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If you haven’t heard… The exhibition will showcase 40 movie themed prints by 40 artists, in editions of 40, all priced at £40. Bargain!
Below is a sneaky peek of my print for the show. It’s based on the Paul Thomas Anderson film There Will Be Blood and titled I Drink Your Milkshake.
The PV looks like it’ll be great night, with movie themed cocktails, film projections, pizza, popcorn and a bunch of interesting people. If you fancy coming along to the PV on Friday 31st August (from 6pm) make sure you RSVP as it’s going to super busy! To RSVP email your full name to firstname.lastname@example.org
I’m really pleased to announce that my work has been selected for Print Club London’s Blisters: Directors Cut exhibition (31st August – 1st September 2012).
All of the prints in this year’s show are inspired by movies and can be snapped up for a steal at £40 each. So if you love movies, cheap art and booze then head down to the private view at the amazing MC Motors in Dalston (Friday 31 August 18.00 – 22.00) and grab yourself a bargain.
If you fancy the PV please RSVP: RSVP@printclublondon.com
For more info on the Blisters Directors Cut show see Print Club London’s Website.
Hope to see you there.
‘Bah humbug!’ I hear you cry… Well in the spirit of good will ALL the proceeds from the sale of these cards will be donated to the British Heart Foundation.
Only a limited edition of 50 are available so if you fancy sending your nearest and dearest a more cynical Christmas card this year then head over to my etsy shop soon and snap one up before they’re all gone!
**UPDATE** All the cards have now sold out! Many thanks to everyone that spent their hard earned cash and help raise over £100 for the British Heart Foundation.
With the nights lasting longer and Christmas drawing near I’ve decided to make a start on printing my Chrimbo cards. Above is a preview of the design I’ll start screen printing tomorrow. Woohoo!
This year I’ve opted for a classic reference as my starting point, Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol and in particular The Ghost of Christmas Present.
In the spirit of good will, I’ll be screen printing a limited run of these cards to sell in my etsy shop with ALL proceeds going to the British Heart Foundation. So if you feel the need to be charitable this year, or simply enjoy my slightly less than wholesome take on a Dickensian classic, head over to my etsy shop and purchase some cards for your more cynical nearest and dearest!