Our opening night at Somerset House drew in hundreds of people last Wednesday! With drinks flowing courtesy of Peroni Ambra and a strong line-up of artists and screen prints available it was sure to be a great evening! Here’s a few snaps from the evening in case you weren’t able to pop down!

Exhibition is running until 23rd August

Location: Somerset House

Summer Screen Prints Print Club London Screen Print

Summer Screen Prints Print Club London Screen Print

Summer Screen Prints Print Club London Screen Print

Summer Screen Prints Print Club London Screen Print

Summer Screen Prints Print Club London Screen Print

Summer Screen Prints Print Club London Screen Print

Summer Screen Prints Print Club London Screen Print

Summer Screen Prints Print Club London Screen Print

Summer Screen Prints Print Club London Screen Print

All prints are available to purchase here.

Hundreds of people attended last night’s opening of Summer Screen Prints at Somerset House.Today, we are excited to launch the full collection of reimagined film posters inspired by the films shown at Film4 Summer Screen at Somerset House.

Cruel Intentions by Cassandra Yap
Edition of 200, £60

Cruel Intentions by Hattie Stewart
Edition of 200, £60

My Neighbour Totoro by Aleesha Nandhra
Edition of 200, £60

Jaws by RYCA
Edition of 200, £60

The Philadelphia Story by Poppy Chancellor
Edition of 200, £60

Blow Up by Lucille Clerc
Edition of 200, £60

Donnie Darko by Louis Carpenter
Edition of 200, £60

My Neighbour Totoro by Joe Wilson
Edition of 200, £60

Donnie Darko by Concepción Studios
Edition of 200, £60

Moonlight by Joe Cruz
Edition of 200, £60

All The President’s Men by Steve Wilson
Edition of 200, £60

Moonlight by Joseph Vass
Edition of 200, £60

Victoria by Eve Lloyd Knight
Edition of 200, £60

In Bruges by Rozalina Burkova
Edition of 200, £60

Blow Up by Rose Stallard
Edition of 200, £60

Jaws by Elliot Kruszynski
Edition of 200, £60

Deliverance by Thomas Whitcombe
Edition of 200, £60

Victoria by Gavin Dobson
Edition of 200, £60

The Omen by Peter Strain
Edition of 200, £60

Bhaji by the Beach by Rose Electra Harris
Edition of 200, £60


Somerset House and Print Club London collaborate on the fifth edition of the Summer Screen Prints exhibition, which brings limited-edition film prints to Somerset House throughout August. This year’s display will be the most extensive to date, with 20 original, screen-printed film poster artworks inspired by the Film4 Summer Screen programme.

Emerging, international artists respond to a moment, theme, character or quote from their favourite film in the season, including Joe Cruz, whose colourful and intimate work captures a pivotal moment in this year’s ‘Best Picture’ Oscar winner Moonlight, while Hattie Stewart‘s bold and striking reimagining of Cruel Intentions bares the malice of the cult film’s protagonist.

This free exhibition, open each day across the season, will enable visitors to buy the original, affordable works at Somerset House and on the Print Club London website for £60. With effortless acess to the exhibition from the Edmond J. Safra Fountain Court, film-goers will be able to enjoy special late openings ahead of each film screening.Film 4 Summer Screen Prints Film Poster Exhibition Print Club London Somerset House

Joe Cruz is a visual artist, he graduated from Norwich School of Art in 2010, his work spans art, design, fashion and graphics. He was born in London in 1988 and has a multi cultural background, having family from France, Spain, Austria and England.

He uses expressive lines, strong colours and graphical imagery within his work. This is due to Joe’s fascination with bold simple statements, as seen in political posters and advertising slogans. Simple and subversive messages play a key role in his work. He loves working with found imagery, juxtaposing it with bold colourful and strong marks to give the work a contemporary context.

Hattie Stewart is an Artist and Illustrator based in London, UK. Although she is best known for ‘doodlebombing’ over influential Magazines, her tongue-in-cheek artwork moves fluidly between many creative fields including Fashion, Music and Contemporary Art.

Joe Wilson is an illustrator based in the UK specialising in highly detailed, hand-drawn illustrations and print. Working with a combination of pencil, ink and digital colour, joe’s work takes form as a hybrid of the traditional and contemporary.

focusing on intense detail and strong drawing, joe’s unique style and considered draftsmanship attracts a wide variety of international clients, with work ranging from full media advertising campaigns to limited run screen prints.

Rozalina is a freelance illustrator and occasional animator based in London. Born and raised in Bulgaria she moved to London to study at Central Saint Martins College where she graduated in 2015.

