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Last Friday, we visited the Tate Modern to see an exhibition we’re very excited about – The Ey Exhibition, The Making of Rodin.

The EY Exhibition : The Making of Rodin

Tate Modern

Until 21st November



The exhibition focuses on Rodin’s works in plaster and explores his approach to making. Inspired by a major show in 1900, the exhibition shows sculptures from throughout Rodin’s career.


We loved how they have created the sense that you are walking through  the artists studio. Throughout the main room there are several examples of the artists preliminary studies alongside enlarged final works.


We also loved discovering Rodin’s watercolours of swimming figures, a side of his work that we had now seen before, but in which he explored the fluidity of the human form as a study for his sculptures.

The shows has a strong emphasis on process and materiality which we love to see. It felt as though we had been given a sneak peak behind the scenes of the recognisable Rodin sculptures we have seen before.

Thanks for having us Tate Modern! If you like what you saw and would like to visit the exhibition in full you can book a ticket here.

Back in the gallery we’ve got lots of prints that celebrate the amazing architecture of the Tate Modern.

Tate Modern Boiler House Underway Studios Print Club London Screen Print

Tate Modern Boiler House Room by Underway Studio



Tirso-Sanchez -Tate- Modern

Southbank Power Station by Tirso Sanchez



Tate Modern by Lucille Clerc


Another scorching summer day in London and we took a trip to our neighbours at the Whitechapel Gallery to see Angel of Anarchy, an exhibition of works by Eileen Agar.


Eileen Agar

‘Angel of Anarchy’

Whitechapel Gallery

19th May – 29th August 2021


Eileen Agar was one of the most adventurous and prolific artists of her generation. Across he 70 year career her practice explored collage, painting, sculpture and photography.

Born into a wealthy family, Agar sought her artistic practice against her strict parents wishes. After being sent to England with the intention to study at academic schools she instead pursued her aspirations and enrolled at Slade School of Art in 1921. The exhibition details the variety of Eileen Agar’s practices from still life studies to sculptural figures.


Agar was fascinated with the natural world and used travel as a constant inspiration for her works. We loved the photography series of rock formations in France which was later reinterpreted as a collection of paintings.

The collages within the exhibition have been framed thoughtfully allowing you as a viewer to get up close and personal with the textural pieces. We also loved the behind the scenes displays of Agars sketchbooks and experiments.

The in depth exhibition spans over two floors of the gallery so make sure you follow the signs to view the whole collection. It’s a beautifully curated show and you also have the opportunity to view several other permanent collections at the gallery whilst you are there. Tickets for Angel of Anrachy cost £9.50 and can be booked here.


Back at Print Club HQ we take a look at some of our favourite collage works inspired by the exhibition…

The Arrival by Maxine Gregson



Morning Angel! by Ruby Kean



Flaming Hearts Lucille Moore Print Club London Screen Print


Flaming Hearts by Lucille Moore





Last week we visited the Royal Academy of Arts to take a tour of ‘The Loneliness of the Soul’. It had been two years since we saw Tracey Emin’s paintings in real life and we couldn’t wait to see them again!

Tracey Emin & Edvard Munch

‘The Loneliness of the Soul’

Royal Academy of Arts

18th May – 1st August

The Loneliness of the Soul is an exhibition of works by both Tracey Emin and Edvard Munch, it showcases the artists work side by side for the first time. Although born 100 years apart Emin recognises Munch as a ‘friend in art’.

The selection of Edvard Munch’ss work focuses on paintings and watercolours depicting the figure, particularly the female nude. Emin has always been drawn to the raw emotional content of Munch’s paintings. For this exhibition she looked through and archive of 800 paintings and 2000 watercolours before deciding on a selection of works that highlight vulnerability and loneliness.

We love how throughout the exhibition you can notice the similarities between their mark making and energy through painting.

Another great showcase of works by one of our favourite artists! Tickets for this show cost £17 and can be booked in advance here.


Back in the gallery we take a look at some of our favourite pieces celebrating the human figure…


Folded by Jessica Rose Bird




He Overthought by Gavin Dobson



Undress by Carolina Tomlinson



We loved discovering the work of Igshaan Adams in their exhibition ‘Kicking Dust’ at Hayward Gallery.

Igshaan Adams

Hayward Gallery

19th May – 25th July 2021

Combining weaving, sculpture and installation Igshaan Adams work explores themes of race, religion and sexuality. For their new exhibition of works the pieces centre around the idea of footprints we leave behind when we move through spaces.

The exhibition title ‘ Kicking Dust’ stems from a dance from the Northern Cape which Adams viewed when he was younger. The dance is thought to be one of the oldest dances from the region and dancers can be seen kicking dust up into clouds.

