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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!

Over the last two months Charlie has been busy in the studio creating a series of exciting prints for his Printern ship! Here is Charlie’s forth and newest print ‘Gazoleen’ and we LOVE it! With only two more prints to create we are so excited to see what Charlie creates!

Gazoleen Charlie Gould Charlie Gould // Gazoleen

Edition of 30 // £100

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Charlie Gould is an illustrator and print-maker based in Hampshire.

Charlie’s love of mundane objects, classic Americana, and bad films are a huge source of inspiration for his work. Usually finding itself a mash-up of all the above, with some bright colour thrown in for good measure.

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Check out the other prints from Charlie’s collection below!

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               Charlie Gould // Soul Food                                   Charlie Gould // Macks Mountain Cow Milk

Edition of 50 // £50                                                              Edition of 40 // £60

 

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Here it is our second Print-ern Show! We will be showcasing the amazing talents of our former Print-erns Rozalina Burkova and Francesca Tiley with their exclusive prints which were produced with us during their Printernship here at Print Club London!

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Date: Thursday 14th September 2017

Time: 6 – 9pm

Location: Print Club London Gallery, Unit 3 10-28 Millers Ave, E8 2DS

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After the brilliant success of our last ‘Printernship,’ we’re super excited to share with you our latest, equally as inspiring offering from illustrators Francesca Tiley and Rozalina Burkova!

Towards the end of last year, we selected both girls to take part in our rewarding ‘Printernship’ scheme, allowing them to create a number of prints, whilst developing their own personal styles.

The ‘Printernship’ opportunity allows recent graduates to print and create work in our studio, coupled with free desk space and guidance from fellow printers and technicians. Offering financial support along with our own creative direction and printing expertise, the scheme results in a series of prints from each artist exclusive to Print Club.

The exhibition will feature original works, limited edition screenprints and on one off ceramics by each artist and will also be the debut of their exciting collaboration together, with hand painted murals and exclusive prints available on the opening night.

LAPP have kindly sponsored the entire evening with their amazing Poptails! So make sure you come down and have a Poptail with us!

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Featured artists in the show:

Rozalina-Burkova

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Roadtrip // Edition of 40 // £60

Lounging Lady // Edition of 30 // £100

Rozalina is a freelance illustrator and occasional animator based in Barcelona. 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.

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Francesca-Tiley

Francesca Tiley

Dancing Shoes // Edition of 50 // £60

Tequila Time // Edition of 30 // £90

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.

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We are so excited to be sponsored  by LAPP who will be providing their amazing Poptails for the event!

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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.


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!


Charlie has just finished his 1st limited edition screen print and we love it! His work plays with overlays and colour, making his work a bold piece to have on your wall! Here’s a few WIP shots and the print itself!


Charlie Gould is an illustrator and print-maker based in Hampshire.

Charlie’s love of mundane objects, counter-culture, and bad films are a huge source of inspiration for his work. Usually finding itself a mash-up of all the above, with some bright colour thrown in for good measure.



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Mack’s Mountain Cow Milk by Charlie Gould

Edition of 40, £60

We have had 5 amazing, brilliant, fantastic up and coming artists through the Print Club doors from our Printernship scheme! We recently had a call-out and were looking for two new faces to come and be a part of the team here at Print Club! The talent we see being submitted is brilliant but we could only accept two! Well… we think you’re going to love our newest printerns, introducing…

Charlie Gould is an illustrator and print-maker specialising in poster design. 

Originally hailing from Farnborough, Charlie made his merry way to Southampton where he swung himself a degree in illustration from Solent School of Art, Design and Fashion.

With a love of cult icons, counter-culture, and bad films, Charlie’s work draws upon these influences and finds itself a mash-up of bright colours and B -movie chic.

Charlie has also been a member of People of Print since early 2017


Niall Greaves is a Bristol based 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, Niall works across a variety of sectors from limited edition screen prints and posters to set design and applied arts.’


This time round FESPA UK have kindly sponsored our two Printerns with a £1000 credit for them to purchase all the equipment they need, framing for their show at the end of the Printernship and any travel they need!

In case you don’t know much about FESPA here’s some more info for you;

The UK association of print specialists and manufacturers, FESPA UK Association represents a total market in the UK of £2.1bn. We represent not only producers of printed products used in point-of-sale media, industrial applications, garments and textiles, but also those companies who supply products and services to these imaging specialists.

The Association provides many guidance and training benefits such as running seminars, workshops and conferences, and many other networking opportunities alongside corporate services which include discounted Insurance through First Insurance, Croners guidance (legal), industry communications and market information searches support.


Graeme from FESPA UK recently popped to our studios to check out our set-up here in East London and also meet the Printerns who Fespa UK have kindly given the grant to! Graeme is a very experienced screen print specialist and has pushed boundaries with printing techniques, inks and materials! Charlie and Niall are lucky to have Fespa UK on board for their years of expertise and the pool of knowledge which is at their fingertips!


