Print Club London's Blisters Blackout show re-opens
If you missed Print Club London's recent Blisters Blackout exhibition – which featured 40 screenprints, each by a different artist, and each incorporating phosphorescent (glow-in-the-dark) ink – then don't worry. Because all the work is now on show in Print Club London's Brick Lane shop and gallery...
The show consists of new work by 40 different artists including Mr Bingo, James Joyce, Jamie Reid, Ryan Todd, Pure Evil, Eine, Serge Seidlitz, Si Scott, Gary Taxali and Sarah King. Each artist was briefed to include glow-in-the-dark ink so that each print could be viewed, literally, in a new light when the lights are switched off at regular intervals during the show.
The Print Club London shop is at 214 Brick Lane, London E1 6SA. You can also peruse Print Club London's wares online at printclublondon.com. Here's the poster for the re-opening party tonight at the shop:
Delightfully childish, and perfect for the time of year.
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