is the creation of the fantastic innovations studio Present Plus based in Amsterdam, who are also responsible for the creation of world renowned WeTransfer. Kuvvas’ ambition is to literally stick to anything that emits backlight and they are currently scouting out new illustrative and design talent to add to their beautiful database of images. Feature


James Jarvis :: Norse Projects collaboration

James Jarvis :: Norse Projects collaboration

Norse Projects have recently teamed up with legendary illustrator James Jarvis to release a very special collaborative range of T-shirts for SS14. Graphic prints have been selected from Jarvis’ ‘Spheric Dialogues’ drawing series (2012) and explore his thoughts on art, existence, knowledge and skateboarding. Furthermore the collaboration sees the release of 4 hand-pulled, 42 x 30 cm silkscreen prints on natural Rivoli 300 gr paper with 30 of each design all signed and numbered. Feature


Kaput

Kaput

Kaput is an online distributor spawned by Feira Plana, the art book fair created by Bia Bittencourt which began at the Museum of Image and Sound (MIS) in São Paulo, Brazil. Kaput has been going strong for over a year, circulating independent books in Brazil and abroad. Kaput is now a publisher selecting the most beautiful books available as well as producing their own unique editions. Feature


Secret 7″

Secret 7″

Secret 7” is back and is calling for submissions for the annual event that combines music and art for a good cause. Secret 7” are looking for creative’s to design individual, one of a kind record sleeves through interpretation of selected tracks from 7 of the best known musicians using their own unique design style. Feature


Stussy :: J Dilla capsule collection

Stussy :: J Dilla capsule collection

Today marks 8 years since the death of legendary producer J Dilla, and Stussy have released a capsule collection in commemoration. Released on Feb 7th (which would have been Dilla’s 40th birthday) the collection features a long and short sleeve tee in white and black that sports J Dilla’s portrait complete with classic Stussy illustrations. Feature


People of Print :: Studio Mail

People of Print :: Studio Mail

We get a lot of amazing things sent to us in the mail so we thought we’d share some of them with you in one big post. We like getting exciting mail its always a great start to the day so please send us more stuff and see it featured in our next Studio Mail post. Feature


CMYK Playing Cards | Hundred Million

CMYK Playing Cards | Hundred Million

Brilliantly stripping away all the heritage and history of good playing card design, Hundred Million have removed everything that they could. CMYK Playing Cards were born from the happy realisation in their studio that the maths fits. A traditional deck of playing cards consists of 4 suits with 10 cards (not including face cards). All they had to do was switch the suits for colours of ink used in printed media (cyan, magenta, yellow and black) and swap the numbers on each card for a percentage of ink on the surface. Feature


Patta & Stussy | Capsule Collection

In celebration of their 10th year anniversary, Amsterdam based label Patta have teamed up with street wear giants Stussy to release a dope capsule collection. The cobranded collection features graphic tees, crewnecks, shirts and headwear with a particular highlight being a fly panel tracksuit reflecting an 80’s casuals aesthetic. Feature


“Sleeping With The TV On (Sweet Dreams)” | Dave the Chimp

“Sleeping With The TV On (Sweet Dreams)” | Dave the Chimp

Dave the Chimp’s work is about balance. Black/white, happy/sad, right/wrong, ying/yang. You can’t have one without the other. Disguised in unbearably cute forms are characters suffering from heartbreak, hate, and despair. Crisply painted characters populate the dirtiest alleyways. Light can’t exist without darkness. “Sleeping With The TV On (Sweet Dreams)”, Dave’s first print with rikiki, is a perfect example of this duality. A scene of comfort that changes when the lights go out. Feature


‘THINK DIFFERENT’ Print | Karl Grandin

‘THINK DIFFERENT’ Print | Karl Grandin

This ‘Think Different’ Digigraphie Print by Karl Grandin is for sale at 1950 SEK (£182.337 at todays exchange rate) which comes signed and numbered. It’s a simple yet effective ironic take on the infamous Apple advertising slogan used in the late 90′s whereby the slogan was set next to historic figures including the likes of Alfred Hitchcock, Pablo Picasso, Mahatma Gandhi & Frank Sinatra. Karl Grandin has made a name for himself by creating clever spin-offs from existing brands and items. We truly love what he does and look forward to seeing his future projects. Feature


