We’re really treating you this week, not one but, TWO ‘Artist At Home’ features! We know how well loved this artist and their rabbits are to you guys so, to coincide with the release of three new HAM screen prints, we caught up with the founder Joanna Ham to talk all things bunnies, her studio and lockdown…

Dinosaur Rabbit by HAM
Open Edition, £40

I’m an artist, illustrator and founder of homeware brand HAM. I live on a farm on the Welsh borders with my husband Stew, two kids, Kit and Ren and our dog Ted. The studio is a converted granary barn nestled in the hills surrounded by sheep!

I’ve just launched a brand new series of Rabbit prints and am currently working on expanding HAM’s mug collection. Away from the bunnies I’ve been developing some of my personal work and have just finished a set of flower drawings.

Bathtime Rabbit by HAM
Open Edition, £40

Pilates Rabbit by HAM
Open Edition, £40

I’ve been trying to up my snack game and my go to sweet treat has been chocolate beetroot brownies … the kids demolish them and the veg minimises some of the sugar guilt!

It’s been a bit of a rollercoaster adjusting to the new normal, especially juggling work and kids. But this forced break has given me a much-needed timeout to revisit what sits at the heart of HAM. I’ve been carrying around a load of ideas for ages and have finally been able to carve out a chunk of time to just get lost in experimenting and creating new work.

So many amazing artists to choose from! The last piece I bought was Human Beinz by William Blanchard – such an uplifting piece – I’ve hung it in my son’s room.

Human Beinz – Small by William Blanchard
Artist Proofs Available, £250

Fun minimalism.

Try not to get sucked back into our old regime of manically rushing around and never having enough time.

This week’s ‘Artist At Home’ is with no other than Dave Buonaguidi aka Real Hackney Dave! Scroll down to read all about his lockdown, a peek into his home and what he’s been working on!

XOXO – Couples by Dave Buonaguidi 

Open Edition, £95

My name is Dave Buonaguidi, and I am an artist based in Hackney. I began my art career very late in life. I was fifty and did the one day workshop here at Print club and without sounding too dramatic that workshop changed my life. After 35 years of working in advertising, I had just had enough of the people and lack of creativity and decided to do everything I could to become a full-time artist. In January this year, I jacked in the day job, and finally achieved that ambition. What a year to do it!

I live about 100 metres from Print club, just off Shacklewell lane. I have lived in the area for almost 20 years, and I needed to be near my kids who live in De Beauvoir with my ex. My place is part of a converted bible factory and is a nice bright open space on the ground floor. Right now it’s stuffed with all the framed work that I was going to try and sell at various art fairs and shows, that have been cancelled this year. I have a long wall full of my favourite art and a studio workroom where I keep all the maps and ephemera that I print on, and all the editions that I have printed.

Outside my front door is a beautiful courtyard surrounded by the rest of the factory building. It’s very colourful and very peaceful, and then 100 metres up the road I am in the middle of my favourite area, full of noise, personality, eclectic people and creative inspiration.

I love to print onto found ephemera, maps, love letters, playing cards, pattern cutting templates, blueprints, basically anything that is flat and has a rich and evocative back story. Because of my background in advertising, I like to use words and messages in a playful way and create a reaction in the viewer. I print my type layers onto these found objects in a vibrant shock fluorescent pink, with a red drop shadow. I have always been inspired by the pop artists. The colours, the subversion of imagery, the sense of passion and revolt and cultural noise, and also the mass production through screen printing aspect of certain works by artists like Warhol, Rauschenberg and Peter Blake.

I got the virus in late Feb early March, and I got really sick, and by the time I was feeling better, the lockdown had started. I felt like the wind had been taken out of my sails, and because all the shows I had prepared framed works for had all been cancelled or postponed, I had no enthusiasm or motivation to do anything, but I decided to try and lift my spirits by creating stuff inspired by the lockdown itself. Before it all kicked off I did 700 NO SNOGGING face masks with Jealous Gallery and then did lots and lots IT’S GONNA BE OKAY prints with Print Club that we gave to NHS workers, that I did a bunch of giveaway prints KEEP YER CHIN UP.

This lockdown has been a truly unique experience, and also a cultural event. I always want to create a reaction with my work, and I thought this was a good opportunity to motivate and inspire as many people as possible, all of who were feeling the same was I was. My motivation returned and I am in the studio everyday printing like crazy, I’ve never been busier.

1. My motorcycle. Everyday I ride it to my local post office to drop stuff. The roads are empty and it’s sunny, and I make as much noise as I can.

2. WIFI. I don’t know what I do without it.

3. Jaffa Cakes. I don’t know what I do without them.

I have been making really healthy food during the crisis, except for the odd packet of Jaffa Cakes or two, or ten. Right now, I am really into a simple salad of red onions, kidney beans, red pepper and feta cheese, with balsamic vinegar and oil.