The gallery is hung with large scale woven tapestries along the walls, sculpted cloud forms suspended from the ceiling and a hand woven floor covering. Exploring the theme of movement, pathways have been created through the installation with the placement of these floor weavings. The artist refers to these as ‘desire lines’; mapped from improvised footpaths on the borders of town and cities were residents forge their own paths instead of following set routes. We really loved how this installation allows the viewer to choose their own direction and order of viewing the works.

Many of the pieces in the exhibition are woven artworks, taking different forms and shapes. Igshaan Adams collaborated with a group of refugee women to produce the works. With the dramatic shift during the pandemic, many of these women could no longer rely on selling their crafts at local flea markets so Adams worked with them to develop their skills and enhance products they have already produced.

The large scale weavings feature religious designs, islamic motifs and geometric patterns. With this the artist refers to ‘the islamic belief that geometry can purify the mind and soul’. By combining different coloured yarns, beads and textures the idea of creating pathways through spaces is further emphasised with the intricate detail in the woven fabric.

With the shadows cast from low hanging cloud sculptures and the textured floor weavings, the installation is fully immersive and takes the viewer directly into the craftsmanship of the artist. Kicking Dust runs at the Hayward Gallery until the 25th of July and you can book tickets here. Tickets cost £18 and also include access to the film screening of work by Matthew Barney.


We loved the craftsmanship of Igshaan’s installation  and how he explores humans movement within spaces. Inspired by this exhibition we have chosen some of our favourite prints in the gallery that portray landscapes through the craft of print making .



Landscape 20 by Paul Wardski. £70




Broken Beach by Katie Johnson. £75


Blue Palms Caroline Tomlinson Print Club London

Blue Palms by Caroline Tomlinson. £55



With all galleries reopening we are so pleased we managed to see an exhibition of new works by one of our favourite artists, Rachel Whiteread.

Rachel Whiteread


April 12th – June 6th 2021


The show, ‘Internal Objects’ spans the whole of the Gagosian gallery and showcases installation works as well as resin sculptures and abstract mark making works on paper. As with many of the artists previous exhibition there is a strong sense of minimalism and emphasis on minute details of each material, be it in the way the light reflects off of the curved resin sculptures or the embossed layers of cardboard.

The showstoppers of this exhibition are two full scale cabin-like structures. In contrast to previous sculptures of this kind the artists has not cast this series but instead constructed the sheds herself from found materials and covered them in white paint. The buildings are open so you can view them internally and externally. There are also objects and branches causing destruction to the pieces, showing the artists link with the natural world.

Much of Whitereads work focuses on the use of negative space to create hidden narratives and stories. Whilst none of the work in the exhibition was captioned or titled it allows the viewer to make their own interpretations of the connections between the sculptures.

Internal Objects is on show at the Gagosian until the 6th of June so don’t miss out! You can book to schedule your appointment here.

We love how Rachel Whiteread fills the space with minimal and monochrome works. We’ve chosen some of our favourite pieces from our gallery that focus on the simplicity of materials.


Movement 10 by Ricky Byrne. £210


Plains 2 by Seraphina Neville. £150


Cut-Outs Petrol by Jonathan Lawes. £125


Forms / Shape 7 by Angus Vasili. £160


This weeks gallery excursion took us to Fitzrovia and the Tristan Hoare Gallery to see the work of painter and ceramicist Peter Schlesinger.

Peter Schlesinger

Tristan Hoare Gallery

Tuesday 4th May –  Wednesday 2nd July 2021

Housed within one viewing room at the intimate gallery, the exhibition showcases 9 ceramic works by Peter Schlesinger. The group of earthenware sculptures on show were created by the artists during 1992 – 2002.

Plaid, 1997 by Peter Schlesinger.

Originally studying as a painter at Slade school of art Peter Schlesinger transitioned to working with clay in the later 1980’s. His sculptural forms and experimental glazes echo the artists painterly visual language and you can see the influence of his early career on the abstract forms he creates in clay.

Examples of textures and glazes by Peter Schlesinger.

The exhibition shows a combination of traditional ceramic forms as well as more experimental and abstract vessel shapes. Due to the scale of the viewing room the pieces appear statuesque upon their plinths. This close proximity with the works also allows the viewer to see the craftsmanship and hands on process of manipulating the clay.

Flat Urn, Chinese Read and Lemons by Peter Schlesinger.

Further to the physical exhibition, Tristan Hoare have also published an online viewing platform with further works by the artists as well as behind the scenes of his New York ceramic studio. We loved finding the work of Peter Schlesinger and definitely have our eyes on a piece for the Print Club House!


