Bob Gill at Print Club London

Illustrator, graphic designer and former ad man, Bob Gill, has created six new hand coloured silkscreen prints at Print Club London’s Dalston print studio…

Illustrator, graphic designer and former ad man, Bob Gill, has created six new hand coloured silkscreen prints at Print Club London‘s Dalston print studio…

Gill was in London for D&AD’s 50th birthday celebrations last year and spent time at Print Club creating the six new works, each printed in editions of just 12 and hand numbered and signed by the artist.

“We have been huge fans of Bob and his work and were really excited when he agreed to work with us producing some new prints,” says Print Club’s Kate Newbold-Higginson. “Bob joined us in our studio where he spent a couple of days hand finished his silk screen prints with watercolour, making each one completely original and unique.”

The six prints are priced at £850 each and will be exhibited from March 29 to April 11 at the Print Club Gallery, 10-28 Millers Avenue, London, E8.

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  • Bill hicks once said..If you’re in advertising..kill yourself immediately… Unless you’re Bob Gill.

  • I was about to say how much I fancied the soup and flowers one but then got to the end of the article and saw the price.

    £850! Sadly I don’t have that much money lying around. Any chance that’s a typo and they’re actually a much more affordable £85?