Did you check out the latest issue of You magazine? Well you should of because it featured one of our artists Jonathan Lawes’ piece of art! You can take a peek below…

Unfortunately the print featured is now out of stock but don’t fear you can still get your hands on some of Jonathan’s work!

Yellow + Pink 

Edition of 12, £100

If you picked up the latest issue of Stylist you have seen that our Beginners Workshops have been featured in their outgoing section!

Stylist Print Club London Workshops Press

Our workshop run every Thursday and alternating Saturdays and Sundays throughout the month!

If you have little or no previous screen printing experience Print Club runs a short workshop to get you started! During the workshop you will learn how to screenprint your own 1 layer/1 colour design and go through the whole process from digital image to pulling the squeegee. The technicians will talk you through the history of screenprinting and show you a variety of techniques with examples up in our studio. You will be shown how to artwork in Photoshop and get your design ready to put on your screen. You will have a go at coating a screen with photo emulsion, expose the design using Big Bertha our professional exposure unit, learn about different inks, squeegees and print a small run using a vacuum table.

You can book your spot here!


Did you spot us in the latest issue of Shortlist?

Shortlist were providing their readers with low maintenance ways of introducing a little bit of fauna to their homes! Not just one but TWO of our limited edition screen prints were featured! You can bag one for yourself at the links below…

Shortlist Print Club London Press

Clare Halifax Salmon and Swiss Cheese Print Club London Screen Print

Salmon and Swiss Cheese

Edition of 100, £70


Liz Whiteman Smith

Left. Cactus Love 2. Lithops and Friends 

Editions of 50, £60 each  

Pressing Matters

A HUGE thank you to Pressing Matters for featuring our book ‘Screen Printing The Ultimate Studio Guide: From Sketchbook To Squeegee’ in their brand new issue! Issue 03  of their magazine is full to the brim with contributions from around the world printmakers such as Anthony Burrill, David Shrigley etc…

Pressing Matters

To get your hands on a copy of Pressing Matters Issue 03 click here. 

Our book gives you an inside peek at the inner workings of our studio and the artists that work in there! You’ll be able to follow the steps from established and well-known artists such as; Ben Eine, Rob Ryan, Steve Wilson and many more to create your own screen-printed work. Not only in this book will we show you how to print but we will also give you a guide how to sell yourself as an artist and put on a show.

Sketchbook to squeegee Print Club London Book Screen Print


Click here to shop our book!


The Times have got you covered this Christmas with their Art Gift Guide! The article features our talented artists Rose Electra Harris and Gavin Dobson limited edition screen prints. So why not make someone’s Christmas this year with a Limited Edition Print?


All the prints are available to purchase from our online gallery:  

Pink Stairs In Summer by Rose Harris

Edition of 30, £195

Lobster by Gavin Dobson

Edition of 50, £50




 We invited down journalist Boudicca Fox-Leonard down to our studio for a morning of inky fun! We taught Boudicca how to produce her very own two layer screen print with our amazing tutor Simon Fitzmaurice. You can read all about Boudicca’s time at Print Club in last weeks The Sunday Telegraph, we LOVE what she printed in the studio!

If you didn’t manage to get a copy of this Sunday Telegraph then you can read the article by clicking here.

As Boudicca mentions in the article…

We are super excited to share with you our very first book ‘Screen Printing an Ultimate Guide: From Sketchbook to Squeegee’!! Our book is the missing manual on Screen Printing. From step-by-step guides with leading artists including Ben Eine and Rob Ryan, information on materials and techniques, along with tips, insights and troubleshooting, to ensure today’s creatively minded screen printers are able to produce their very own eye-catching screen prints.

Our book will be launching on the 27th October at our upcoming and our long awaited Blisters: The Paperback Edition! If you would like to make it down to the opening and get your hands on our book then RSVP by clicking here.

Its going to be a real page-turner!


Make sure you grab a copy of this months ELLE Decoration, there are some amazing interiors inspiration for this Autumn and Winter. Including this compilation featuring our artist Neasden Control Centre! The print featured is ‘Expo #1’ which is exclusive to purchase from our online gallery, check our his entire collection by clicking here. ELLE Decoration Print Club London

Stephen Smith’s work spans illustration, installation, motion and publishing. He has lectured, taught workshops, researched and exhibited in the UK, the Netherlands, South Korea, Russia and West Coast USA.

Neasden Control Centre Expo 1 Print Club London

Expo #1

Edition of 50 // £80

“Expo is a new series of screen prints that i have been working on for Print Club in 4 and 5 colours. They are essentially the result of a long process of reducing form through drawing. Often reworking the same drawing multiple times, in so doing creating new compositions. They have been released as pair as much of this new work has been made to work sequentially so that one motif links to another. The starting point has been exploring the colour and energy of mid century era world fairs.”



The guys at Squaremeal have kindly featured our Beginners Workshops in their  Weddings Magazine for Planners and Brides To Be! We’ve been featured alongside doughnut making classes and Make Your Own Gin Classes.

Squaremeal Wedding Workshop

Check out their magazine here!

If you have little or no previous screen printing experience then our Beginners Workshop is ideal place for you to learn!

In the workshop you will learn how to screenprint your own one layer/one colour design and go through the whole process from digital image to pulling the squeegee. Our technicians will talk you through the history of screenprinting, you will be taught how to artwork in Photoshop and get your design ready to put onto your screen. You will have a go at coating a screen with photo emulsion, expose your design  and then learn about different inks, squeegees and print a small print run!

To see our Beginners Workshop avaliabilty click here!


Now Play This

Somerset House are hosting a month long celebration of games and play. The new exhibition is examining how games and the possibilities of play are evolving.