Plaid Pitcher by Peter Schlesinger.

The show runs at Tristan Hoare gallery and you can book your appointment here.

Peter Schlesinger’s works are large scale, textured and organic, the perfect piece for any interior.

We’ve chosen some of own gallery artworks that would sit perfectly with his ceramic pieces.

Lemons by Peter Schlesigner. Yellow Nude by Alexandria Coe. £550


Three Quarters Mauve by Gavin Dobson, £295. Blue Veil by Peter Schlesinger.

White Bubbly by Peter Schlesigner. Blue Moon by BabyCrow £60.

We braved a grey London day and took a trip to the Barbican to see the highly anticipated Jean Dubuffet show, Brutal Beauty. The first survey of his works in over 50 years the exhibition showcases four decades of the artists practice.

Jean Dubuffet. Brutal Beauty


Monday 17th May – Sunday 22nd August 2021

From painterly collages to large scale theatre works we’ve chosen some of our favourites pieces from the exhibition. We love these early lithograph prints created using oil, wax and water as well as the artists portrait commissions from the 1950’s.


The exhibition shows the artists experimental and varied use of materials throughout his career including landscapes crafted from found butterfly wings and sculpted forms of rusted car parts.

Jean Dubuffet, butterfly wings.

Alongside his own works, pieces are displayed from the artists Art Brut collection. Known for championing artists working outside of the typically artists culture of the time, Jean Dubuffet was heavily influenced by these artists and they profoundly impacted his approach to making art. Some of our favourites pieces from this exhibition were found in the rooms of his personal collections.

Art Brut collection.

The show is an extensive portrayal of an artists that was constantly creating and questioning the way we perceive art. There’s so much to explore in this exhibition that we highly recommend you take a look for yourself!

Booking is recommended and tickets cost £18.

One of our favourite parts of any exhibition at the Barbican Centre is exploring the grounds with a coffee after the show. Our gallery artists seem to love the Barbican just as much as we do….

Shop Barbican inspired artworks here!

Barbican Estate A2 by Underway Studios



Bijou Barbican by Clare Halifax


Barbican Conservatory Melissa North Print Club London Screen Print

Barbican Conservatory by Melissa North



Barbican Conservatory Puzzle by Print Club London


Josie, founder of Help Refugees. Katharine Hamnett. Kate Higginson, founder of Print Club London. Choose Love exhibition 2018

Print Club London x Help Refugees

Over the past four years Print Club London have been collaborating with emerging and established artists on the Choose Love collection. Through the sales of the exclusive prints and fundraising exhibitions we raise money in support of the charity Help Refugees. The project launched with an exhibition at Somerset House on World Refugee Day in 2018 and the collection has grown since, travelling to Pikes Ibiza, a second show at Somerset House and producing sell out prints for Help Refugees Choose Love pop up store.

Choose Love Help Refugees Print Club London Screen Print

Pikes Ibiza x Silken Favors Choose Love – £30

From print making to collage and photography each artwork in the collection is completely unique in its design and available to buy from our gallery with all proceeds going directly to support the charity. Artists to date who have worked on the project include Stanely Donwood, Quentin Jones, Morag Mysercough, Noel Fielding and Anish Kapoor. The exclusive artworks are on sale via our website and we hope you will join us and Choose Love!

Shop the collection here. 

Watch the video below to find out more about our project.

Video by Adrian-Florin Ardelean

Print Club Choose Love

Alex May Hughes

Alex May Hughes. Choose Love exhibition 2019

Since the launch Print Club London have raised over £150,000 for the charity Help Refugees to date.* This couldn’t have been possible without the generosity of our artists using their talent to produce pieces of art for our gallery and our customers who invested in the beautiful art and the cause! Here’s where your money has gone and how much of a positive impact it has had!

*Amount raised as of Oct 2020

£5,000 has gone towards diapers for Lesvos.

 There are 8000 refugees currently living in Moria camp – which was designed for 1500 people. Help Refugees fund many of the services and support available to people living in there and the diaper programme is a big one as there are almost a thousand babies in the camp.

 £8,000 has gone towards Refugees4Refugees on Samos

Refugee4Refugees have done incredible work and equipped thousands of people with non-food items over the past months in their distribution centre. Meanwhile all women and children have access to non food items, which consist mainly of clothes, hygiene-items and sleeping bags. In March and April, our partner organised NFI distributions for all male residents of the camp using a ticketing system. Furthermore prams were distributed for babies in their free shop and provided to different projects around the island. New arrivals get 2 sets of everything including a hygiene package, shoes and a jacket. The organisation is still only sustainable actor on the island that provides NFIs in large quantities.