I’m very lucky, there are some great artists at the club who also happen to be really nice people, which when you have worked in advertising as long as I have, can take a bit of getting used to. The other thing is that all the artists have completely different styles and techniques. I really like Donk and his beautiful and elegant street style, and Davey Newton with his amazing bold and colourful designs.

Juicy – Copper Foil by David Newton 

Open Edition, £70

Kissing someone. Like a proper dirty, slow kiss.

our latest ‘Artist At Home’ is with Craig Keenan who, not only is an amazing artist but, is one of Print Club’s screen printing tutors too! Scroll to read all about what Craig’s been getting up to…

American Gods by Craig Keenan
Artist Proofs, £150

I am a printmaker working primarily with cyanotypes – mainly photographic work and always blue! My home set up is minimal as I mostly work with a camera and laptop. I’ve made a little controlled exposure setup which allows me to print with the sun. So I’m lucky the weathers been nice since lockdown!

My style wavers between humorous to sinister, illustrative to expressionist. I have always needed variety in my work and so I do tend to swing from one thing to another depending on my mood. I used to give myself a hard time about being inconsistent but I’ve learnt that one thing informs another. I don’t get to choose, I just have to go with what is working at the time.

I’ve been working on lots of little projects!  Customising a beach hut, taking part in a couple of documentaries looking at artists in isolation. Outside of art I’ve been smashing looking after all our plants! And a number of DIY projects have been keeping me entertained.

Definitely! Although it’s more like being given time to revise old plans I’d say. I keep notes of ideas I want to work on but life gets in the way. I’ve been looking through old notes and making new work!

One of my faves has got to be Donk he’s one of those who’s not only a pleasure to be around but his work always hits the right notes with me. I very often see something he’s made and feel sad it wasn’t me. He’s got fantastic style and I dig it.

Graffiti Butterfly – Blue by Donk
Edition of 100, £100


Honestly probably work. I really enjoy the work I do – I’ve been teaching workshops at print club for nearly 8 years now!! Im actually missing the buzz of lots of people in a busy studio.


Catch up on our latest ‘Artist At Home’ Q + A! This week we’ve been chatting to collage artist Lucille Moore, scroll down to have a read…

Flaming Hearts by Lucille Moore
Edition of 25, £95

Feeling totally grateful for my home studio right now. I worked from the kitchen table for years until I was able to commandeer a room in the house to spread out and slop paint around in. I live with my other half Toby, who has been busy working from home and our little boy Cassidy who is two.

Weeping Heart by Lucille Moore
One Off Original piece, £290 framed
This piece has been made with acrylic on cardboard collage with wire

It’s a major juggling act, raising a two year old and getting work done, and since lock down we have missed the grandparents who have over the last couple of years really assisted in helping me to have chunks of time to focus on work. So, I have to grab snippets when I can. Mostly at the weekend when Toby can take over with Cass. The rest of the time we’re busy cooking or digging in the garden which we love, or watching the birds nesting in our bird box!   

My style wavers between humorous to sinister, illustrative to expressionist. I have always needed variety in my work and so I do tend to swing from one thing to another depending on my mood. I used to give myself a hard time about being inconsistent but I’ve learnt that one thing informs another. I don’t get to choose, I just have to go with what is working at the time.

I’ve mostly been working on drawings to try and generate some new ideas for paintings and collages, and have also had the pleasure of making a couple of home icons for some very lovely clients.

Definitely, I’ve never got long in the studio so I’ve really had to temper my expectations and have started working on just drawing. I’ve been fascinated by the Wild West and the American frontier for a while now and recently started looking at photographs by Solomon D. Butcher. I love the relation between these photographs and the snapshots I get of my neighbours outside their houses every Thursday at 8pm.

Waffle House by Lucille Moore
Edition of 100, £150

Spring time means Rhubarb, and I have made ALOT of crumble. I make my topping with porridge oats and ground almonds (recipe stolen from Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstal) so no need to worry about the lack of flour in the shops. I stick a good chunk of grated ginger and a couple of apples in with the rhubarb. and it’s  Excellent comfort food if you’re having a wobble.

We are all missing our family and friends!

Maxine Gregson’s work is dreamy. I love the desert landscapes she uses and it takes me back to my own trip through the American desert. I have my eye on ‘Borderline’, the colour palette she uses just radiates the dry heat and dusty light that I’ll never forget.

Borderline by Maxine Gregson
Edition of 30, £90

Yes! I decided to draw a little shrine, because there is always hope. The world will look a bit different once this is all over and hopefully for the better. Within the little microcosm of our home we have done our best to focus on gratitude and appreciate every little thing.