While Graeme was here he snapped a few shots of our Warehouse, Printerns work and print studio!

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.

Roadtrip

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


Sassy

Edition of 40, £40


 

Printernship

 

Hello and welcome to Print Club London’s A print-ern-ship! We are on the look out for a recent graduate or practicing artist to come and join us at our studio in Dalston for a two month stay where you can refine your printing skills, work in our creative desk space and receive guidance from our top printers! Culminating in an exhibition featuring the work you make with us in our recently reopened gallery space.
How can I apply you ask?? Its easy! We would like to know a little bit about yourself and your work. Get us excited about meeting you and tell us about the work you’d want to make with us. Then we would also like a CV along with a pdf (no bigger than 3mb) with some examples of your printed work as well as links to any websites or blogs too.

What we offer from our A print-ern-ship:

–       Two months print studio access.
–       Two months free desk space in one of our creative studios.
–       A tutor led session each week
–       Portfolio advice
–       An exhibition in our gallery alongside one other printerns
–       The Printernship is sponsored by FESPA UK Association. Each Printern will receive a £1000 grant for materials, travel and  framing.

 

During your time with us you will be required to:

–       Produce a minimum of 6 new pieces exclusively to be sold with us
–       Assist in the studios.
–       Write a weekly roundup of your experience and skills learnt for our blog.
–       Work to a high standard of work and show enthusiasm and commitment.

Requirements:

–       Degree or similar level education in relevant subject
–       Good screen printing experience

 

DEADLINE: FRIDAY 3RD MARCH 2017

Please send all entries to amber@printclublondon.com
Due to high volume of entries we will try our hardest to get back to you all however it may take some time
Good luck!

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has long prided itself in supporting emerging artists and our ‘Printernship’ programme was set up to provide graduates with an opportunity to work in our studios and benefit from fellow creative minds and facilities with our financial support.

Over the last year, three graduates were chosen Rose Electra Harris, Aleesha Nandhra & Alice Kiteley – Each offered free studio space, full use of the print studio, tutoring from our creative directors and the support of our technicians in producing a collection of limited edition screen prints exclusive to Print Club London

Here are the whole collection of the pieces featured in the show, available on our online gallery now!


We held Our first Printern Show since setting up the scheme in 2015 and it was a massive success. Each artist showing a different style and demonstrating their personality. Teamed together they created a perfect show filled with colour, wit & romance! Here’s a few snaps from last night’s Private View!

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Sriracha Time // Edition of £40, £60

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Know Your Condiments // Edition of 40, £60 
Japanese Eats // Edition of 40, £70

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Ramen Bar // Edition of 40, £70

Shop her whole collection here


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Summer with Neil // Edition of 50, £85

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The Starman // Edition of 50, £100

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Botanical Gardens // Edition of 50, £120

Shop her whole collection here


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Moroccan Riad in Blue // Edition of 40, £595

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Pink Stairs // Edition of 50, £120

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Coast In Pink // Edition of 45, £95

Shop her whole collection here


A HUGE thank you to Forest Road Brewing Co. for supplying the evening with beers!


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600 x 100The long-awaited show is finally here! We’ll be showcasing 3 emerging artists with their exclusive prints which were produced with us during their Printernship here at Print Club London

Date: Thursday 24th November 2016
Time: 6pm – 9pm
Location: Print Club London Gallery, 10-28 Millers Ave, E8 2DS

Our Printern scheme is aimed at recent grads to come and use our facilities for two months to create exclusive artwork for Print Club London.
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Featured artists in the show;

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In her work, Rose Electra Harris tries to explore and develop the dialogue that exists in space – especially domestic space – between the objects and furnishings that occupy it. She uses drawing to negotiate the physical spaces of the home – from the domestic and familiar to uncanny, un-occupied – and the various objects contained within them.


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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.

 

 

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Alice is an Illustrator, history lover and mess maker from the West Midlands (but currently based in London.) With a love of nostalgia and all things vintage, Alice looks to the past for inspiration in her prints. Using a mixed media approach to create texture and imagery. Alice embraces the hand rendered quality of screen printing and enjoys the unpredictable aspects of the process.

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Forest Road Brew Co. are kindly supplying the beer for the evening! Come down for a cold one and a look around our gallery at all the great work on show!

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If you’d like to come along, don’t forget click attending on Our Facebook page; bit.ly/2fNnOof

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Our Printernship scheme has been going on for some time now and we have had some amazing artists and really cool work produced! We had such a high standard of work this time around that we couldn’t just pick one.. We decided to get in two VERY talented recent grads to be a part of Print Club for two months!