People reached: 4,000

£8,000 has gone towards Medical care on Samos.

Due to overcrowding on the island, the hospital and the doctor in the camp are overwhelmed. Therefore Help Refugees’ partner Med’equaliteam offer additional medical care. Their clinic is visited daily by 70 – 100 patients and is open 6 days a week. The clinic collaborates with and makes referrals to the hospital. Furthermore, they run medical workshops in the community centres on a weekly basis.

People reached: 600


Dave Buonaguidi Choose Love

Dave Buonaguidi. Choose Love Exhibition 2019.

£12,000 has gone towards supporting community and educational needs. We have supported centres including the Orange House offer language classes and vocational courses for displaced people, as well as psychosocial and legal services.

£11,500 has gone towards dry foods and nutritional provisions. Our money supports partners such as InterEuropean Human Aid Association which provides meals for communities in Northern Greece. We’ve also funded food baskets to Pikpa, and independent community living in Lesvos so they can cook communal meals with their kitchens.

Additional food is provided at the following projects:

We are One‘s safe space for women and babies: The team offers fruit, eggs, fresh salads and drinks for all the participants. Babies under 2 years receive bananas and other snacks. Pregnant women get some extra food, such as nuts. Each Monday, on the ‘pregnant women only’ day, a warm, nutritious meal and a fresh salad is served that is explicitly aimed at the needs of pregnant women.

Mazi Youth Centre run by Still I Rise: Breakfast and lunch is given daily as well as dinner once a week for all the students (unaccompanied children). 

Baobab Community Centre for Families: Light meals are cooked on site and available in the centre. In the last weeks they were preparing up to 250 – 300 meals a day. There is hot tea and water to drink.

Action for Education‘s Banana House: One hot and fresh meal is provided for each of the participants daily. Every month they serve around 2500 meals.

Thanks to your support, together with our partners we are currently looking into options to start providing supplementary food for babies from 6 months – 24 months. 

People reached: 1,000

£3000 has gone towards the monthly running costs of Say it Loud Club in London, a team of staff and volunteers that support LGBTQIA+ refugees and asylum seekers. The Say It Loud community provides a valuable support system for LGBTQIA+ refugees as they gain the right to live freely in the UK.

£10,000 has gone towards a grant to SOS MEDITERRANEE so they can resume live saving search and rescue missions in the central Mediterranean Sea. Since March 2016 their team has rescued 31,618 children, women and men.

We want to thank everyone that has supported this project so far. If you would like any more information about how your money has been spent do get in touch with [email protected]

Choose Love Exhibition. Somerset House 2018

Choose Love Somerset House

Choose Love Exhibition. 2019

A massive thank you to all our supporters, artists and of course Katharine Hamnett and the Help Refugees team.

Shop the collection here. 

Picasso on Paper

Picasso, Paper and Printmaking, what more could we ask for!

It only been a few years since Tate held third Picasso retrospective, but this show focuses on Picasso’s lifelong engagement with paper and the diverse use of this material.

Picasso on Paper

Royal Academy

25th of January – 13th April

Picasso on Paper


“To this day I remember him lost in a mountain of paper”

Picasso on Paper


Spanning the artists career from the early blue period right up to his last studio days the exhibition showcases the many creative processes of one of the most inventive artists of our time. You can clearly see throughout the exhibition how the initial studies on paper influenced the materials used in later works.

Picasso on Paper

Picasso on Paper


Picasso on Paper is shown at the Royal Academy until 13th April. We thought it was an incredible show  with such a variety of works that there is something for every Picasso fan.

‘Print Club on Paper’

Shop Picasso inspired portraits from our own gallery.Lucille Moore Print Club London

1800 by Lucille Moore

Edition of 50


Feels Like Nicola Morland Print Club London Screen Print

Feels Like by Nicola Morland

Edition of 50



Citrus Jessica Rose Bird Print Club London Screen Print

Citrus by Jessica Rose Bird

One of original drawing



Nude in Blue by Alexandria Coe Print Club London Screen Print

Nude in Blue by Alexandria Coe


Edition of 40


Got an exhibition you think we should see? Email [email protected] with more info and we’ll come check it out!


We swapped the studio for the Southbank to see the highly anticipated Bridget Riley exhibition at the Hayward Gallery.

Bridget Riley

Hayward Gallery

23rd Oct – 26th Jan


Spread over two floors of the Hayward Gallery at the Southbank Centre the exhibition brings together paintings drawings and sketches spanning the artists working life from 1947 to present day. Each room is divided by themes that occur in the artists work such as curves, stripes and monochromatic pieces. You can see throughout the rooms how the artist has returned to previous inspirations in her newer works.




