DELIVERY DETAILS

FREE UK SHIPPING

Wishlist
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
Shop this print!
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!
Shop this print!
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
Shop this collection
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.’
View the print
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

FilterReset

ArtistsReset

Jump to:
HAM

ColourReset

Basic

Metallic

PriceReset

Paul Wardski

BA Illustration, MA Printmaking and visual communication Paul Wardski is a print artist and print technician from London. Specializing in screen-printing and photolithography, Wardski’s works typically encompass landscapes from found articles, using ephemera and reworking books. Using landscapes from found articles with hand painted elements creating colorful and interesting works of art full of texture, mixed media hand painted elements, mono print and found imagery.

Wardski’s work is an observation and questioning of the relationship between people, their environments and the movement of people, focusing particularly with the ever decreasing natural landscape and the increasing encroaching urban environment. Using collage with found material he aims to explore how he identifies with images, articles, photographic and found imagery, material that he himself should have no recollected memory but invoke the feeling of nostalgia and worth.

Recent works focus upon lost people, the fragmented relationship with natural landscapes and unnatural surroundings creating a surrealistic fictitious almost eligible world. Source monitoring memory, a type of memory error where the source of a memory is incorrectly attributed to some specific recollected experience is a constant theme associated to his work.

<< Previous
Page
of 2
Next >>