Print Club featured in Absolutely City & Angels of June 2014

Screen Play Catherine Hales tries her hand at screenprinting at Dalston studio Print Club London and write about it in her culture section! In my adult life, my forays into the artworld have mainly consisted of biro doodles and some rather hamfisted attempts at homemade cards; despite this, I have always held the conviction that, […]



A group of unique printmakers featuring some of our Print Club artists and techs were invited by Mr Gresty to create work to a very open brief: ZOO! So if you haven’t already made plans for tonight you should definitely pop up to The Hanbury Arms in Islington to see this wild-inky show… David Shand has these two awesome […]


Simon Fitzmaurice’s Tour de France!

Simon Fitzmaurice‘s series of 3 limited edition prints on Grand Depart across UK are now available at £45 each from our gallery and online shop. Simon is an illustrator, print maker and one of our greatest technicians here at Print Club! Get your hands on these amazing 5 colour screenprints on 300gsm Metaphor paper before they, y’know, pedal fast and […]

HOCKNEY at Annely Juda Fine Art

David Hockney: The Arrival of Spring

Finding himself stuck in London after suffering from a minor stroke a couple of years ago, David Hockney found solace, as always, in drawing. He made 25 large scale charcoal landscapes which are now being exhibited as part of The Arrival of Spring at Annely Juda Fine Art alongside a selection of iPad drawings and a video installation, […]


The London Illustration Fair

The summery tropical London Illustration Fair returned to Hoxton Arches last weekend to showcase the very best in illustration, print and graphic design in town. This year’s theme was the work of featured artist Ruby Taylor, of our mates Puck Collective, who was stocking up the print shop with her exclusive new prints and who also […]

RA – Summer Exhibition 2014

RA 2014 Summer Exhibition

The Royal Academy’s Summer Exhibition has run uninterrupted since 1769, showcasing the work of professional and amateur artists together in a quintessentially British exhibition. Now in its 246th year, more than 12,000 artists submitted their work for consideration, being whittled down to 1,200 for the final display, featuring work created in a variety of media: painting, sculpture, […]

A-Level Summer Exhibition Online

RA’s A-Level Summer Exhibition Online

2014 has been a record year for the A-level Summer Exhibition Online, with over 2,100 submissions from 361 schools across the UK. 1,280 young artists between 16 and 18 years old have entered what they feel to be their most exciting or important artwork. The final online exhibition ‘Functions of a Hand’ includes 36 works displayed in […]


Summer Screen Prints @Somerset House!

Film Poster Exhibition 31 July – 25 August 2014 Open daily 10.00–18.00 Additionally from 18.30–21.00 to Film4 Summer Screen ticket holders (7–20 August) West Wing Galleries, West Wing Free admission PREVIEW NIGHT ON THE 30TH OF JULY To join us please join our guest list Your chance to buy limited-edition prints inspired by each film […]

Making Colour

Making Colour

Making Colour, the first exhibition of its kind in the UK, is part of the ‘National Gallery Inspires’ programme of exhibitions. The show takes a fresh view of National Gallery paintings alongside special loans and feature world-leading research by Gallery experts. You can span hundreds of years from the early Renaissance to the Impressionist movement as […]

Ai Weiwei – public

Ai Weiwei at Lisson Gallery

Remember a few years ago when we were all asking ‘Where’s Weiwei?’ We’ve finally found him! He’s back in London for his third show at Lisson! Ai Weiwei’s activism and his 2011 detention by the Chinese state have made him one of the world’s best-known artists; he has become a global celebrity thanks to his political art […]

David Pearson Kemistry Gallery

David Pearson at Kemistry Gallery

Illustrious designer David Pearson studied at Central St Martins in London (1999–2002) before taking a job at Penguin Books as text designer and later, cover designer. He left to establish his own studio Type as Image in 2007. Named by The Guardian as one of the 50 best designers in Britain, Pearson played a large part in […]

ELCAF poster

ELCAF 2014

We had such a nice time on Saturday at the third East London Comics and Arts Festival! Lovely people, lovely prints… What else could you ask for? ELCAF was founded in 2012 by Nobrow – one of our favourite publishing houses specialising in design and illustration books – to showcase the work of young and established artists from London, Europe and beyond, […]


Summer Screen Prints is back!!