Our favourite room was filled with studies and preliminary sketches that allowed the artist to explore various possibilities and patterns before painting the large scale works. There was also work displayed from the artists time spent at art school depicting studies of the human form and patterns with landscapes.

There’s still a chance to catch this inspiring exhibition which questions how we perceive colour and form through the artists visual language. Bridget Riley runs at the Hayward Gallery until 26th of January.

Get some geometry in your life…

If you can’t yet buy your own Bridget Riley then why not treat yourself to some amazing abstract pieces from our gallery.

Two by Unit 89


Edition of 25


Octopus by Chris Homer


Edition of 50

Untitled 108 by Gfeller and Hellsgard


Edition of 20

Hostile Refuge by Atelier Deux-Mille


Edition of  25



Print Club Originals, bridging the gap between artist and art collector, making it accessible to purchase one-off original pieces online. We have carefully selected artistic talent, emerging and established to bring you a highly curated selection of art pieces from a small collective of the best contemporary artists around. Like Print Club London our values remain the same, making art accessible to all.

On Thursday 5th December, we’re holding a launch party to celebrate our newest curated collection ‘Originals’. Pop down to our newly refurbished gallery for a first look at brand new, one-off original works from the likes of Alexandria Coe, Ed Burkes, Lucille Moore and Hannah Ludnow and many more!

We’ll be open from 6pm, greeting you with a glass of champagne, start December in style..




Artwork by Alexandria Coe

Artwork by Ed Burkes



Woah, over 3000 of you lovely lot came to our Blisters: Way Back When show to grab yourselves a bargain! If you couldn’t make it down, then have no fear because all the prints are now available online! 

Naomi Edmondson

Edition of 50, £50

James Daw

Edition of 50, £50

Gavin Dobson

Edition of 50, £50


Edition of 50, £50

Shop the full collection here!




Now Play This

The annual games festival returns to Somerset House for it’s biggest edition ever. We were invited to the private view to explore the interactive games and experimental design that they had on show.

Now Play This

Somerset House

6th – 14th April 2019


This years exhibition focuses on community, the interaction between players and how this feeds into the creative process of some of the most inventive games. Visitors to the festival are invited to play on all of the thought provoking games on display as well as try their hands at creating their own video game that can be played by others.

Some of our favourite games included Octopad, a reimagined 1980’s game which turns a one player game into a collaborative experience with eight different controllers with a button each, encouraging a team effort from all of the players. As well as an installation by We Throw Stitches which sees players battle it out in the ‘ultimate reaction test’ at the their table of changing neon lights. For those that want less screen time in their lives there is also a board game lounge, a zine lounge and two outdoor interactive installations in the courtyard.


Now Play This

Test your reactions against Flux by We Throw Switches


Games created by festival visitors and a trip down memory lane with Wrong Box by Molly Soda.


Amongst the competitive action there are many talks and workshops across the week long festival that are well worth checking out. Now Play This runs as part of London Games Festival so if you’re in the capital make sure you take a look!

It’ Play Time…

Super Extra Lucky Ben Rider

Super Extra Lucky by Ben Rider

Edition of 50


Video Nasty

Video Nasty by Charlie Gould

Edition of 30


Game of Life

Game of Life by Timba Smits



Sequentially installed across three galleries, this exhibition presents an entire new body of work by Royal Academician Phyllida Barlow.




Royal Academy of Arts

23rd Feb – 23rd June 2019


Barlow’s early work responded to the Modernist sculpture that had emerged in Britain and Europe in the 1950s and early 1960s. As her practice evolved, she took against its weighty formalism and monumentalism, sensing an imposed morality and gravitated towards Arte Povera in Europe and sculptural developments in the USA.

Barlow continues to explore much of the spirit of these more fragile, but nonetheless confident formal sculptural statements in her own work.

By producing large-scale works and installations from everyday, industrial materials and expedient fabrication processes, Barlow challenges the ideas of monumentally and authority associated with traditional sculptural materials and methods.

Space is one of the starting points for Barlow, she refers to it as the ‘protagonist’ of the work she creates to inhabit it. Not site specific as such, the installations development is however dependent in some part on her response to a particular settings and the to volume and limitations it presents.

This exhibition of Barlow’s work is possibly one of my favourites to date. I was fortunate to see her work at the Venice Biennale in 2017 and its brutal colours and forms in a much darker space felt oppressive and uncomfortable, perhaps that was her intention. However this collection of sculptures feels to me much more coherent and well executed. Perhaps being at home in the RA suits her well. It certainly suits the sculptures and whilst its a small collation one could easily spend hours in the space engaging with the sculptures and as Barlow herself says ‘sculpture needs to be given time, you need to just wait with it and become the moving object that it instant so this action between the still and the moving is incredibly demanding for all.’