Hood by Air

Hood by Air

Skyrocketing to the forefront of Street Style with their sports inspired aesthetic, New York brand Hood by Air’s garms were hard to get hold of until recently. Having finally opened an online store you can finally get your hands on their iconic heavily branded screen-printed tees and even better news is that they ship internationally. Feature


MillerGoodman

MillerGoodman

David Goodman and Zoe Miller set up MillerGoodman where they sell the both MillerGoodman products and their favourite vintage finds. Passionate about good design and creative play their ShapeMaker collection is designed for both children and big kids alike. The collection of 25 colourful geometric cubes, are hand printed on replenishable rubber wood providing the potential for endless design combinations. The blocks combine beautiful design and functional fun bringing new classics to the toy market, with an environmental consciousness at the heart of their designs. Feature


TOILETPAPER Magazine

TOILETPAPER Magazine

TOILETPAPER is an ambiguous editorial project founded by Maurizio Cattelan and Pierpaolo Ferrari in 2010. This picture based bi-annual publication explores the possibility of the images being able to live beyond the pages, with no text throughout the magazine other than the list of contributors, the images are left to speak for themselves and create their own surreal narrative from one full page spread to the next. Feature


Hazel Stark

Hazel Stark

I first saw Hazels work at Nothing But Navy and immediately loved her work. Hazel is a designer maker hailing from Hackney, her work going between printed textiles and ceramics. I particularly love her puff-print bags and cushions from New Abstract last year. Hazels’ work explores texture and mark making that is simplistic and automatic by nature, yet subtle and sophisticated. I’m looking forward to seeing what Hazel will do next. Feature


Kangan Arora

Kangan Arora

Check out these beautiful handcrafted and handprinted textile designs by Kangan Arora. Having taken visual inspiration from her North Indian heritage, in particular the street culture and from observing the vibrancy that overwhelms during every day life, Kangan creates contemporary designs allowing a sense of abstracted street chaos to spill into the home environment. These cushions have been produced through a combination of screen print, stitching and traditional hand embroidery. Feature


Esther McManus :: The Elder

Esther McManus :: The Elder

The Elder tells the story of an ancient forest dweller and her fears that an encroaching community of farmers will alter her way of life. Predominantly wordless, The Elder explores the feeling of vulnerability, the tragedy of misunderstandings and the fear of change. Densely drawn and printed in multi-coloured riso, The Elder is a rich and decorative comic produced as a limited run of 100. Printed at Ditto Press with riso inner pages on multi coloured stock with a screenprinted gatefold cover. Feature


Protein Journal

Protein Journal

Protein is always on the ball when it comes to keeping an eye on fresh innovation and has become a leading expert in this field. Tuesday 21st Jan 2014 will see the launch of the Protein Journal, from 8:30pm – 11pm at the Ace Hotel in Shoreditch, London. The journal is a quarterly magazine of culture, reporting the hottest global trends and archiving interesting creative ideas from around the world. Feature


Intercity :: ‘Tread’ Print Series

Intercity :: ‘Tread’ Print Series

Intercity is a graphic design studio with an international network of clients and collaborators from the worlds of art, design, photography, illustration, digital media and beyond. The studio applies its considered and highly creative approach across a range of areas including editorial, music, branding, fashion and advertising. Feature


Adidas Originals Stan Smith :: Celebration

Adidas Originals Stan Smith :: Celebration

In honour of the much talked about re-launch of the classic Adidas Originals Stan Smith kicks, 10 Australian Artists have been selected from a selection of backgrounds, including street art, sculpture and photography to produce unique works inspired by the iconic shoe, my personal favourite has to be Tai Snaith’s ‘Bananas for life.’ Feature