It’s a brand new week and we have a brand new ‘Artist At Home’ for you all! We caught up with Adam Bridgland to see what he’s been getting up to during lockdown, scroll down for the Q + A…

Look At The Sky by Adam Bridgland
Edition of 50, £95

My name is Adam Bridgland and I am an artist based in Cambridgeshire.  During the lockdown I have been working in our home studio, named The Hide as its design was influenced by bird hides.  It is a space I share with my wife, artist Lucy Gough, and my two boys, based at the top of the garden that looks across the allotments and on to Angelsey Abbey.

Every Town Is Full Of Interest, 2020
One-Off Original Piece

It has been a strangely liberating experience working in the  home studio, much of my time before was spent travelling between Cambridge and London. I have spent much of time trying to take stock of the work I had made over the last year.  April was supposed to see the opening of my first solo show for 2 years.  As with many of my solo exhibitions they are a full stop to a body of work.  With that taken away it has been interesting to have more time to access this work and then start to think about the next chapter.  I have also been reevaluating work that has sat in the studio for a little while.  Some of the work again through fresh eyes has started new conversations in my practice to then move forward with.  With my very simple set up of a board and two screen print claps I have been making simple mono prints and two/three colour prints, really to keep everything ticking over.

I have been working on a number of original enamel and letraset postcard/photographic works as well as a series of painted signs which I go and install in the fenland landscape near my home.

You and I, Me and You, 2020
Edition of 75, £70

Digital archival print with hand finished enamel overlays

Now I Find Poetry In The Strangest Places, 2020
Edition of 75, £70
Digital archival print with hand finished enamel overlays

Beer and nuts, I’m working on my figure!

My football team, both playing and coaching

Follow Me by Matthew Green
Edition of 200, £50

Go and see the sea, cry.

An image by my son Cass (aged 7) rather than me – think it sums up lockdown perfectly.

This year we are getting to know our artists a little more, by taking tours around their studios and exploring where all the magic happens. To kick off our series of tours, we visited the always lovely Lucille Moore. We have been working with Lucille over the last two years, turning her cardboard collages into limited edition screen prints.

We caught up with Lucille who is currently working on a new collection of work, all inspired by her recent trip to America, exploring the idea of ‘Wanted’; a home, a new life, love, freedom, adventure… Basic human desires and the original American Dream through the eyes of cowboys. 

Within the majority of Lucille’s work, she uses cardboard, repurposing a material primarily used for packaging. Enjoying the freeness that cardboard allows her to be with her work, Lucille has gone on to create many pieces using this material, including her first piece ‘Fluffy Women’ which was featured in The RA’s Summer Exhibition 2016.

Waffle House Lucille Moore Print Club London Screen Print

Waffle House by Lucille Moore

£150 // Edition of 100

To see Lucille’s entire collection on our online gallery, click here.

After the success of the Summer Bazaar, Print Club London are bringing you their Xmas fair ’18. The perfect place to pick up unique gifts and hand-made stocking fillers. Spend the day perusing the many makers stands in our print studio while sipping on a FREE mulled wine and getting into the christmas spirit!

You’ll be able to purchase ceramics, zines, prints, t-shirts, greetings cards, weavings and much, much more.

There’s something for everyone and every budget!

Location: Print Club London, E8 2DS
Time: 11 – 5pm



A HUGE thank you, to everyone who made it down to our Summer Bazaar on Saturday! We hope you walked away with your purses feeling a little lighter and hands full of amazing goodies!

Scroll down for all of the action:

As well as our Summer Bazaar, we had the opening of our ‘2018 Print-ern Show’ showcasing the amazing work of Charlie Gould! If you weren’t able to make it down then have no fear, as the show will be on until 28th September.

Voodoo Baby by Charlie Gould || Macks Mountain Cow Milk by Charlie Gould 

Edition of 30 // £70 || Edition of 40 // £60

Thank you to MC Motors for helping us bring our Summer Bazaar to life, by using their yard!


Summer Bazaar

For one day only we will be transforming not only our East London print studio but our Miller’s Avenue alleyway into our Summer Bazaar! It’ll be filled to the brim with works from our artists, technicians and studio members!

It’s the perfect opportunity for you to pick up some hand-made goodies, amazing affordable art and to try some tasty treats by some of our favourite food vendors!

Here are some snaps of the artist’s involved in last years market:

Positive Press

Francesca Tiley

Sam Baldwin

Aleesha Nandhra

Mean Mail

Vicky’s Donuts

Date: Saturday 18th August
Time: 11am – 5pm
Location: Print Club London Gallery, 10-28 Millers Ave, London, E8 2DS

If you would like to attend, click here.