Phyllida Barlow is on the at Royal Academy until 23rd June and its well worth a visit if you are near by. Also currently running are the Bill Viola and Renaissance Nudes so give yourself plenty of time to see all three exhibitions.

-Kate Higginson, Director PRINT CLUB LONDON


On Monday 25th March we were invited to a preview of the Van Gogh exhibition at Tate Britain. The EY EXHIBITION : VAN GOGH AND BRITAIN is the eighth ground-breaking exhibition supported through the EY Tate Arts partnership.


27th March – 11 August 2019

Tate Britain

Open Daily 10.00 – 18.00


The exhibition is the first major event to explore the impact of British culture on Van Gogh as well as the legacy of his art in the works of British painters.  The exhibition also explores both how Van Gogh was inspired by British art, literature and culture throughout his career and how he in turn inspired British artists, from Vanessa Bell to Francis Bacon.

Bringing together the largest group of Van Gogh paintings shown in the UK for nearly a decade, the exhibition includes over 50 works by the artist from public and private collections around the world.

Aside from being a large collection of works the exhibition amazingly works its way through a side of Van Gogh that was central to creating his works, his mental health. During the course of his life he battled with mental illness and spent many years within a psychiatric unit. During our curators tour Michel Drieseen, from EY, spoke of how ket to the success of the exhibition is the discussion of dignity and humanity which Van Gogh applies to his subject. Theres always a sense of affection in his portraits and the places he studies. This is where i think the exhibition comes into its own, exploring Van Gogh’s personal struggles and allowing the visitor to talk openly about mental health and how in the 21st century we bring normality and encourage discussion around this issue. The language used on the walls of the exhibition is a far cry from the usual wordy type we see so often in gallery spaces, this in itself feels inclusive and feels like a huge effort has been made to talk and provide a space even within the very walls of the gallery for conversations in a safe comfortable place. And what better place to be to do so, surrounded by some of the great works by the master himself.

If you have time spend an afternoon walking and exploring the rooms of Tate Britain, its most certainly one of their most successful exhibitions in many ways. We loved it.


William Crozier Flowers Gallery

We spent our Friday morning at Flowers Gallery exploring the amazing work of William Crozier. The first UK exhibition showing Crozier’s screen prints; the show is devoted to rarely seen prints produced between 1994 – 2010. William Crozier Flowers Gallery


William Croziers energetic and vibrant prints explore landscapes and imagined still lifes through bold patterns and textures. Italian and English landscapes merge in to one through his use of tropical, Mediterranean hues.


William Crozier Flowers Gallery

William Crozier Flowers Gallery


From the 1990’s onwards Crozier has worked with expert printers in both Dublin and Verona, Italy in a collaborative process to bring his paintings to life through the medium of screen print.

William Crozier Flowers Gallery

The amazing, vivid colours and painterly textures that can be achieved through the screen printing process replicate William Croziers energetic painting marks.

The exhibition is a great example of how screen printing can be used to recreate other processes and explores a wide variety of techniques. It’s only on for one more week so make sure you don’t miss out!

William Crozier ‘Painter – Printmaker’

Flowers Gallery, Cork Street

13th Feb – 30th March

Feeling inspired by our recent gallery trip?
Dahlias from Etna Rose Electra Harris Print Club London Screen Print

Dahlia’s From Etna by Rose Electra Harris


Edition of 20


Lazy Flowers Claudia Borfiga Print Club London Screen Print

Lazy Flowers by Claudia Borfiga


Edition of 20


Here at Print Club we always want to give you the inside scoop, we recently visited the House of Illustration’s latest exhibition of pop artist, social activist and nun, Corita Kent, ‘Power Up’. This is an exhibition you don’t want to miss! The show is filled to the brim with vibrancy, colour and joyousness even though the pieces within the exhibition deal with controversial topics and Corita Kent provided a new perspective on topics such as racism, misogyny and war.

Location: House of Illustration, Kings Cross
Running until 12th May 2019
Opening Hours:
Tuesday – Saturday 10am – 5.30pm
Sunday 11am – 5.30pm

Designed by the acclaimed Fraser Muggeridge studio, the exhibition will feature 70 screen prints showing the evolution of Corita’s work.