Andreas Gehrke

Andreas Gehrke

Berlin based photographer Andreas Gehrke spent years photographing the abandoned headquarters of huge corporate organizations that has recently been transformed into a stunning pair of publications by Drittel Books. The powerful series of images visualize dormant modernist buildings that played a significant role in ‘shaping the political social and economic face of post war Germany’ including IBM, newspaper Der Spiegel and department store Quelle Versand. Feature


Wood Wood :: SS14 ‘Utopia’

Wood Wood :: SS14 ‘Utopia’

Danish brand Wood Wood (based in Copenhagen) present their new collection ‘Utopia’ for SS14. With a ‘clash of modernism and classicism’ the collection is inspired by historical fractures of the French revolution, Paris’ architectural history and the possibilities of a new future after the recent unrest in Europe juxtaposing both prints stripes and materials. I can’t get enough of the deconstructed marble print featured throughout. Feature


Enda Bowe :: Kilburn Cherry

Enda Bowe :: Kilburn Cherry

London based Photographer Enda Bowe has recently released his first book titled ‘Kilburn Cherry.’ The publication captures light in beautiful pale colour tones as he depicts cherry blossom trees in urban environments. A limited edition run of 100 copies of the book have been elegantly crafted, bound by hand and published by London based independent book publisher Jane & Jeremy with each copy containing a signed print by the talented Photographer. Feature


Bottle of Smoke :: New Tees

Bottle of Smoke :: New Tees

Bristol-based purveyors of medium-brow outerwear BOTTLE OF SMOKE have recently launched two new t-shirts, both designed by Tokyo weirdo Katsufumi Takihana. Following up from the international smash hit MUNCHKIN garment at the end of last year, the MIND CONTROL and BAD PITT designs further exemplify a nonchalance towards creating a cohesive brand narrative. A demon-toting Japanese warrior and the consequences of an ill-performed head shrinking ritual provide the main themes on these latest shirts. Feature


Print Club :: Electric Cinema film posters

Print Club :: Electric Cinema film posters

Soho House have recently commissioned Print Club London to curate a selection of illustrations and prints of alternative film posters for their Electric Cinema venue (in Nottinghill.) The concept behind the poster series was inspired by the Soho House designer Ed Wood’s weekly illustrated posters for Electric Cinema which swiftly developed a fan base of people eager to buy his designs.
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Will Sweeney

Will Sweeney

Will Sweeney showed us his latest episodes in an ongoing series of stories set in alternate universes, kind of like stills from imaginary movies with nods to his love of The Cramps, Rank Zerox and his interest in voodoo ceremony. Feature


Print Club | Christmas Prints

Print Club | Christmas Prints

Print Club London are well aware that prints make perfect presents, so for all of December their gallery will be open every week day and Saturday (from 10am – 5pm) for browsing, pick ups and online orders. Even better news is that if you spend over £100 they’ll pop in a complimentary print – so you can even keep one for yourself! Feature


Therese Vandling :: Calendar 2014

Therese Vandling :: Calendar 2014

One third of the awesome Heretic trio, known as Therese Vandling, has created this beauty of a calendar for the year 2014. She’s a very talented lady indeed and if you would like to get your hands on one of these limited edition screen printed poster calendars then you will have to contact her directly. They’re on sale for around £20 which is a bargain in our eyes. Feature


Bridge Unltd :: Visual Archive 003

Bridge Unltd :: Visual Archive 003

Here we are with our third visual archive from Bridge Unltd, taking you on a journey from fighting monsters to flowers and all of the bits in-between. Follow them on Instagram for more delicious imagery and you can also buy some of their impressive, handprinted merchandise. Feature


Claudia Borfiga :: 2014 Calendar

Claudia Borfiga :: 2014 Calendar

Claudia Borfiga is a Printmaker / Designer based in South London recently releasing an amazing limited edition screen printed calendar for 2014. Following the success of her wicked ‘egg & soldiers’ print the calendar features new drawings of a similar feel featuring different food for each month. The calendar will be sold online via print club and in store at both the Whitechapel and Serpentine galleries. Feature