Her work is a mix of hand drawn and digital elements united with the magic of Photoshop. Her animations are 2D, jittery and really fun to make. She enjoy rich colours, imperfect lines and subjects caught in dreamy states.

Lucille is a French London based Illustrator. She set up my studio in East London after graduating from Central Saint Martins with an MA in Communication Design and before, from ENSAAMA in Paris with a DSAA in Visual Communication. She works mainly within the field of editorial design and illustration, occasionally also realising interior and exhibition spaces. Her work is mainly handcrafted from drawing to printing. In the past two years she has created projects for Magma bookstore, Laurence King Publishers, St James’s Correspondent, The Loop, Metropolitan Eurostar magazine, Fortnum&Mason, Farrow&Ball, Diamond architects and David Kohn architects.

Thursday 10th August // Premiere: An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power (Cert.12A)

Friday 11th August // Victoria (Cert. 15)

Saturday 12th August // Donnie Darko + The Omen (Cert. 15) 

Sunday 13th August // The Philadelphia Story (Cert. U)

Monday14th August // Moonlight (Cert. 15)

Tuesday 15th August // All The President’s Men (Cert. 15)

Wednesday 16th August // Premiere: The Square (Cert. 18)

Thursday 17th August // Bhaji on the Beach (Cert. 15)

Friday 18th August // In Bruges (Cert. 18)

Saturday 19th August  // Jaws + Deliverance (Cert. 18)

Sunday 20th August  // My Neighbour Totoro (Cert. U)

Monday 21st August // Cruel Intentions (Cert. 15)

Tuesday 22nd August // Blow-up (Cert 15)

Wednesday 23rd August // Premiere: Patti Cake$ (Cert. 15)

Aleesha Nandhra, Cassandra Yap, Concepción Studios, Elliot Kruszynski, Eve Lloyd Knight, Gavin Dobson, Joe Vass, Louis Carpenter, Peter Strain, Poppy Chencellor, RYCA, Rose Electra Harris, Rose Stallard, Rozalina Burkova, Steve Wilson and Thomas Whitcombe

When: Wednesday 2nd August 2017
Time: 6 – 9pm
Location: West Wing Galleries, Somerset House

You are the first to receive an invite to this year’s show!
Limited availability of just 100



It’s that time of the year again when Print Club gets BUSY! We have lots of exciting events coming up and we need your help to make sure the Print Club ship sails smoothly! We’re looking for summer interns to help out with our upcoming exhibition ‘Summer Screen Prints Exhibition’ at Somerset House..

If you’re free between 1st July – 30th August then you just need to send your CV over to us and we’ll be in touch very soon!

Perks of becoming an intern with us; 

– You’ll be helping out our studio technicians, picking up the tricks of the trade

-You’ll be paid £10 per day to cover travel expenses and lunch

-Free workshop to familiarise yourself with our studio and screen printing

-You can use the printing studio as much as you’d like, take advantage of it!

-During the Summer screen season, you’ll be able to watch the films being screened

-There’s the opportunity to stay on and become a studio technician with Print Club London

To apply please send an email to [email protected]

We can’t wait for you to join us!

We’re back for our 5th year at this iconic landmark to bring you posters inspired by all the films at this year’s screenings!

We open on the 3rd August ’17 and remain open throughout Summer season until 23rd August ’17

Some of the artists involved in this years event include Joe Wilson, Hattie Stewart, Cassandra Yap, RYCA and many more!

Here’s the film screenings for you to get excited about;

Thursday 10th August – The Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power

Friday 11th August – Victoria

Saturday 12th August – Donnie Darko + The Omen

Sunday 13th August – The Philadelphia Story

Monday 14th August – Moonlight

Tuesday 15th August – All The President’s Men

Wednesday 16th August – The Square

Thursday 17th August – Bhaji On The Beach

Friday 18th August – In Bruges

Saturday 19th August – Jaws + Deliverance (Double-bill)

Sunday 20th August – My Neighbour Totoro

Monday 21st August – Cruel Intentions

Tuesday 22nd August – Blow Up

Wednesday 23rd August – Patti Cake$

You can book tickets here!

Here’s a few posters from the past years which are available from our site now!

Bram Stoker’s Dracula by Cassandra Yap 

Ex Machina by Concepción Studios

10 Things I Hate About You by Daisy Emerson

Jackie Brown by Jean Jullien 


Christmas Gift Guide

Artists & Illustrators ultimate gift guide is out and guess what their Editors Pick is… It’s our super talented technician Louis Carpenter’s print inspired by the film ‘Julieta’ for this years Film 4 Summer Screen Prints Exhibition. Check out Louis’s print here along with the other Film 4 Summer Screen Prints.

