Today I visited the Jealous pop up print studio at Heals, it was really odd to watch people printing in a shop window and impressive how much equipment they had with them. There were lots of lovely prints in production by different artists. It’s open all this week with different artists printing each day. See the post below for more details on open hours etc. Heals also sell original Letterpress prints and screen prints from artists in their art section, which makes a welcome change to most of the mass-produced ‘art’ sold in similar shops, and is worth a look.Afterwards I stumbled upon the Grants Museum of Zoology, part of University College London, just off Tottenham Court road. It’s an amazing place, in a old library full of preserved animals and skeletons. My personal favourite was the African Elephant skull and the jellyfish, and the tiny turtle (pictured). It’s free to visit. More info here
From Monday 30th January 2012 to Sunday 5th February 2012
Jealous will be taking over the 30m long window of prestigious furniture and homewares store Heal’s on Tottenham Court Road.
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We are currently collecting prints for our BIGGEST group show to date, which will take place in Mid-March, London 2012. Everyone is asked to submit some of their current print work, with a maximum of 5 pieces. The collection is getting BIG. We don’t have a name for this show, but we know that it’s going to be BIG. We look forward to seeing what you submit. DEADLINE 1st MARCH. (Click read more on the left for more information.) Continue reading
New photos of print work from current third year students up on Flickr
Lots of good printmakers will be in Leeds this month for their Print Festival check out their website for more information on the exhibition, workshops and print fair.
Graphic Design Epsom @UCAPrintArea
The Print Area runs alongside the Graphic Design BA at UCA Epsom. We facilitate screenprinting, letterpress, intaglio, dry-point etching & photopolymer plates.
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