Marcelo Burlon :: SS14

Marcelo Burlon :: SS14

Jack of all trades Marcelo Burlon has worked in a vast selection of creative spectrums from styling to photography, film making and art direction the multi-talented artist has most recently been channeling his interests and ‘multi-culti’ vision into a T-shit line. Describing the simple tee as ‘the wearable equivalent of a blank canvas’ Marcelo views the T-shirt as clothing ‘at it’s most basic and effective.’ Calling upon Graphic Designer Giorgio Di Salvlo to help develop designs, the collection draws iconographic elements from different cultures with a kaleidoscopic quality to be translated through bold print for SS14. Feature


Stereohype

Stereohype

Stereohype.com is an online boutique and graphic art label based in London. For almost ten years, Stereohype has acted as an international platform for a new breed of artists and designers. Every year, Stereohype also hosts a design competition which is another channel for exceptional creatives to promote their talents as well as to get their work produced and published to the public. A wide range of products featured on the site includes T-shirts, button badges, rare publications and prints. Some of them are made as a limited edition to make sure the design is unique and stays appealing to its swish customers. Feature


Kelly Angood :: Videre launch @ Beach London

Kelly Angood :: Videre launch @ Beach London

Afew months ago we featured Kelly Angood’s kickstarter project ‘The pop up pinhole Project’ which everyone at People of Print were mad excited about. Incase you don’t know already, the project was particularly successful (and well deserved) and Kelly’s camera The Videre is available for you to get your hands on now (here) and will be launching at Beach London this Thursday (28th Nov, from 6-9pm) Feature


Matt Manson | Ass Savers

Matt Manson | Ass Savers

Here at People of Print we all love Matt’s work and were always excited to keep our readers updated with what one of our favourite up and coming designers is upto. Most recently Matt has been working on another cycle related project and has teamed up with Ass Savers to design a dope pattern for a mud guard, after catching up with the Designer I found his process was equally as impressive as the mud guards aesthetic created pixel by pixel. Feature


The Pattern Guild

The Pattern Guild

The Pattern Guild is a Peckham based design studio founded by Amber James and Fergus McDonnell, a pair of design obsessed, visual architects that formed a lifelong friendship with the grid. The Pattern Guild began in 2013 when Amber and Fergus decided to join forces and create a new brand together. Feature


Huf :: Holiday 2013

Huf celebrate and introduce their new collection through a dope video and lookbook for the holiday season. Props are firstly due to Brandon Kuzma for shooting the wicked video calling upon artists Remio and Begr (featured) with Brian Kelley and Scott Tepper continuing to translate the stark video into still imagery to form the look book. The collection features work wear vests, chinos, corduroy bombers and jumpers depicted impeccably on the gritty Detroit streets. Feature


Gosha Rubchinskiy :: Supreme AW13

Supreme 2013 Fall/Winter Video by Gosha Rubchinskiy from Hypebeast on Vimeo.

Gosha Rubchinskiy :: Supreme AW13

Gosha Rubchinskiy is a Russian alternative Photographer / Designer that recently teamed up with a selection of Russian skaters to create his latest video project sporting Supreme’s offering for AW13. Gosha’s grainy video depicted with a ‘VHS aesthetic’ was filmed in Moscow and reflects early 90’s NY skate culture to demonstrate a real sense of youth, boredom, freedom and style. Watch the video here & see our fave garms from the collection. Feature


World’s First 3D Printed Metal Gun by Solid Concepts

Solid Concepts, a world leader in 3D printing, has manufactured the world’s first 3D printed metal gun using a laser sintering process and powdered metals. The semi-automatic pistol is based on the classic 1911 design and has already successfully fired over 500 rounds of bullets without falling to pieces. It is constructed with 33 17-4 stainless steel and inconel 625 components, and features a carbon-fibre filled nylon hand grip. Feature


