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May 10th 2015
Introducing two new monotype prints by Bristol-based artist John Simpson. Angie talks more about the unique printing process and John’s new work below. On first look at a monotype print, it can be easy to assume it’s a painting.
April 18th 2015
The Great Escape is our most recent project with Carne Griffiths. Angie talks more about the piece below. We were excited about The Escape screenprint when it was released back in September, as it was our first print edition with Carne Griffiths, who we’ve been working with for some time now.
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May 2nd 2015
Some Eyestorm editions by Jacky Tsai, Lucie Bennett and Henrik Simonsen are nearing the end, with only a few prints left remaining. Angie talks more about the specific pieces that are about to sell out below.
May 7th 2015
Screenprints are beautiful objects. Produced by hand, they’re created by pushing ink through a mesh onto paper, layer by layer, which can result in some spectacular pieces of work. Occasionally artists we work with choose to experiment with various materials to add an extra element of texture to their prints, and this is often seen in the form of gold or silver leaf, diamond dust, glow-in-the-dark or metallic-looking inks, embossing, embroidery and hand-finishing.
April 29th 2015
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May 23rd 2015
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