Posterzine™ is our monthly publication/ poster featuring some of the top designers, artist, studios and brands exercising their talents in the current creative industry. Each issue includes an exclusive interview, along with a gorgeous montage of the designers artwork printed with two unique spot colours on G.F Smith paper. To celebrate it’s second year in print, we’re holding a launch night along with a FREE three day exhibition at Kamio in Shoreditch, showcasing all 24 issues of Posterzine™ front and back.
Our fabulous line up for the launch night includes:
• Live screenprinting by us, People Of Print
• Pull your own tote bag, tee shirt, and paper print
• Live sticker printing by Grey Jam Press
• Print & Posterzine signings by featured Posterzine artists
• Print raffle
• FREE Drinks from 6pm-9pm – Kindly Sponsored by Brixton Brewery
• Nibbles & Birthday Cake
• People Of Print shop where you can purchase all issues of Posterzine & our Print Isn’t Dead magazine
The launch event will take place in a room adjacent to the exhibition, to gain access to this area, you must purchase a ticket, this also gives you access to the exhibition space. Tickets are £15 giving you a Print Pass to receive a wonderful goodie bag filled with printed gifts from the event, such as the special 24th issue Posterzine, Element 004 of our Print Isn’t Dead mag, Grey Jam sticker, People Of Print pin badge, special discount in the People Of Print shop, and the opportunity to pull your own tote bag, tee shirt and paper print. All artwork has been contributed by our Posterzine artists too!
The launch night and exhibition will take place on the 13th of September from 6pm-2am, whilst the 14th & 15th will just be the exhibition from 10am-6pm. Note: You must RSVP for a free exhibition ticket, this is due to the limited capacity in Kamio.
We have limited capacity at the venue, but we’d love to see you down there to celebrate independent publishing. There should be lots of interesting people to meet, and we will have a lot of fun, so please grab a ticket and help keep print alive.
Dress code: sexy casual — special hats are preferred.