Artists & Illustrators Louis Carpenter Print Club London

Have a look at the December issue of Artists & Illustrators here for all art related goodies you’ll want this Christmas.


News / Illustration


Jean Jullien’s Jackie Brown and other film posters for Summer Screen Prints at Somerset House


Joe Cruz, Jean Jullien and Concepción Studios are among the artists commissioned to create limited-edition film posters for the Summer Screen Prints 2016 exhibition at Somerset House. Print Club London has selected the artists, a range of established and emerging illustrators and graphic designers with a variety in style, to create a poster for each of the films being shown at the Film4 Summer Screen.


Jean Jullien has illustrated Quentin Tarentino’s Jackie Brown, while Joe Cruz has created a poster for Funny Face. Concepción Studios has designed a poster for Ex Machina; Peter Strain has depicted Trainspotting; Joe Wilson has taken on Robocop; and Cassandra Yap has created artwork for Bram Stoker’s Dracula. Elliot Kruszynski will design a poster for Captain Fantastic, which will be the closing night premiere.


Read the full review here!!





10 Best New Prints from Top Illustrators

We round-up the best new prints – from out-of-this world NASA commissions to incredible film posters.

Trainspotting Peter Strain

Created for the Film4 Summer Screen at Somerset House this August and under the curation of Print Club London, this sultry, typographic majesty of a poster celebrates Trainspotting.

Read the full review here!!


Tonight's #printclublondon #summerscreenprints #trainspotting #filmposter looking super special in this evenings sunshine!! #screenprint #type #chooselife @peterstrain


Capital Gains // What to do in London


Poster Boys


From Trainspotting to Ex Machina, Somerset House’s Film4 line-up gets the graphic treatment from Print Club London, with 16 new posters on display. Choose life… and choose this. 28 July to 17 August (somersethouse.org.uk)





We have had Stanley Kubrick on the brain every since the start of our Summer Screen Prints Exhibition and we felt with the overwhelming amount of the directors work & inspiration at Somerset House this summer we had to share some of it.


Last Thursday we hit the trifecta of Kubrick perfection starting by venturing over to the West Wing for the Daydreaming with Kubrick exhibition. After being drawn in by the iconic orange glow, the curator James Lavelle throws you in to an immersive experience that bombarded the senses and encourages Kubrick nostalgia.






There is plenty to see from a wide variety of artists transcends the film genre as Kubrick inspired them to create everything from music to set design and even smell!


After that overload of artistic homage we ventured back to take a second look at our own artists Best of 10 By Kubrick film posters which, are two completely different stylistic interpretations of the director’s work.


Mock up frame Lucille


Mock up frame RYCA


Our live screen printing continued that night with the quote; “All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy” with an almost predictive hint at the film to come.


This one had to win didn't it! Congrats @laurencarpenter995 on the perfect #snapshot for #theshining The decided film chosen by the public for tonight's screening @somersethouselondon @film4insider ▪️Email amber@printclublondon.com to claim your limited screen print by #ryca▪️ #printclublondon #summerscreenprints #theshining #stanleykubrick We have one more winner to announce to win #lucilleclerc print - Get your entries in by tomorrow morning for a chance to win!


#summerscreenprints #snapshotcompetition #winners


Summer Set


Print Club London returns to Somerset House this month with its latest series of posters, created by a raft of top illustrators to accompany Film4’s Summer Screen season.


Read the full review here!!


We're excited for tonight's screening of the classic #bramstokersdracula If you're lucky enough to be heading down to @somersethouselondon tonight make sure you check out this year's #filmposter from #printclublondon #artist @cassandra_yap #gothic #erotic #screenprint #summerscreenprints

35 Dreamy Things To Do This Weekend


This week sees the return of Summer Screen Prints to Somerset House, a tasty chicken wing-eating competition taking place in boozers across the city and a vermouth-themed rooftop bar springing up for after work drinks. Get planning the perfect week with our tips below.


Read the full review here!!


Things to Do This Weekend // Moving Pictures


Even if you can’t get down to Somerset House for an outdoor movie session, it’s worth heading to the Summer Screen Prints exhibition, where  Print Club London artists have reimagined posters from films showing in the al-fresco season, including Funny Face and Ex Machina. Until 17 Aug; free; East Wing Galleries, Somerset House, Strand WC2R


Read the full feature here!!