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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.ROZALINA BURKOVA WORK

As Print Club’s newest addition, what are you most looking forward to?

I am so looking forward to improve my screen printing skills and to get a better understanding of the craft. Also I usually work with colours only digitally so mixing inks and finding the right combinations is something I am both scared from and excited about!

If you could sum up your work in a few words, how would you describe it?

Vivid colours, textures, imperfect (often naked) bodies and fun utopia.

What kind of things do you have in mind to create over your two month Printernship?

At the moment I am thinking of focusing on imaginary landscapes where people and creatures are having a chilled time, but two months is a long time so nothing is certain.


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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. FRANCESCA TILEY

As Print Club’s newest addition, what are you most looking forward to?

For the coming months I’m mostly excited to refine the basic screen printing knowledge I have and to start making new work.

If you could sum up your work in a few words, how would you describe it?

Bright colours, fun lettering and expressive characters…usually accompanied by decorative patterns.  

What kind of things do you have in mind to create over your two month Printernship?

Big and bright images with lots of lettering…


Keep your eyes peeled for new work in the next few weeks!

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Print Club London are really excited to announce our first artist spotlight, we caught up with Rose in the beautiful Harris home in Chelsea. Rose has had a wonderful creative journey from discovering etching at University to joining us at Print Club as an intern and now getting to see her work enjoyed even on the other side of the world.
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Rose knew art was her destined subject feeling comfortable with the departments’ informality. She had only ever done paintings, until completing her degree where she had to trial different process as part of the course. She wanted to learn a craft to give her focus and direction, a re-surging trend amongst artists.

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Pink Stairs // Edition of 50, £120

 ‘It suddenly all clicked, this is what I am interesting in, its what I love, I was surrounded with it and it suddenly made sense’.

From interiors magazines and a talented family Rose finds inspiration in the world around her. By giving her unique perspective she creates a distinct style that is easily admired and accessible.

Etchings slowly took a back seat to silk screen-printing as Rose started her Printernship. By giving her space to work she developed direction alongside a whole new process to experiment in. Rose has always been relaxed about precision, admitting her registration is never on point and we love that about her work, giving it a handmade look with each print usually being an edition 1 of 1.

The ‘Vase in my Bedroom’ series is her latest works with several colour-ways available exclusively from Print Club’s online shop. She is currently working on translating etching designs to silk screen prints.

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Vase In My Bedroom // Editions of 10, £265

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All photos and content was created by: Gabrielle Taylor

Our talented Printern, Aleesha Nandhra has been busy in the studio over the last couple of months and we are excited to launch her new and exclusive, limited edition screen prints, Ramen Bar and Japanese Eats. The first of many!!
It’s not hard to guess the influence of Aleesha’s work, her love for travel and food is evident throughout her inspirations, sketch book doodling’s and finished prints.
And I’m sure you agree, they make us very hungry!!
Ramen Bar Screen Print
Edition of 40 // £70
Japanese Eats Screen Prints
Edition of 40 // £60
So what else has Aleesha been up to outside of Print Club?!
“Over the past month I’ve been learning my way around the process of screen printing again, and have finally completed my first prints!
In the background of trying out prints and making mistakes (!) I’ve been working on a few other projects.
I’m excited to say that I will have a comic featured in the next issue of OFFLIFE which is out on 6th May.
I’ve also been working on a series of new zines and prints for two fairs in May; The first being The London Radical Book Fair (7th May) and DIY Cultures (29th May).”

 

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Our *BRAND NEW* Printern, Aleesha Nandhra!
Japan-Travel-Stickers_670We are super excited to announce that we have finally selected a new Printern! We had many applicants and it was a VERY hard decision to make and could only pick one! Aleesha has now joined our team for 2 months where she will be creating exclusive work for Print Club London and we can’t wait!
Her illustrations take insipiration from her travels and her sketchbooks are always on her to doodle when inspiration springs! Her fun and detailed illustrations will translate well as screen prints and we can’t wait to see them unfold.
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Here’s what Aleesha has been up to in her first week here at Print Club!
“I graduated from my Illustration BA at The Cambridge School of Art (Anglia Ruskin University) in 2014, and since have done some teaching, and worked as an in-house Illustrator.
While looking for my next creative experience, and working on my first foray into the world of freelancing, I came across the advertisement for the Print-ern-ship, and decided to submit some of my work. A few weeks of waiting and a meeting later, I found out that I had been successful.
I have screen printed previously, but it’s been a couple of years since I have even set foot in a print room, so this is going to be a very educational and fun experience.
I moved into my desk space in Millers Junction, and got stuck in!
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I was introduced to the Print Studio by Rose Electra Harris, who has just completed her very own Printernship and now works as a studio technician (she makes lovely artwork too!). I learnt about the day-to-day running of the studio, as well as having a go at printing something. The result being a small two colour image of a soy sauce fish bottle.”
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My time as Print Club London’s ‘Printern’ has come to an end (sob) – BUT you will be glad to know I have only good things to say about my opportunity here and I literally have no clue where I would be now if I hadn’t been offered and taken part in this incredible experience.
The possibilities at Print Club are endless and it has been and still is a fantastic team and family to be a part of.