This month we have been getting to know our Tutor and longtime Print Club Member Oli Fowler. We’ve been following Oli around and watching him produce his brand new screen print ‘A Nice Pile of Crap’

Oli Fowler is an artist who specialises in screen-printing and graphic design.

Oli’s artistic practice spans across various forms of graphic art and design, including printmaking, illustration, photography, and photomontage, and he frequently combines these different mediums in his creative process. He values experimentation from the earliest stages of work and bends the rules of printmaking, allowing for the chance and deliberate mistakes to give direction for the finished piece.

When screen printing, Oli often uses tape and stickers to break down the composition and plays around with patterns, textures and photographs to create a density of imagery. His dynamic, abstract compositions are characteristic by their use of sharp shapes and pure CMYK colours.

Alongside his freelance work, for the past five years, Oli has also been involved with the Print Club London as a technician and tutor. He has led screen-printing classes and provided 1-to-1 tutoring for creative professionals and beginners alike.

He has had solo shows in London at the Shaws Booksellers, Blackfriars, and The Crown, Angel. His recent group exhibition The Time with the collective Up and Coming Art was held at The Mushroom Works, Newcastle.

Apart from occasionally experiencing a sudden impulse to draw the odd robot or two, Oli is interested in all things nostalgic, colourful, futuristic and is an obsessive collector of prog and jazz-rock.


What was your approach to your brand new print ‘A Nice Pile Of Crap’? My approach to my brand new piece was to collect rubbish left on our streets of Dalston. Its a collection of rubbish from the walk from Print Club’s Studio to my Studio, after I collected the rubbish I then set up a still life composition back in my studio. I mixed the rubbish with spring flowers also picked up on the walk. I then photographed the still life that I created, put them in photoshop and artworked them further. 

 How long have you even a member? I’ve been a member for nearly nine years, I am currently one of the leading Tutors at Print Club.

What do you love about screen printing and Print Club? I love the fact that I reached a level where I can screenprint and make a living from it! I’m not my own boss and love every moment of my job! This would never happen if I hadn’t joined Print Club nine years ago, that’s what I love about Print Club! It’s a gateway to what I wanted to achieve, its helped and supported me over the years!

What is your printing playlist? My printing playlist would probably start with some obscure Jazz Fusion, from mid 70’s moving into 80’s Jazz Funk, and then finishing off with some Red Hot Chilli Peppers – Blood Sugar Sex Magik! 

Do you have any tips for a budding Screen Printer? Never give up and wash your screen properly! 

Last but no means least, after a long day of Screen Printing, what is your beverage of choice? A nice cool can of Holsten Pils!


‘A Nice Pile of Crap’

Edition of 50 // £100

To find out more about our memberships and what we have to offer at Print Club, please click here.


HOT DIGGIDY.. Print Club London have just collaborated with sign-painter Greater Opacity to produce his one-off painted signs into limited edition screen prints! Check it out below…

Jay Holland is a sign writer, painter and artist working and living in London under the name Greater Opacity. Working independently either from his studio or on site up a ladder, his practice is based in and around traditional sign writing. Utilising time-tested techniques and materials, merging them with his background knowledge of illustration. Creating modern artwork and signs with a mix of imagery and hand rendered lettering in a wide range of mediums and settings.

Hot Diggidy Dogs
Edition of 25, £95

Edition of 25, £95


Blisters is back for its 7th edition!

You’ll be glued to the screen…



After the success of Our Blisters show in 2017, we’re bringing you back-to-back episodes of your favourite screen-printed poster show!

It’s based on ‘TV SHOWS’ and it’s an entirely hand-pulled screen-print show!

Tune in and take inspiration from your favourite TV show, cult classic or famous one-liners!

Coming September 2018

We are now open for submissions and want to get the word out there to any illustrators/aspiring artists who want to take part.

Blisters: Season Seven – The Brief

ONE. Submit a poster in your own style inspired by your favourite TV show, cult classic series or a famous one-liner!

TWO. The catch is that, you cannot use the name of the show or character names! Use of other text is allowed of course, but this should stand alone as an image/scene/typography

THREE. Most importantly, your work must be COMPLETELY new and original for this project and never seen before! We will not accept any submissions that are displayed anywhere else, including personal blog or portfolio.

FOUR. The artwork specification – It needs to be in B2 format (500 x 700mm) but, can be portrait of landscape.

FIVE. Submissions must be sent as a low-res .jpeg file to [email protected] and

When sending the low-res file please ensure it’s saved ‘YourName.jpeg’ and you state in your email the book/author/quote your design is inspired by.

The deadline is Monday 21st May’18

Producing your screen prints

We can offer free use of our studio to successful submissions to print your own work but, if you aren’t printing yourself do be aware that the more colours you choose the more expensive it is to produce.