There will be a variety of different events and installations exploring new themes within this industry, showcasing the latest in game design and technology.

Alongside the exhibition is a shop featuring some of our amazing prints!

Somerset House Print Club London

Play Run Fun Look by Dave Buonaguidi

Open Edition, £150

Somerset House Print Club London

Kid Spirit IV – Swing by Jonathan Reiner

Edition of 40, £195

Somerset House Print Club London

Shop HAM’s collection here.

Make sure you head down and check it out, its running from the 7th April – 7th May.

Checkout the latest Shortlist to see Dave Buonaguidi’s – Lets Go Get Lost NYC feature.

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.

We all love Dave’s maps and where else is better than New York City, these will go quickly so snap it up quick!

You can shop all of Dave’s work here.

Christmas Gift Guide


We’ve been lucky enough to be featured in The Times with a couple of our amazing artists!



Kate Gibb has worked as a printmaker & illustrator for over fifteen years.  A silkscreen obsessive, her early studies in textiles fuelled her love for colour & pattern which still provides the basis for the majority of her work.
The kind of printing she is inspired by is drawn from her continual exploration of the silkscreen process & the random hiccups and happy accidents that happen within this.
Commercially she is renowned for her Music related sleeve artworks, most notably for her long standing relationship with ‘The Chemical Brothers’.

Kate Gibb Spring Breaker Print Club London

Spring Breaker // Edition of 50, £175

You can shop all of Kate’s work here

dave-1Dave 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.
You Have Time // Edition of 100, £220
You can shop all of Dave’s work here

Christmas Gift Guide


On of our prints has been featured in the December issue of Shortlist Magazine! We have to say what a great choice for a gift this year!



Aleesha is a 23 year old Illustrator and Printmaker from London, whose works manage to carefully tread the line between being whimsical and being highly emotionally evocative. A graduate of the Cambridge School of Art, Aleesha’s work manages to capture the spirit of several cultural phenomena, be they from home or abroad, and also manages to spark fun and life into objects that are otherwise considered mundane. She has been printing with Print Club since March 2016, following a period of Illustrating for Noodoll. She continues to create works for companies on a freelance basis, and her work has also been featured in recent editions of OFFLIFE and Little White Lies magazines.


Purchase this print along with Aleesha’s whole collection here!



Christmas Gift Guide

The Linen Draper’s christmas gift guide is out and it features our super talented artists Andy McGregor, Lucille Clerc and Tirso Sanchez prints that would be a perfect addition to someones home this christmas.

All prints are available to buy on our online gallery now.
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Have a look at The Linen Draper’s Autumn/Winter issue here.

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)




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!!



In light of this year’s 2016 Summer Screen Prints Exhibition at Somerset House, we thought to share some of this year’s press coverage with you.

A huge thanks to everyone who has covered this year’s exhibition, keep them coming…

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We love our customers tagging Print Club London in their social media posts with their purchases or when we spot a repeat customer ordering. We get such a thrill to see how different people curate our artwork in their home or workplace. We love to be nosy and check out how everyone creates their own unique style!
We noticed recently that Dale Hairdressing had been ordering a lot of screen prints and were excited to hear that he has them hung all around his salon.
He has sent us a few pics of his space and we have to say, he has great taste!
If you are inspired by Dale’s style then shop our favourite affordable screen prints below or from our online shop.
Tag us in your recent Print Club purchases on Instagram or Twitter @printclublondon #printclubwalls
Thanks for showing us around your salon Dale!
Caroline Tomlinson // Kate the Great // £65
Cassandra Yap // Femmes Et Fleurs // £150



We were super proud this week to be named by Cherie Lee Interiors as one of their top 5 ‘Go to’ online galleries and we couldn’t be more pleased!
We love bringing affordable art into people’s homes so it is always great to be recognised for this by others as well.
“Finding those finishing touches for your home can be difficult and time consuming. Print club London is a unique concept giving a platform for freelance artists and designers to sell and showcase their work. More than that, they are a studio for freelancers to work in and access the equipment required to produce their creations too. As a result, there is a huge range of prints from well known brands like HAM, to more urban, upcoming artists.”
“We used the Donk “B Brave” print in a teenage girls bedroom recently and it looked fantastic whilst giving an inspirational message.  We are also fans of the humorous takes on traditional British foods from Claudia Borfiga. Quirky and affordable kitchen art can be tricky to come by and these fit the bill perfectly!”
Donk will be releasing a new Be Brave print soon so keep your eyes peeled on our Instagram and Twitter accounts!
Discover the perfect print for your home by browsing our range of over 1,000 limited edition screen prints in our online gallery here.
Thanks so much to Cherie Lee Interiors for the recognition; we also love the styling they used for the Claudia Borfiga print!

Looking for affordable art that’s cool and contemporary? Look no further. Print Club London is a screenprinting studio and gallery based in Dalston, with a pretty super e-shop too. And I want them all!

Established in 2007, Print Club London is run by managing director Fred Higginson (Sculptor/ Illustrator M.O.L.) and director Kate Higginson. The duo work closely with iconic illustrator and creative director Rose Stallard, who brings the Print Club brand to life with her inimitable 1970s fanzine-style-artwork and edgy typography.

The website ticks all of our online shopping boxes and is so easy to navigate, even your nan could do it. There’s loads of inspiration, it’s easy to buy, delivery is quick, there’s free Click & Collect options etc etc…and if you’re looking for an equally good online framing shop to finish off your pretty picture then go to E-frame for loads of easy (and affordable) mounting and framing options.

Your space will be looking ace in two flicks of an artists brush!! 

Check out Love London’s faves here!