Our latest print obsession which has become a talking point in the People of Print studio comes in the form of creative and silk screen studio Frenchfourch, based in Paris, France. The studio’s passion for all things ink and the handmade has resulted in their popularity within our studio, not to mention their attention to detail and incredible quality of design and print work. They are more than happy to print onto multiple surfaces, such as paper, metal, glass, plexiglass and textiles. The general rule is as long as it’s flat then they will print on it. We just had to share them with you!
Frenchfourch help artists bring their individual designs to life with their printing services and in turn they promote over 100 artists from around the world. They see each project as an opportunity to advance in technology, experiment and explore with innovative practices. If you have a browse through their collection of work it will certainly display the range of possibilities which can be achieved through the medium of silk screen printing.
They are responsible for Bastonnade which was essentially a project to bring exhibitions to multiple locations across 7 countries over the course of one year. Each location saw a new collective of artists called up to create a new, special installation.
Paris Print Club is another great collective made up of Frenchfourch’s Tristan Pernet and Lomé Lu, working alongside a selection of craftsman, designers and artists, which together encompass art, design, silkscreen printing, relief printing, typography and publishing all under one roof, as well as a gallery.