Facetasm :: AW13

Facetasm :: AW13

Facetasm is a Japanese streetwear label launched in 2007. Recently dropping their AW13 collection the brand introduce a heavy focus on detailing and print in wintery colour combos ranging from icy blues to monochrome patterns with flashes of bright primary colours. Furthermore the collections well considered garment construction reflects a mixture of long and short tailored pieces to create particuarly interesting layering. I can’t get enough of their snow forest print and I’m hyped to see what they have up their sleeve for next season.
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Stussy Deluxe :: AW13

Stussy Deluxe :: AW13

Stussy Deluxe is the premium extension line from street wear OG Stussy. Focusing on a refined and ‘slightly less casual’ take on the brands renowned style, Stussy Deluxe offers a sophisticated take on definitive street wear focusing on classic heritage design. AW13 sees the brand continue to step up and reinterpret classic Stussy staples with strong focus being directed towards outwear and print through military styling and premium materials. Feature


Huf :: Halloween Plantlife socks

Huf :: Halloween Plantlife socks

Huf introduce a Halloween edition of their Plantlife socks sporting an orange/black colour-way with the added bonus of glow-in the dark leaves under UV lighting. Feature


10 Deep :: Nightfall :: AW13

10 Deep :: Nightfall :: AW13

Street-wear brand 10 Deep introduce their Nightfall collection for AW13 sticking 2 fingers up to the cold weather layering garms and their signature camo/aztec/floral prints in deep mellow night-time colour themes. Feature


Pen On Paper

Pen On Paper

Pen On Paper is a small and upcoming stationery company with a brand new collection. All of their products are designed and made in the United Kingdom and are featured on their website. They screen print from their studio with inspiration for their collections coming from times past, and a thoroughly modern britishness which seems to have become inherent to the personality and attitudes of the day. From their head office on a Nottinghamshire farm, they might be closer to a cow than a commuter, but they can deliver straight to your door. Feature


Telles :: Luxury Silk Scarf Company

Telles :: Luxury Silk Scarf Company

Jade Telles has just launched a new luxury silk scarf company called Telles. The brand is all about her personal family heritage and the clashing of cultures. Jade was born and raised in England but her background and ethnicities lie in Kenya and Goa. All of the scarf prints are bold, bright and truly unique. There are currently four scarves in the Telles brand and they are available to buy online. Feature


Warpaint Studio :: Tame Impala Gig Poster

Warpaint Studio :: Tame Impala Gig Poster

Warpaint Studio is a collective based in Michigan, USA and they have created this sweet poster for Tame Impala. A great poster for a fantastic band. The guys behind this poster all work at VGKids which explains why their poster is so damn good. Feature


John Knuth :: ‘Faded State’

John Knuth [pronounced Kah-Nooth] is extreme. He kayaks in Echo Park Lake, breeds flies in his garage to make his “fly paintings”, and finds abandoned buildings in the desert that he lights on fire to make his art. And now he has a limited-edition screen print produced by Intellectual Property Prints named “Faded State” for sale. This 5 colour screen print is based on John’s experiments making paintings using emergency flares. Yes, the same brilliant tools that police officers and fire fighters use to alert you of oncoming danger. So be careful with this screen print… It’s hot! Feature


Daily Paper Fall/Winter 2013 behind the scenes Look Book video from Daily Paper on Vimeo.

Daily Paper :: AW13

Daily Paper is an Amsterdam based Street-Couture label who direct focus towards quality, culture and fine detailing. We’ve seen re-works of classic baseball jerseys time & time again, and I can’t say their AW13 jersey collection is particularly original, however that could be because quite simply it just works?
AW13 see’s the brand’s focus on the jersey in a b&w colourway featuring mesh/cotton construction and satin embroidery with particularly nice typography and graphic details on the sleeve, stepping it up with the rest of the collection we can see fly graphic prints on tees/lining jackets and more detailed embroidery on jumpers/tees. Feature


