Here are some pics from a recent workshop with students from NDHS who are setting up a creative design enterprise called Pulp Studio. They have got loads of great ideas in the pipeline including a digital school magazine and a calendar so watch this space!
Print room newbies KOTB having been honing their screen printing skills with their first line of clothing available to buy from their online shop. They are and independent skate label based in Norwich and you can follow them on facebook here. Keep up the good work guys - looking forward to seeing what you come up with next!
Richard Horne and Niall Grant who have been printing like demons to get ready for it! For more information about the Print Fair check out the website or facebook page.
We have a new Member of the Month: Bean Clothing - check out the Member of the Month tab (just above here) to find out more and check out this cheeky little vid Albert from Bean Clothing made at the Print Rooms:
We're very excited to announce our latest project, Norwich Art Car Boot Fair, taking place on the15th June 2014 at Redwell Brewery! We've just opened the submissions for pitches and for performers/musicians for the event. Please have a look at the website for more information: http://www.artcarboot.co.uk/
Things have been getting busy down at Stew Print Rooms now that it is (slightly) warmer! Here are some little snippets of what our members have been up to: from top to bottom we have Matt Whitehead with some tidy tee designs, Anmar Mirza with the new range for MRZA, Albert Clegg printing up some new samples for Bean Clothing and Sugarush with their new Wedding specials.
**NEW **Andy Warhol Inspired Screen Printing course!
Print to the People are pleased to announce a collaboration with our neighbors, the Anteros foundation, to deliver this six week Tuesday evening class, taking place between the two venues, commencing the 1st April – 6th May. Using the work of Andy Warhol as a starting point, learn how to use the screen printing process to produce your own pop art inspired images.
The course is suitable for both beginners and those with some experience. Working from your own photos, Vicki and Jo of Print to the People will guide you through the process of creating, preparing and printing your ideas. During the course you will have access to Print to the People’s fully equipped screen printing studio and have the opportunity to experiment with a range of screen printing techniques, including layering using paper stencils and half tone effects using photographic emulsion. You will come away with a series of experimental screen prints based on your photographs.
To conclude the course, participants will be invited to exhibit their work at Anteros, with a private view and drinks at the end of the final session, the 6th May.
For all bookings, please contact Anteros directly on (01603) 766129 or visit their website for online bookings: http://anterosfoundation.com/home/courses/2d/
Places are limited so please book in advance to avoid disappointment. If you would like to know more about the course before booking a place, please contact Print to the People on mail@printtothepeople