Friday, 25 March 2011

Lionel Freidman Screen Print Edition

Phils been kept busy this week producing this screen print edition. It consisted of 20 prints of three images. For this edition Somerset text laid 300gsm was chosen. It wasn't the easiest screen print in the world to produce as creating a solid colour on a textured paper can cause problems but in the end they all looked beautiful.

The signed and numbered edition is off to London but if anyone is interested in a print let us know and we can forward your details to the artist.

Friday, 11 March 2011

Ben Steers Twitter Give Away Mini Edition....

Yesterday our good mate Ben Steers popped by to collect a mini edition we had produced for him. Ben had offered the  four A4s on Hahnemuhle German Etching as prizes on twitter.  The some people may recognize the character featured in the print as the one Featured in Computer Arts magazine last month in witch Ben produced a tutorial on how to create this vintage looking chap....  

Keep an eye on bens twitter and blog to see what other wonders he produces in the future.. I happen to know there's some good stuff in the pipeline...........

Wednesday, 2 March 2011

Anime Giclee Edition.

Last week we produced a very special edition of A4 Giclee prints due to be released in the UK and continental Europe for Anime fighting game fans

If your in the know about the latest fighting games you may of seen these characters already... If your not keep your eyes pealed... They left our studio hot of the press to be whisked up to London, autographed by the producers who were over from Japan and then off to some very lucky people.....

The work was commissioned onto Hahnemuhler German etching 310gsm and looked stunning..

"Playground" - Ben Haizelden


Artch Gallery
Mon 28th Feb – Fri 4th March 2011

PLAYGROUND: A space set apart for experimentation and play. Using this imagined ground as a platform for thought, 8 Artists explore the wonder of the wider world through systems of human habitation and ritual. Probing the elegant arrangement of the every day and considering what we have missed.

The Work pictured below was printed by HelloBlue for Ben Haizeldens current London exhibition. Ben is  an artist we have worked with for some time and on this occasion he chose to use Hahnemuhle Photorag Bright White for his pieces. The results were beautiful.

The Show uses a wide range of mediums including sculpture, etching / drawing and video installations.  

Go along if you get a chance.
ARTch, Arch 11, Gales Gardens, Bethnal Green, London

For more information please see the facebook group below

Tuesday, 1 March 2011

Alot of money for not alot....

The cutter blade needed renewing on one of our epsons..... We were in ore when we discovered this tiny piece of plastic with a spring and a blade cost £120+VAT....  What a joke!