As a business, we are always striving to be earth friendly as possible. We are conscious of treating our environment with respect and care so that we can pass it on to the next generation. With this in mind, we have a low-waste approach in our studios. Our studio is completely solvent free and all of our products are water-based. All our inks are free of microplastic, and our very own Print Club Inks are produced using natural sustainable ingredients which can be replanted and regrown. The electricity around our studios and offices is 80% carbon neutral.
In our gallery, we do not believe in fast throwaway consumer culture. Instead we produce and represent only handmade limited edition or original artworks which are designed to last a lifetime. We hope the artworks bought from our gallery will become future heirlooms that are passed through the generations.
Our directors Fred and Kate pride themselves in ensuring we work with a social conscience and try to help where we can. At Print Club we care deeply about both the surrounding local community and the natural world. Our support of charities continues and is a core part of our ethos – to support others where we can. We are proud to have worked with charities such as Great Ormond Street Hospital, Mind, Inside Out, Circle Collective, Outrunners, and Macmillian. For those running smaller local charities we offer free use of our studios and printing support on projects to assist them.
Print Club London is committed to valuing diversity and our studios are open access to all. We offer weekly courses to share our expertise to complete beginners and beyond, to encourage all into the world of screenprinting. We are currently working on increasing our teaching offering, to include a wider range of services and accessible price ranges. We are proud to be a multicultural and diverse studio. We believe that people from different backgrounds can bring fresh ideas, thinking and approaches which make the way work is undertaken more effective and efficient.