Visvim :: F.I.L Indigo Camping Trailer :: Kerchief Down JKT

Visvim :: F.I.L Indigo Camping Trailer :: Kerchief Down JKT

Japenese brand Visvim have recently released an image of their mad fly up and coming F.I.L Indigo Camping Trailer Kerchief down JKT for AW13. The bold outwear piece sports a patchwork bandana print, button detail and beige insulated lining. Dropping soon via their website.
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POP:EYE Spectacles

POP:EYE Spectacles

Late last month we bumped into POP:EYE, a sustainable experimental project based on hand-made, recycled cardboard design. It aims to explore the qualities and limits of cardboard. POP:EYE spectacles are the result of a provocative challenge and of a process which generates genuine and unique objects. Following a process of experimentation and research, every part of the product is now developed using cardboard apart from the metal screws. The result is a comfortable, extremely light frame covered with a waterproof layer and their uniqueness can be enhanced by printing on the frames graphic patterns, logos, brands, names, pictures etc. Feature


Adrian Johnson

Adrian Johnson

Born and bred in Liverpool Adrian Johnson’s strong graphic style has lead him to a prolific career working with dreamy clients like Stussy, Adidas & Paul Smith to name afew. Unfortunately I clocked on to this project late and missed the show, but incase you did too you need to see his “Basilicas” print series celebrating classic cameras and their form and functions.
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Urban Cottage Industries :: Print Club London :: Linotype Hype

Urban Cottage Industries :: Print Club London :: Linotype Hype

Urban Cottage Industries are a UK manufacturer / supplier that are best recognized for fuelling an obsession with British made industrial lighting and are currently embracing historic print processes (which we are very VERY excited about!) Feature


Grand Scheme :: AW13

Grand Scheme :: AW13

Founded in 2006, Grand Scheme is an Australian independent lifestyle label that carries a ‘rebellious D.I.Y spirit.’ Endorsed by some of contemporary hip-hop’s ‘most proficient’ the brands AW13 collection is inspired by classic sportswear and utilitarian design. Feature


FiftyThree x Moleskine :: BOOK

FiftyThree, makers of the groundbreaking iPad app Paper, and Moleskine, makers of the legendary notebook, announce the debut of Book, a handmade, custom-printed book created right from within Paper. Paper, an Apple App of the Year with over 8 million downloads, allows anyone to seamlessly capture ideas as sketches, diagrams, illustrations, notes, or drawings, and share them across the web. Now, with Book, sketches created on Paper are brought to life simply and beautifully in a 15-spread fold-out format created exclusively by Moleskine for Paper. Feature


Vans x Liberty Art Fabrics :: Holiday Collection

Vans x Liberty Art Fabrics :: Holiday Collection

Liberty have been ruling the world of printed material pattern in London since 1875. They have collaborated once again with Vans, who also have a whole heap of heritage, to create an amazing new collection for Autumn. They make an excellent addition to the whole Liberty x Vans Collection. Feature


Nike Air Max 90 Premium Camo Pack :: Atmos

Nike Air Max 90 Premium Camo Pack :: Atmos

Having collaborated with some of the greatest, Tokyo based Atmos have recently teamed up with Nike to exclusively release the Nike Air Max 90 premium camo pack. With the added bonus of print covering the majority of the upper section, the kicks stem from the classic ‘infrared’ colour-way with the camo line to be released on Oct 5th and Tiger print following up in November. Feature


1/2 Zine

1/2 Zine

A biannual self-published zine has just released its latest issue, 1/2 #9 Tbilisi, at The Reading Room of Do You Read Me, the well-known bookshop and art space amongst Berliners. 1/2 is an artistic project which began in 2007 by four French designers now living in four different European capitals. After they graduated from ENSAAMA, 1/2 was first introduced as an online platform to share and discuss their work. The first issue was launched in the following year and 1/2 has been using photography as their narrative tool since then. With images arranged in striking composition, 1/2 is unquestionably ideal for visual and pictorial enthusiasts. Feature


