Blisters poster show open for entries
Screen printing studio Print Club London is looking for young, emerging and established illustrators to take part in its annual poster show, Blisters.
The show will take place at Print Club in Dalston, East London from September 12-14. This year's theme is 'sound sessions' and posters should be inspired by a band, song, musician or gig but must not feature the name of the song or artist (use of other text is allowed).
Now in its fifth year, the Blisters shows were set up to offer affordable art to a wide demographic and give new artists a chance to display their work alongside more experienced names. Past contributors include James Joyce, Kate Moross and Atelier Deux-Mille and 2013's show was film-themed.
40 entries will be selected for next year's show and signed screen prints will be sold for £40 each. To enter, send a low-res jpeg file to firstname.lastname@example.org by March 1 2014.
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