In the early 1960s she juxtaposed religious texts with advertising slogans, capturing the clamour and commercialism of LA’s post-WWII financial boom. Her 1965 screenprint power up derived from a gasoline advert, while her 1967 work come alive appropriated the iconic Pepsi-Cola slogan as an exuberant affirmation. Corita said of LA, “Up and down the highways we see words…that read almost like contemporary translations of the psalms for us to be singing on our way.” However, her 1964 print in homage to Mary, the juiciest tomato of all, was regarded as sacrilege by the church and banned from being displayed.

In the late 1960s Corita increasingly used art as protest against racism, misogyny, poverty and war. Working within the confines of America’s most conservative diocese, her voice was hugely influential in the country’s anti-authority shift, capturing the spirit of the anti-Vietnam war movement, civil rights movement and feminism. Her 1969 screenprints layered documentary material from LifeNewsweek and Time magazines – Corita’s “contemporary manuals of contemplation” – with song lyrics, poetry and quotes set against psychedelic day-glo colours. These include 1969’s if i, promoting compassion in the face of violence after Martin Luther King’s assassination.

Corita Kent, born Frances Elizabeth Kent and also known as Sister Mary Corita Kent, was an American Roman Catholic religious sister, artist, and educator. She worked almost exclusively with silkscreen, also known as serigraphy, pushing back the limitations of the two-dimensional medium by the development of innovative methods. Kent’s emphasis on printing was partially due to her wish for democratic outreach, as she wished for affordable art for the masses.Her artwork, with its messages of love and peace, was particularly popular during the social upheavals of the 1960s and 1970s.


Tracey Emin White Cube Gallery


We headed to the opening of a Fortnight of Tears by Tracey Emin at the White Cube.  The show encompasses the entire gallery and this major exhibition includes sculpture, painting, photography and video. There’s also an intimate look at Emins’ personal diaries and sketchbooks, giving a deep look into the artists emotive larger scale pieces.


Tracey Emin


White Cube Gallery

6th February – 7th April 2019

In her new paintings Tracey Emin explores the human form and emotions of loss, anxiety and physical trauma through energetic mark making and a subdued palette. Deep red blood stain tones and muted pinks show the connection between birth and death as she reflects on powerful events from her past .


Tracey Emin

Tracey Emin White Cube


The female form is also celebrated through large bronze sculptures such as The Mother and two other sculptures domineering the main gallery. The elongated limbs and distorted figures resemble the same fluid energy of her canvas paintings and there is an element of passion and angst within the pieces. The exhibition also shows an intimate look into her sketchbooks and diaries, with drawings and anecdotes from her archives.




Tracey Emin


This exhibition is a truly in depth exploration of Tracey Emins work and we highly recommend taking a trip South of the river to see it.

A Fortnight of Tears is on display at the White Cube in Bermondsey until the 7th of April 2019.


Feeling inspired? You can shop figurative prints from our collection here.

Swimsuit Lucille Moore

Swimsuit by Lucille Moore

£140 unframed.

Red Roses Isabella Cotier

Red Roses by Isabella Cotier

£300 unframed. 




We recently took a trip to the Tate Modern to explore the amazing new exhibition showcasing the work of Anni Albers. As the first major exhibition of her work in the UK the extensive collection explores the career of the Bauhaus artist from her well known weavings to unseen screen prints and original paintings.

Albers studied at the famous Bauhaus school in Weinmar, before moving to America with her husband Josef and studying at the experimental Black Mountain College. A pioneer in textile design she explored the relationship between functionality and aesthetic and was heavily inspired by grid like architectural forms. She looked to explore a new modern language through a traditional craft process.

Anni Albers Tate Modern

The retrospective exhibition shows a lot of the work made throughout her time in the Bauhaus As well as Albers personal projects the exhibition also shows her more commercial textiles including fabrics for hotels and the drapes for the Rockefella’s guest house. There is also an amazing collection of antique textiles from around the world and you can see the influence of the couples travels on her creations.



The exhibition runs until January 27th 2019.

Tickets and more information can be found here. 

Feeling inspired? Shop Bauhaus inspired prints from our collection.


Grand Designs Jonathan Lawes

Grand Designs by Jonathan Lawes

Edition of 50


Wellbeck Street

Wellbeck Street, London by Angus Vasili

Edition of 25




BLISTERS: SEASON SEVEN is a distant memory now… Or is it, we still have tons of rad artwork inspired by your favourite TV shows available on our online gallery! Scroll down to see a recap of all the fun that was had at the show and a selection of the pieces still available for sale!

Fargo by Angus Vasili 

Edition of 50, £50


It’s important to share with you all the people who made Blisters possible! Without our neighbours over at MC Motors, we wouldn’t have a space to put on the biggest screenprinted poster show! Thank you Castle Gibson for lending us the space and Ruby’s Dalston for serving up all the refreshments for the evening!