Brook&Lyn Studio

Brook&Lyn Studio

Brook&Lyn is a design studio founded by the collaboration of Mimi Jung and Brian Hurewitz in 2009. Originally based in New York, the studio recently relocated to Los Angeles and focuses on ‘art & objects that blend new and nostalgic experiments’ as the pair draw reference from their backgrounds in weaving, installation, woodworking and art direction. I’m obsessed with their hand-woven mixed-media textiles.
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Stefanie Leinhos

Stefanie Leinhos

Stefanie Leinhos is a freelance artist and illustrator from Germany, who beside commissioned work is also doing a lot of self-initiated projects. These projects are located somewhere in the ether between illustration and graphics. Stefanie Leinhos has a strong formal interest in the imagery of comics and by using this imagery, she creates graphics that are abstract but at the same time narrative. She uses various different techniques and processes in her work, like silhouettes, drawings, prints, self-published books and zines. Feature


NEIGHBORHOOD DICE a short film by Steven Johnson from Factory Films on Vimeo.

Neighborhood X DicE mag :: Capsule collection

Japanese streetwear label Neighborhood have linked up with DicE magazine to release a capsule collection (to be officially dropped on the 12th Oct) for AW13 introducing a slick short film (directed by Steven Johnson) visualizing the collection’s ‘vintage Americana sportswear feel.’ Feature


Matt Manson | Chrome Bags

Matt Manson | Chrome Bags

Here at People of Print we’re all big fans of Matt Manson’s work, and since relocating to Amsterdam 6 months ago, Matt has certainly been a busy guy, filling his portfolio with lots of great new projects for us to nosey at. Most recently the Illustrator / Surface Designer has teamed up and collaborated with Chrome Bags for the second time to develop a pattern for their Berlin City Series inspired by the city’s cycle culture / squat scene, Lederhosen, beer and Bavarian needle work. Feature


Apple iPhone 5c & 5s

Apple iPhone 5c & 5s

Apple have announced the launch of both the iPhone 5c and iPhone 5s. They come at different price tags, but they both boast their attributes in style. We are always intrigued to see how Apple products and software have developed, so we thought we would cover a more technology based subject for a little change. Feature


Stampd AW13 :: Wish Editorial

Stampd AW13 :: Wish Editorial

Stampd subtly celebrates American costal motifs through print for the brand’s AW13 collection. West designs don paisley / dot details with East sporting bold typographic designs. I am in love with Wish magazine’s monochrome editorial showcasing the collection shot by Elizabeth Gurene. Feature


Astral Black :: Oscar Whale :: Jaisu ‘A Short Album’

Astral Black :: Oscar Whale :: Jaisu ‘A Short Album’

Astral Black is a new London based record label founded by producer Jon Phonics. The exciting new label is also producing some crazy dope artwork with up and coming-designer / LCC graduate Oscar Whale stepping up as the labels in house visual artist. Jon has given Oscar (a freelancer’s dream brief) the opportunity to have conceptual freedom concerning the art direction for the label’s tape series. Feature


Kenzo AW13

Kenzo AW13

Kenzo’s crewneck sweater has ‘propelled the French luxury brand back onto the streets’ as they introduce a remix of the ‘Eye’ graphic for AW13. The collection includes dope all-over ‘Eye’ embroidery and all-over print pieces and is available now via Kenzo’s online store. Feature


Killer Acid x Glamour Kills Clothing

Killer Acid x Glamour Kills Clothing

At its heart, Glamour Kills is more than a clothing company. As a cornerstone of a subculture fueled by music, Glamour Kills actively fosters a sense of leadership and community by engaging in passion projects with musicians, artists, fans, and forward-thinkers alike. We are loving this collaboration with Rob Corradetti aka KILLER ACID who is one of our favourite illustrators / screen printers. We have worked with KILLER ACID a lot in the past and he is one to keep an eye on. We look forward to more clothing designs like this. Feature