 

Leaving Art School is an odd experience simply because I felt I had to make a choice whether or not I wanted and felt I could commit to dedicating my hours daily to making work and putting myself out there at a time when people have little interest in you and your ideas. So applying for this position at Print Club and getting it was the best way I can imagine of easing into the terrifying transition between art school and the real world.

I now work in the studio as a technician from 10 until 5pm every Tuesday and this is something I really love. I am fully responsible for the studios and members during this time and i’m learning something new every week. Print Club has its long term members, which again emphasises the warmth of the people that surround it. I have certain members that always are in on Tuesdays and I enjoy so much having a cuppa and a chat and seeing how their work progresses too.

 

Hopefully I will be here for a while and I feel very lucky to have been here at all. I have four prints available from the Print Club London gallery and my collection of limited edition screen prints will continue to grow. Keep your eyes on my artist profile or sign up to the Print Club London’s newsletter for all the latest news and print releases.
To my own work now: I love pattern and colour, organic shapes and nature. I focus on the space of a room, its interior and the crossover between everyday and slightly more ambiguous and dysfunctional spaces. My work is a journey going from nowhere to everywhere, an oasis of colour and form. And where would I be without Matisse?
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My purpose is to render my emotion. This state of soul is created by the objects which surround me and which react in me; from the horizon to myself, myself included.
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I grew up with an incredibly cool and eclectic antique dealer for a father, so I’ve never been more that a few feet from a 17th Century sideboard or an art deco lamp. So furniture is very important to me, too – especially considering how little attention it is often paid (not least with the sea of flat- packs in which we live. Ikea, I’m looking at you). I want to return to the organic beauty of these objects/ furniture using print!
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Screen printing Is a brilliant medium for these ideas: using layer upon layer of colour. The result, however, can sometimes be rather flat, which is something I am not used to, having trained as an etcher. I’ll admit that I am finding this process a little more challenging – the technique appears deceptively simple, yet its hard to grasp. But by bit, I am trying and learning.
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I have been hand finishing my prints recently, just to add another dimension of marks and the illusion of depth, different textures. At the moment, I’m also experimenting with hand-drawing my positives to expose to the screen (here, the hole in my Photoshop knowledge becomes abundantly clear). Then, having printed my first layer, I overlay tracing paper, draw directly onto the new later using a combination of Indian Ink, posca pens, china graph crayons and wax pastels. Using a variety of materials, I achieve a variety of marks, which is what I want! That’s why Hockney’s prints are so genius.
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This is such an exciting time and I am so fortunate to have this opportunity to meet interesting and creative people, and to challenge myself in a new environment. I will update you with my new work and progress in a week…
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As I sit down to write this, I am worried about two things: firstly, I have never written a blog before. And secondly I am worried I won’t be able to express quite how amazing my experience at Print Club has been so far. Bear with me, readers.
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I applied for this position having just graduated from a degree in printmaking at Brighton, though I never dreamed that a place so well established would choose me for their ‘Print-ern-ship’. The link promoting it was passed around my course mates, which made the application even more nerve-wracking- now, for the very first time, my cohort had become my competition.
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The portfolio I sent the Print Club consisted exclusively of etchings (my specialty for the past three years), so, I was not expecting to hear back. The fact I did was a serious confidence booster, as I left university without a clue as to how I might get my career going.
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Screen printing wasn’t something I was particularly used to when I arrived here, so, although I don’t think of myself as a timid person, I began my internship feeling incredibly shy. What a difference three weeks makes! I still marvel at how everyone is so willing to help, to suggest ideas, and just to check how you’re doing throughout the day- from the founders, Kate, Fred and Rose, to the short term members. This sense of togetherness and support completely astounded me. Like so many people, I’m not good at asking for help, which generally means I have to screw things up quite majorly before finally working out what’s right.
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The ‘Print-ern-ship’ offers full access to the studio, a desk space surrounded by other creative graphic designers, textile designers and fine artists AND an exhibition at the end of the placement in their own gallery. One day a week I also assist as technician in the studio- either trying to help other members or printing for the club or other corporate projects. It’s not only a fantastic way to learn and perfect techniques but it’s also afforded me a tremendous sense of belonging and offered me the chance to meet so many different people. All I can think about is how I never want this experience to end. As my time here goes on, I will continue to update you on what i’m up to, my work, whats going on at Print Club and exhibitions I’ve visited- keep an eye out !