The Big Breakfast by Gavin Dobson 
Edition of 50, £50

The Great British Bake Off by Aleesha Nandhra
Edition of 50, £50

This Year we were kindly sponsored by Beck’s Beer who kept your thirst quenched throughout the evening, launching their Be Kreativ Art labels at Blisters: Season Seven!

Rainbow by Rose Stallard
Edition of 50, £50

Stranger Things by Oli Fowler
Edition of 50, £50

Year on year GF Smith always support all our projects and Blisters is no exception! The lovely people a GF Smith supplied us with over 3000 sheets of paper this year and we can’t thank them enough!

Pets Win Prizes by Hannah Carvell
Edition of 50, £50

The Simpsons by Omar Careaga
Edition of 50, £50

Planet Earth by Elliot Kruszynski
Edition of 50, £50

Printing fifty editions can be pricey but our ink suppliers over at Screentec Print Essentials generously sponsored us a pot of ink for each poster in the show!

Frozen Planet by Charlie Blanchard
Edition of 50, £50

Westworld by Joe Wilson
Edition of 50, £50

And finally, after all the Beck’s beer you were all in need of some grub! Imad’s Syrian kitchen came up trumps and supplied you all with delicious plates of his stand-out falafel! Here at Print Club HQ we LOVE imad’s food!

The Twilight Zone by Concepcion Studios
Edition of 50, £50

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles by Ben Rider
Edition of 50, £50

Black Mirror by Sam Baldwin
Edition of 50, £50

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!

We have been blown away by the support for our collaboration with Help Refugees. We are continuing to raise funds for the charity throughout the year so watch this space for more releases and exclusive prints. This project wouldn’t have been possible without the dedication of our artists, especially Adrian- Florin Ardelean and his team who produced our behind the scenes film showcasing some of our favourite artists creating their ‘Choose Love’ pieces.

Watch below to see Mr Bingo, Rose Stallard, Alexa Coe & Rob Ryan working on their exclusive artworks.


Shop the Choose Love collection here.

Choose Love – Rose Stallard

Edition of 5



Choose Love by Donk

Edition of 2


All proceeds from the sales of the Choose Love prints directly support the incredible work of Help Refugees.


Print Club London

We pride ourselves on supporting emerging artists through our ‘Print-ern Ship’ scheme which was set up to provide recent graduates with the opportunity to produce work in our studio. Following the success of our previous Print-ern’s, we selected Charlie Gould to take part in our programme, allowing him to turn his playful illustrations into exclusive prints for Print Club London.

Please join us to celebrate our 2018 Print-ern Show, we will be showcasing the outstanding work that Charlie produced throughout his time with us, the entire selection of prints will be available to purchase on the show opening. Charlie was kindly sponsored by FespaUK throughout his time with us!

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

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

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

Originally from Farnborough, Charlie decided to travel very little to attend Southampton Solent University, where he earned a First in Illustration in 2016.

Since then Charlie has been working freelance as an illustrator and designer for such clients as Courtney Barnett, Paper & Cloth Design Studio, and Kindred Agency.

Charlie’s work itself is largely a selfish mash-up of everything he loves. Ephemera, crappy films, pulp novels, and Americana, which are all drawn upon regularly to influence and inform the illustrations that he creates.

Video Nasty by Charlie Gould
Edition of 30 // £80

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.



Print Club London and Help Refugees are inviting you to Choose Love’, a fundraising exhibition held at our Dalston studio gallery to raise money in support of the incredible work of Help Refugees. The project will launch with a private event at Somerset House on World Refugee Day and all of the exclusive artworks will be on show for the public at our gallery space.

Exhibition Opening Friday 22nd June 6pm – 8pm

We are honoured to announce our latest collaboration with Help Refugees.  Over the last few months artists including The Chapman Brothers, Stanley Donwood, Lauren Baker, Quentin Jones and Mr Bingo, as well as Print Club studio members, have been making their mark on the iconic ‘CHOOSE LOVE’ slogan originally created by Katharine Hamnett in the 1980’s. From print making to collage and photography each artwork is a one off and completely unique in its design. You’ll have the chance to buy exclusive prints from established and upcoming artists with all proceeds going directly to Help Refugees.

We really hope too see you at the exhibition and get your support for such an incredible charity.

Please RSVP to [email protected]

Location: Print Club London, 10-28 Millers Junction, London, E8 2DS 



Exhibition opening times:

Private View Friday 22nd 6pm -8pm

Tuesday 26th 10am – 5pm

Wednesday 27th 10am – 5pm

Thursday 28th 1oam – 5pm

Friday 29th 10am – 5pm

 For press or enquiries please contact [email protected]

Print Club London