2018 Blisters show will be full to the brim with 50 artists, each with 50 signed and editioned screen prints selling for £50 a pop!

The idea is that whether you are just out of college, up and coming or a well-known artist, everyone is on the same level platform and the prints speak for themselves.

Our aim is to take affordable art prints to a wider demographic, encouraging buyers to invest in original artwork

Artists who have taken part in our Blisters show before include: Ben Eine, Jamie Reid, Mr Bingo, Pure Evil, Peter Stitson, Anthony Burrill, Hattie Stewart, Kate Moross, James Joyce, Clifford Richards, Mike Perry, Ryca and many, many more!

Submissions must be sent as a low-res .jpeg file to [email protected] and the deadline is Monday 21st May 2018



Q: If I have artwork that I’ve used for previous projects, can I reprint this?

A: The artwork for your submission should be original. If there are elements from previous projects this is fine but the submission should appear to be new as a whole.

Q: Does the “poster” need to contain text or type?

A: No, this is up to you. “Poster” is the format size paper and the term we use to describe this. You can either:

1. Create artwork that is composed of an illustration or design inspired by a TV Show, or line from a show

2. Submit an entry composed entirely of a typographic design (as long as it does not mention the TV Show title/Character names

3. Mix the two!


Q: If I have several designs, can I submit more than one?

A: You can submit as many designs as you like!

Q: When the artwork is printed and signed, do we also need to put a title to it? For example; The TV show title or not, as it might give the game away?

A: The title of each print edition will be the same as the TV show it’s inspired by

Q: How much of that goes to the artist?

A: It’s a 50/50 split between the artist and Print Club London. The artist will receive 50% commission as will Print Club London

Q: What happens to prints, which remain unsold?

A: All prints are sold via Print Club London on our online gallery after the show.

Q: Do they remain the property of the artist or of London Print Club?

A: They’re owned by the artist/designer, but we retain the right to be the only seller of these prints as they are from a show we have curated.

Q: If ownership remains with the artist, can the artist resell them elsewhere – for example, through independent shops?

A: No, the prints can only be sold via Print Club London

Q: If the artist is not producing the prints themselves will Print Club be producing them?

A: The artists are liable for the printing the work. They can use our studios for free if they know how to print! If artists are unable to print, they can ask Tuckshop our bespoke printing service who, will offer a discount for all Blisters artists. This Year we’re sponsored by G.F Smith who are supplying all the paper for the show

Q: Who owns the rights to the image?

A: Artists always own the rights to their work. However a rule of Blisters is that the work cannot be reproduced at a later date as another screen print or giclée

Q: Can the artist/designer use the imagery for, their own products again?  For example, using the imagery for t-shirts, greetings cards etc.

A: No, we ask that the image to be just for the show. This is what makes it ‘limited edition’ and this is a key part of Blisters.

Check out last year’s show;

The deadline for submission is Monday 21st May 2018 

Not only does Rose Stallard work as an illustrator and creative director of Print Club London she ALSO, has been getting inky in the studio to create a series of monoprints in our East London print studio! Each piece unique and original pieces with one defining factor the infamous smiley face of 90s rave culture!

Smiley Face 1
One-off Monoprint

Smiley Face 2
One-off Monoprint

Smiley Face 4
One-off Monoprint

Smiley Face 6
One-off Monoprint

For International Women’s Day we held a workshop with Warner Bro’s UK, to celebrate Unstoppable Women in film and TV! For the event, we had three different amazing designs created by our Creative Director Rose Stallard. The designs featured quotes from Wonder Woman, GIRLS and Big Little Lies!

Scroll down to see the images from the evening!

Photography by Andrew Leo

If you are interested in hiring us for an event you are holding, then please get in touch with [email protected]


Members Spotlight

As you all know, our book gives you an insight into our Dalston studio but that’s just a tiny sampling of Print Club! Over the next few months, we’ll be giving you a peek at some of the artists and illustrators who work tirelessly in our screen printing studio! If you want to be a part of all the action, we are always open to new members!

Jacqueline Colley is a printed textile designer, with over eight years, experience working with brands including Oasis and H&M as well as teaching at the V&A

Her own name brand is where she expresses her deep love of nature. Each surface pattern begins it’s life as individual hand drawn artworks. These are compiled into rich and intricate prints. Which are applied across products including limited edition art prints for the home, stationery, gift wrap and home textiles.

Name: Jacqueline Colley

How long have you been a member: I took the deluxe course in January 2017 I’d printed at uni over 10 years before and needed a refresher; mainly to remind myself about registration. I joined straight after while everything was fresh in my mind and I’ve been dipping in and out since then! 

What do you love about screen printing & Print Club:  I love getting away from the computer and producing work by hand, plus it’s a very friendly inclusive atmosphere and there is always an expert print technician around to help you out of a sticky situation! It’s really inspiring to see the other work being printed, you can learn so much from how other people approach screen printing and make their layers and colour choices. 