You turned out in your hundreds for the private view of our Summer Screen Prints exhibition and now we are officially open to the public. Our curated selection of 17 of the most
inspiring Print Club artists both established and emerging; from illustrators to street artists, were paired with a film from theFilm4 summer screenings lineup.




Offering a blend of both classic and contemporary films spread over 14 nights , Somerset House puts on London’s largest outdoor cinema and we are delighted to return with a unique contemporary print show to compliment it. The 1st Editions are framed on the walls to view with each limited edition print signed & numbered. They are exclusively available alongside an archived collection of film posters and other arty bits to buy right from the exhibition. All limited edition, screen printed film posters are available to PURCHASE HERE!




Aside from the display of archive prints  and this year’s film posters, the exhibition includes a screening room showing a short real onPC artists & the printing process.

The exhibition will continue to run alongside the film season from now until August 17, from 10am to 6pm (and from 6:30 to 9pm for ticket holders attending the screenings). The first week kicks off on Thursday with a screening of the UK Premiere, Things to Come – Screen printed poster by Paul Wardski.









All images are credited to our new Print Club London Blogger, Gabrielle Taylor from Design Curator. 

To read her full review, visit her blog here. 


Our guest list for this years Summer Screen Prints Exhibition is now open!!

When: Opening Night Wednesday 27th July 6- 9.30pm
Where: East Wing Galleries, Somerset House

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We are excited to announce that we will be partnering with Aperol to bring you a refreshing aperitif to enjoy alongside this years SUMMER SCREEN PRINTS OPENING NIGHT.

This year we welcome you to step inside an immersive Aperol experience, equipped with a photo booth, deck chairs and of course one of summers most popular cocktails.

Aperol Spritz is one of the most appreciated aperitif’s in Italy and is enjoyed globally. The serve is made by mixing Aperol with Prosecco and a splash of soda in a wine glass full of ice and a slice of orange. Light, sparkling and refreshing, it’s the ideal drink for starting the evening and for enjoying this years collection of film posters.

Be the first to find out about upcoming announcements and events visit www.aperolspritzsocials.com or follow them on Twitter and Instagram: @AperolSpritzUK #ItStartsNow

When: Wednesday 27th July 6-9pm
Where: East Wind Galleries, Somerset House
We are excited to announce that the Print Club London Summer Screen Prints exhibition is back for its fourth year at Somerset House, and it already looks set to be one of our favourites!!
Each year we get the pleasure of selecting a number of our talented artists to work in collaboration with Film4 Summer Screen at Somerset House. Each artist reimagines a poster for one of the films, taking particular scenes, quotes, characters or other elements as inspiration.



Paul Wardski / Opening Night Premiere: Things to Come (Showing 4 August)
Cassandra Yap / Bram Stoker’s Dracula (5 August)
Concepción Studios / Ex Machina (6 August)
Joe Wilson / RoboCop (6 August)
Lilly Lou / Sunset Boulevard (7 August)
Daisy Emerson / 10 Things I Hate About You (8 August)
Rose Stallard / Walkabout (9 August)
Louis Carpenter / Premiere: Julieta (10 August)
Lucille Clerc / Best of Ten: Kubrick Classics (11 August)
RYCA / Best of Ten: Kubrick Classics (11 August)
Jean Jullien / Jackie Brown (12 August)
MOL / Galaxy Quest (13 August)
Jordan Andrew Carter / The Final Girls (13 August)
Joe Cruz / Funny Face (14 August)
Peter Strain / Trainspotting (15 August)
Joe Vass / Girlhood (16 August)
Elliot Kruszynski / Closing Night Premiere: Captain Fantastic (17 August)


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With only a few days left of the 2015 Film4 Summer Screen Prints, we take a look at the making of this year’s prints from our 15 wonderful artists.
You can still visit the exhibition at Somerset House daily between 10-6pm until this Sunday 23rd September.
To everyone involved in this years show from our talented selection of artists, to the team over at Somerset House, Film4 and of course you guys!


Another year, another Film4 Summer Screen Prints, Film Poster Exhibition at Somerset House.
With 15 films to choose from, each Print Club artist seemed perfectly suited to their chosen title. From premiers such as Me and Earl and the Dying Girl to the cult classics of True Romance and Withnail and I, this years audience were spoilt for choice.
We saw over 1,000 people through the doors, familiar faces and newbies to the eclectic selection of works produced by some of our finest artists.
If you missed this years exhibition opening night, you can visit the show daily from 10am – 6pm Monday – Sunday.


There were sweet treats on hand thanks to Propercorn and plenty of refreshments from our wonderful drinks sponsors, Brewdog and Jameson’s.