Returning for a second year as part of the Film4 Summer Screen at Somerset House we were asked to curate an exhibtion of screen printed film posters for the 10th anniversary season of the popular film nights. Running from 31 July - 25 August, the poster exhibition will include a selection of 16 of Print Club London’s most popular […]

Perfidia – James Ellroy

Perfidia Printing

Recently, the people over at The Random House Publishing Group contacted us to screenprint the artwork for the cover of James Ellroy’s new book, Perfidia, as large posters. The book is an epic novel, set in Los Angeles over 24 days beginning on 6 December 1941, as L.A. descends into night-time blackouts, war fever and escalating racial […]

House of Reverie

House of Reverie

Print Club London is proud to present House of Reverie, a lovely project by one of our technicians, the always cheerful Miss Abigail Burt! Who are you and how’s life since becoming one of our techs? I am Abigail Burt, fine artist by degree and general lover of all things creative. Since becoming a tech here at […]


Artcade at Beach London

Summer is finally here so it was a complete delight to pop into the always cool and refreshing Beach London to see their latest show, Artcade! Artcade is an exhibition celebrating retro gaming culture for which Beach have invited 6 artists to produce a piece of artwork inspired by a vintage arcade machine from the ‘Golden […]

Colour in Context

G . F Smith: Colour in Context at The Royal Institution

It’s not often that such a grandiose event takes place in the name of paper, which is what made G . F Smith’s Colour in Context event last Thursday evening so special. Set against the backdrop of The Royal Institution of Great Britain, guests were presented with an evening of talks from artists, an exclusive […]

Amen by David Shrigley

David Shrigley at Sketch

245 framed A3 drawings by David Shrigley are garnishing the walls of Sketch‘s freshly transformed Gallery restaurant at 9 Conduit St. in London. Alongside producing original drawings for the space, he has also designed a range of ceramic tableware which includes plates, bowls, a milk jug, and cup and saucer that have been manufactured by British company Caverswall. Shrigley made […]


Bob Gill Visit

We visited Bob Gill in his New York studio to sign his latest prints! He also gave some words of wisdom to the next generation of artists and designers… You can now buy Bob’s prints here!

Fuck the draft at Tate

Posters of Protest and Revolution at the V&A

From the ‘Votes for Women’ campaigns of the early 20th century to the recent ‘Occupy’ movements, this new exhibition at the V&A has it all and looks at a century of posters that political activists around the world have used to mobilise, educate, organise and agitate for political change. These include the work of print collectives, […]

Von at KK Outlet

Von: Elsewhere at KK Outlet

For its last weekend, we went to Hoxton Square to visit Von‘s amazing show at KK Outlet and we got mesmerised by such a beautiful delicately drawn response to the contemporary society we all live in based on photographs shot by Dan Sully. Each pencil and graphite portrait in the collection explored those fleeting moments where we involuntarily slip under […]

Jo Malone

Jo Malone screenprinted collection!

Jo Malone is a UK-based fragrance designer who got her start in the fragrance industry as a florist. The story began when Jo first designed her facial treatment for a select group of clients and she practiced a stimulating massage technique using her hands. Clients appreciated Jo’s personal touch and the hand mixed products, tailored specifically for their individual skin. Word […]

Thud, Crackle, Pop – poster

Thud, Crackle, Pop by Pete McKee

Following the recommendation of Sir Paul Smith, we went to his gallery space on Kingsway to visit Sheffield artist Pete McKee’s latest exhibition, ‘Thud, Crackle, Pop’, his first show in London in almost 4 years! In a gallery space distributed as a record store and for two days only, Friday 23 and Saturday 24 May 2014, you could look through […]

The Silken World of Michelangelo by  Sir Eduardo Paolozzi

Source at TATE Britain

Part of the series BP Spotlights and curated by Tate Collective London, this display highlights the similarities between the mass display of art in a salon hang and the ability of 21st century digital and social media platforms such as Tumblr and Instagram to present large numbers of images in a single location online. The rise of social media along with […]