What is your printing playlist: I think it’s good to listen to something quite chilled, you can’t rush the printing or it just goes wrong! So some Staves, Sufjan Stevens & Laura Marling

Do you have any tips for a budding Screen Printer: If you aren’t feeling confident; do the course I found it great for getting my head around the process and then once you start it’s a bit addictive!!

Jana started out doing fashion illustration and selling them as gicleé prints (which Jana still does) however she does prefer screen printing because she is physically printing the one printing them. Screen printing is a really nice way to translate the prints she has on her cards and notebooks into a little piece of artwork. Jana is inspired by the Memphis Movement, Dries Van Noten, and the 1980’s.

Name: Jana Pavasovic (The Completist)

How long have you been a member: Since July 17.

What do you love about screen printing & Print Club:  Printing is a really satisfying process because you can get a good result really quickly. It’s also a great way to hand-make something on a large scale. My favourite thing about Print Club is working amongst so many printmakers i’ve admired for years. Everyone is really helpful and supportive – it’s a great little community!

What is your printing playlist: Actually, I’m usually listening to political or true crime podcasts. But if it’s music, it’s usually a mix of Cut Copy, Tops, Warpaint, Blood Orange and Toro y Moi.

Do you have any tips for a budding Screen Printer: You need to be persistent and patient, and don’t be too hard on yourself! Sometimes it takes a while to get a print right, but when you do, it’s totally worth it.

I am a London based illustrator and Printmaker. I specialise in making vibrant, edgy, work with a punky look and feel.  My Work is built up from a dense hybrid of drawings, collaged imagery and multi – layered colours. I am a big fan the offsets, drips and fades to create an authentic distressed aesthetic.

Name: Ben Rider

How long have you been a member: I originally joined as a technician in 2012 for a couple years then took a desk space afterwards and been here since!

What do you love about screen printing & Print Club: My favourite thing has to be all the other people I print and work with!!

What is your printing playlist: Metal or a bit of drum and bass.

Do you have any tips for a budding Screen Printer: Yes, preparation is KEY and don’t be afraid to make mistakes! Be brave, take risks, and most importantly – have fun and enjoy it!

Kasia’s work focuses mainly on printing textiles for her eco-friendly clothing brand Kasia Ethical Ware, as well as commissions for her clients. The environment and ethics are extremely important to Kasia. She always chooses organic and ethically sourced materials whenever possible, while keeping the end product fun and colourful at the same time. 

Name: Kasia Ring

How long have you been a member: I began my screen printing adventure around 3 years ago after I took part in one of Print Club’s workshops. I loved it so much that I have been a member ever since!

What do you love about screen printing & Print Club: I love the whole community of artists and printers that all share this space. I have learned so much from fellow members of the studio over the past few years! 

What is your printing playlist: My go-to printing playlist usually revolves around Prince and 90’s R’n’B. 

To find out more how you can become a member of our 24-hour studio click here.

Members Spotlight

As you all know, our book gives you an insight into our Dalston studio but that’s just a tiny sampling of Print Club! Over the next few months we’ll be giving you a peek at some of the artists and illustrators who work tirelessly in our screen printing studio! If you want to be a part of all the action, we are always open to new members!

I’m an Illustrator based in London, and graduate of the Cambridge School of Art (2014)
My work is often a mixture of different media both traditional and digital, and I enjoy experimenting with techniques. I am influenced by Music, Pop-Art, travel, food and vintage food packaging. I like using bold and fun imagery to solve visual problems!

Name: Aleesha Nandhra

How long have you been a member: I took part in the Print-ern-ship in March 2016, and I have been teching/hanging-around/making mess since then!

What do you love about screen printing & Print Club: In terms of Print Club – it’s definitely the community, getting to see what other artists are working on, sharing tips and experiences. I’ve made lots of lovely friends being here. My favourite thing about printing is how it challenges my thinking when I am trying to put together an image.

What is your printing playlist: David Bowie is my playlist for everything…

Do you have any tips for a budding Screen Printer: When you’re starting off, allow yourself to make mistakes without feeling pressured. It’s better to learn from things early on. Also – if you have a frustrating day printing (it can happen sometimes!) don’t let the print studio intimidate you, get back in there and start having fun again!

Anne Cohen

Anne has been living and working in South London as a graphic designer for 6 years. After spending 3 months in California last year Anne fell in love with the light, colours, architecture and nature of the West Coast and decided to create a set of prints inspired by her travels. 

Name: Anne Cohen

How long have you been a member: Two Months.

What do you love about screen printing & Print Club: Everyone is super lovely and helpful!