Andrew Groves

Andrew Groves

Andrew Groves is an Illustrator / Designer / Craftsman who lives in a barn in the woods and makes beautiful imagery with common themes including natural phenomenon, wilderness exploration and adventures. Andrew is also the founder of ‘Miscellaneous Adventures’ – a craft project in which he makes / teaches other people how to make handmade wooden objects. Feature


Call for Submissions :: IN PRINT | Art Zines + Small Press

Call for Submissions :: IN PRINT | Art Zines + Small Press

work • detroit offers an exhibition of self-published zines, art books, comics and experimental printed matter curated by Andy Gabrysiak. IN PRINT | Art Zines + Small Press will be on view January 10 through February 28, 2014. In addition to the display of publications there will be a show of original artwork by a selection of illustrators. work • detroit is a unique space for the sharing of creative process and an integral component of the University of Michigan Penny W. Stamps School of Art & Design. work • detroit‘s mission is to explore and define lines of creative connection between the University of Michigan, Detroit, and beyond. Feature


Kate Moross :: Slogan Riso Prints

Kate Moross :: Slogan Riso Prints

Kate Moross has a huge body of work and is a very successful young creative based in London. She has produced a couple of lovely slogan-based Riso prints to accompany her portfolio of products. The quote “Jack of all trades, master of some” is an optimistic and clever little play on the original. Limited to an edition of 100. Nice. Feature


Oz Magazine

Oz Magazine

Oz is a beautifully designed magazine that originated in Australia in 1963 and lasted around 10 years. It features lots of psychedelic, left wing content with a vast array of the world’s most amazing covers. Follow the link to peruse the issues in all of their glory. Feature


Mighty Healthy Fall 2013 Video Look Book from Mighty Healthy on Vimeo.

Mighty Healthy Fall 13

From skate to fashion, for fashion through skate, Mighty Healthy embraces fashion in the “true spirit of progressive street” referring to their roots and calling upon ‘the Mighty Healthy skateboarding squadron’ to showcase the brand’s Fall 13 collection. Feature


Stephen Cheetham :: Nike Decades

Stephen Cheetham :: Nike Decades

Stephen Cheetham is an Illustrator / Designer / Graphic Artist currently based in London and represented by Handsome Frank agency. I love his self initiated print-based project ‘Nike Decades’ illustrating kicks from the 70’s to the present because, in the Artists words; “I like trainers, specifically Nikes.”
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Lumi – Printing With Light

Here’s a new product that will be of interest to all of you print nerds and even those who have never printed in their lives. Just take a look for yourselves at Lumi. We want to have a go! These guys have thought of everything to make it super simple to print onto textiles, they’ve even developed an app so that you can covert your phone photographs into film positives. Wowzers.

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In4mation :: Summer 13

In4mation :: Summer 13

Hawaiian brand In4mation introduces hand-drawn graphic tees in their look book for Summer 13. Shot by LA based Photographer Ja Tecson the look book captures an all-American chilling vibe in essence of the laid-back casual collection. Feature


Maxi Quy

Maxi Quy

Maxi Quy is an Artist / Illustrator that’s currently based in Auckland, New Zealand. Maxi’s stunning online portfolio documents beautiful and haunting imagery through sketches, paintings and experiments with my personal favourite piece of work being an insane Graphic Novel titled ‘Apt. 41’
Reflecting upon his process Maxi has expressed that using water-colours as a medium was a natural evolution of his process from pencil drawings – I can’t wait to see how his painting skills evolve further. Feature


Publish :: SS14

Publish :: SS14

Fashion brand Publish aspire to refine life and fashion through classic timeless goods based on ‘ideas that transcend the realms of art and fashion.’ Known for their reliance upon 5-pannel caps and joggies, Publish have stepped it up for SS14 introducing the ‘Joey’ bucket to be released early next year – feeling the Elmer the Elephant vibes. Feature


Sam Hamer

Sam Hamer

I was lucky enough to go to uni with Sam Hamer and can safely say his work was always my favourite to look at in class, I thought it was about time I caught up with the AMAZING illustrator / Designer because if you havn’t seen his work yet your really missing out – he’s definitely one to watch. Feature