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Adam Bridgland Print Club London Screen Print
Look At The Sky Adam Bridgland Print Club London Screen PrintLook At The Sky Adam Bridgland Print Club London Screen PrintLook At The Sky Adam Bridgland Print Club London Screen Print

Adam Bridgland

'Look At The Sky Because Everything Is Alive' has been hand printed in our studios and is exclusively available from Print Club London
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Angels and Liquor Bonnie & Clyde Print Club London Screen PrintAngels and Liquor Bonnie & Clyde Print Club London Screen Print

Bonnie & Clyde

The latest release from Bonnie & Clyde, 'Angels and Liquor' available now!
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Popcorn Greater Opacity Print Club London Screen PrintHot Dog Greater Opacity Print Club London Screen Print

Greater Opacity

We've been working with sign painter Greater Opacity to release two brand new limited edition screen prints, exclusive to Print Club London
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Get It On Black, White & Gold Paul Thurlby Print Club London Screen PrintGet It On Black, White & Gold Paul Thurlby Print Club London Screen PrintGet It On Black, White & Gold Paul Thurlby Print Club London Screen Print

Paul Thurlby

Print Club London have collaborated with Paul Thurlby to bring you a brand new limited edition screen print of his sell-out piece ‘Get It On.’
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Minnie Dollars and Sense Ben Allen Print Club London Screen PrintMinnie Dollars and Sense Ben Allen Print Club London Screen Print

Ben Allen

Mickey is NOTHING without Minnie so, it’s only right that she joins him on our online gallery!
Minnie Mouse

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Hayden Kays

Hayden Kays is a London-based artist whose practice encompasses painting, sculpture and printmaking. He is widely described as one of the most provocative artists of his generation for his celebration and critique of the culture industry which demonstrates classically trained sensibilities mediated by thoroughly contemporary concerns.

Kays’ work is characterised by bold imagery, often drawn from popular culture and art history, acerbic word-play, traditional craftsmanship and deadpan humour. Using everyday references and pithy witticisms, his work relates to and subverts the canon of the Pop Artists of the 1950s and the Young British Artists movement of the 1990s. Kays designed the logo for the ‘Help Refugees’ charity.