What is your printing playlist: The Cactus Blossoms (they remind me of LA which is where I got the inspiration for my prints) and anything from the 80’s (always makes me happy!)
Liz-Whiteman-SmithLiz is a freelance printmaker and artist, currently living in London. She has been inspired by her travels around the world and is drawn to the quirky playful and unusual. She creates series of multi-layered screen prints working from her own photographs and drawings. She is a member of The Printmakers Council, Print Club London, Southbank Printmakers Gallery, Studio 73 and Espacio Gallery where she organises a group of artists to put on an exhibition each year. 

Name: Liz Whiteman-Smith

How long have you been a member: I came to a workshop taught by the charming Craig four years ago, was hooked and have been coming back ever since as often as I can.

What do you love about screen printing: While there are often new people at Print Club there are always the same friendly faces willing to lend a hand or give you advice. Printing is never dull, you are always learning and developing. I just love printing, it makes me happy to draw something and turn it into a screen print.

What is your printing playlist: I like to print to upbeat chilled out music like Red Hot Chilli Peppers, more recent music like Foo fighters or any rock from the 80s.

Liz Whiteman Smith

Cactus Love by Liz Whiteman-Smith // Lithops and Friends by Liz Whiteman-Smith

Edition of 50, £60 // Edition of 50, £60

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Print Club London, are offering one lucky artist the chance to come and produce their work into limited edition screen prints!

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We are super excited to announce we have collaborated with woman of the moment Romily Alice to produce not one but THREE BRAND NEW print editions inspired by her Utopias Neon Series! Exclusively available from Print Club London and a VERY limited edition of just 25, so make sure you don’t miss out!

Untitled #1 Utopias (IRL//URL)
Edition of 25, £170


Romily Alice Walden is a multi-disciplinary artist whose work is concerned with gender and its interplay with other social categorisations and power differentials. At the core of her practice is an interrogation of contemporary embodiment and its relation to the Post-Internet age. Her work questions modern society’s relationship with looking, being looked at, gendered hierarchies, pleasure and the body.

Romily’s work has been exhibited extensively throughout the UK and in 2017 she was named a Winston Churchilll Memorial Trust Fellow. Her work is held in private collections in the UK, Germany, and America.  Romily’s work has been featured in publications such as Another Magazine, Vice: The Creators Project, The Culture Trip and Hunger Magazine.

Untitled #2 Utopias (IRL//URL)
Edition of 25, £170

Untitled #3 Utopias (IRL//URL)
Edition of 25, £170


We know how much you loved sold out print ‘Monster Mickey’ well… Contemporary artist Ben Allen has worked collaboratively with us to bring you a BRAND NEW colour way! Exclusively available from Print Club London and a VERY limited edition of just 25 so make sure you don’t miss out!


Free-spirited, UK based artist Ben Allen is most well-known for his controversial Pop paintings. Using a ‘collage’ style of unlikely juxtapositions, the dynamic paintings are complex mash-ups of popular culture that critiques the day-to-day dull and mundane, challenge the media’s view on sexuality and inspire a sense of freedom.

With designs gracing the walls of big names like Jade Jagger, Stephen Dorff, Sophie Ellis Bexter, Horace Panter (The Specials) and Richard Branson, art displays in Selfridges and a 40ft artwork dominating the Notting Hill headquarters of Virgin. Inspired by underground surfing and skateboard street scenes, Ben’s art manages to capture the elusive zeitgeist and his clients now include Vans, Converse, Amy Winehouse Foundation, Levis, Virgin, Jamie Oliver, Channel 5, Nokia, Bracher Emden and Proporta.

Ben Allen’s journey as an artist has seen his work constantly evolve, becoming more and more sought-after, Ben travels worldwide for clients and events, where he often collaborates with other top artists. He releases his work only in small numbers.

His work is in private collections throughout the UK, in Australia, New York, Las Vegas, Barcelona, Korea, Germany, Japan, Hong Kong, Ibiza and has been featured in Huck, Design Week, The Observer, The Times, Elle Déco, Plus1, Time Out, Loaded and GQ magazines to name but a few.

EDITION OF 25, £525


So our most recent printerns have been here just over a month now! And we know you’re DESPERATE to know what they been getting up to in our studios! Each printern works as a studio technician one day a week, where they assists members printing, tidy the studio, help out with workshops and they will pick up tricks of the trade from professional printers! Apart from that day they can use the studio as they please, our studio is 24/7!

Niall’s work uses collages and shapes to create abstract designs and compositions! Here’s his first limited edition screen print which is available exclusively from Print Club London! You have another 5 screen prints to come from Niall so, keep your eyes peeled!

