Print Club News


Printing at SHUNT
January 20, 2009, 10:07 pm
Filed under: Projects, Workshops

PULL A FACE @ SHUNT

Thanks to Alice Hoult who came up with the concept and illustrations for ‘Pull a Face’.

And Thanks to Kate Newbold, Chand Martinez, Jules Goldsmith, Bella Fanning, Victoria Torrence, and Joe Malia, for helping the hundreds of drunken and merry revelors in making a hand pulled screenprint. 

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Grafik
December 28, 2008, 8:54 pm
Filed under: Press

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Print Club made the top 50!



Kin
December 20, 2008, 8:04 pm
Filed under: Projects

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Mutate Britain
November 22, 2008, 7:05 pm
Filed under: Projects, Shows

We are part of the MuTate Britain show @ BEHIND THE SHUTTERS GALLERY. 
PRINT CLUB will be printing every friday, saturday and sunday at the show until the 21st December with exhibiting artists. Print Club members will also be printing, signing and selling editioned screen prints.

Look forward to seeing you down there!

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PRINTCLUB AND BRYAN FERRY PROJECT
November 13, 2008, 7:24 pm
Filed under: Competitions/Briefs

Wanted up and coming artists to create artwork inspired by Ferry/Roxy Music.

The Roxy team are looking to find a style from three or four artists and work with them on a commision which may be the piece submitted or something else.

Brief

B2 poster can be anything. – a general response to attached artwork using this as stimulus to get those creative juices flowing!!! but also feel free to google Bryan Ferry and Roxy M

Deadline 5th Dec

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NYE at the Slaughtered Lamb…
November 11, 2008, 1:52 pm
Filed under: Projects


Here’s the brief for NYE at the Slaughtered Lamb…
 
Funkin Punkin are putting on a New Year Eve party at the Slaughtered Lamb in Clerkenwell to see out the year. Famed for good time parties doused in hedonism, at great venues with twisted themes, this year will be no exception. We are looking for creative input to theme the party, venue, flyers and tickets. Therefore we are running a short pitch to anyone interested in submitting.
 
The venue is an ex-gallery in the back streets of Clerkenwell, in an old industrial building. The pub is distinguished by high ceilings and full height windows onto the street on two sides and a dark and dimly lit interior with a classic central bar. We need to screen these windows and are looking to use giant prints which will be visible from inside and out and provide visual interest and theme.
 
The theme is roughly speaking a CELEBRATION OF LONDON LIFE.
 
We are looking for graphic character based images that represent all things London in layered stories of any or some of the following:
 
Ye’olde London + Modern day London
New Times + Old Times
Good times + Dark times
Rhymes + Reasons
Alleys + Lanes
Cobles + Gold
Fables + Legends
Hedonism + Stoicism
Satirical twists
Rabbit down the hole
Puss in boots
History + Mystery
Things + Stuff…
 
The format will be black + white perhaps with one other colour, digital or screen print on lightweight paper to be pasted onto the windows and backlit. Average window bay is 4 panels of apx 0.8-1mX2m. There are 5 bays of 4 panels and 1 bay of 2. Images can take up a whole bay over the 4 panels or just panel by panel.
Flyer will be viral email.
Tickets will be screen print.
 
We will commission 4-5 works for a bottle of bubbly and a pair of free tickets for the night. All artists will be credited on all the media and we will look into further ways of promoting and selling the work with proceeds going to the artists.
 
Submission date is 14th November so get scribbling!
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The Manual Newspaper
October 13, 2008, 6:07 pm
Filed under: Projects

 

Every word and every image and every mark of any kind in The Manual was drawn by a team of volunteers – mostly illustrators. The printing was also by hand, silk screened at The Print Club in Dalston. Each copy of the paper has been numbered in a limited edition of around 100.

This one-off non-profit project was organised by Shakeup Media to make a point about the future of print. We hope to show that handmade qualities can transform newspapers from ‘junk’ to collectable. We also want to demonstrate the power of print as a medium by using ink and paper in a manner that emphasises their unique touch, smell and texture.

http://themanualnewspaper.com

http://www.guardian.co.uk/media/greenslade/2008/oct/13/pressandpublishing3

http://www.brandrepublic.com/MediaWeek/News/852695/Addis-edit-handmade-newspaper