Niall Greaves Collection 1 Print Club London Screen Print

Collection #1

Edition of 40, £60

Niall Greaves is a graphic artist and printmaker who’s work incorporates a mix of abstract and figurative motifs often informed by symbolism and nature. Creating bold images through patterns, found textures and abstract drawings.

Fusing Cassandra Yap’s juxtaposition of dark and beautiful subjects with Dave Buonaguidi’s bold, unapologetic typography to create these VERY special prints! Snap ’em up quick, very limited edition!

Hand-finished with pink glitter
Edition of 25, £230*

Love You To Death Cassandra Yap Dave Buonaguidi Print Club London Screen Print

Neon Colourway
Edition of 35, £130

Love You To Death Cassandra Yap Dave Buonaguidi Print Club London Screen Print


Originally from Singapore, Cassandra Yap is an artist and art director based in London. Her work often explores the juxtaposition between dark and beautiful subjects to create the surreal. Fuelled by her love of pin ups, the female form and an unhealthy obsession with vintage erotica, her photomontage halftone style images are dark, bold and humorous with a kinky edge.

Exhibitions include:  Print Club Blisters Blackout ’10, Blisters The Directors Cut ’12 & Blisters Sound Sessions, 3939 Shop pop up gallery at the Shop At Bluebird, The London Illustration Fair ’13, Dalston Superstore, The Affordable Art Fair Battersea ’14, solo show at Laylow Art Gallery in Palma de Mallorca, Wall Street Gallery’s Revolution group show in LA, Affordable Art Affair Hampstead ’15 and Film 4 Summer screen print show at Somerset House.


Dave has worked in advertising for over 30 years, founding St. Luke’s, the world’s first Co-operative ad agency and most recently Karmarama in 2000.

In 2003 he created the iconic MAKE TEA NOT WAR poster for the anti-war march. It now is part of the collection at the V&A and hangs in the Trento museum of modern art. He loves to make work that creates a reaction.

Come join us on Saturday 15th April, for our fun filled Easter fair!

We’ve invited our members, technicians, friends and other creative folk to come and sell their incredible wares in our Dalston studio!

Showcasing a spectacular selection of affordable, art-led goodies, including prints, zines, totes, ceramics, greetings cards and more!

Bag yourself some amazing finds from our gallery, with exclusive offers on featured prints and framed pieces being up for grabs!

The event will take place from:

12pm – 4pm

You can find us at:

Print Club London
10-28 Millers Ave
E8 2DS

See you there!

Over the last few months Print Club London has been home for Francesca Tiley and Rozalina Burkova – They were our latest printerns! Spending lots of their time here producing 6 limited edition screen printed pieces exclusive to us, helping out with our studio and being a part of the Print Club team.

Print Club London has been running our very successful printern scheme for over a year now and we’ve seen some AMAZING artists, designers and illustrators through our doors such as; Rose Electra Harris, Aleesha Nandhra and Alice Kiteley! Our most recent printerns, Rozalina Burkova and Francesca Tiley have been busily working the past few months on their limited edition screen printed collection – Their time as printerns has come to an end but check out the impressive portfolio of work they created while being here. All pieces featured are available from our online gallery at really affordable prices!

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.


Edition of 40, £60

This, Forever

Edition of 100, £50

Sextet in the Snow

Edition of 50, £80

Lounging Lady

Edition of 30, ,£100

Let’s Do This

Edition of 50, £40

Bon Voyage

Edition of 40, £60

Francesca’s work is defined by vibrant colours, decorative patterns and playful lettering. She is influenced by the naïve and expressive qualities of folk art and has a big love for anything hand made. Having recently completed her BA at Brighton University, she hopes to learn more about sign painting and other traditional crafts.

Hello You

Edition of 40, £60


Long Live Love

Edition of 40, £60


Edition of 40, £40


Our long time member and well-loved artist Johnathan Reiner has just released his newest screen printed works! We’ve got our hands on these beauties and wanted to share these with you!


Johnathan Reiner,  a doctor by profession, a past film editor and an illustrator/doodler by heart. Born in the West Coast of USA, grew up in Jerusalem and has lived in London but, now calls Israel his home!

“Ever since I was a kid my hand would fidget at the sight of a pen. My notebooks would fill up with random scribbles, my hand vandalising my homework leaving me speechless in front of my teachers. These compulsions were often unconscious, the creations frequently bad. Creativity kept me going and never failed to bring meaning to my relationships and my work. For years I explored pen on paper and more recently have been investigating colours, shapes, graphics and illustration through printmaking.”

Totem Atabey
Edition of 35, £395

Cosmic Gathering
Edition of 15, £595

Totem Alma
Edition of 35, £395

The Lunacy of Norma Desmond
Edition of 30, £395

Colonial Beauty – Elephant
Edition of 35, £395

Colonial Beauty – Giraffe
Edition of 35, £395