Hatch Show Print

From minstrel shows to Rock ’n’ Roll, from Elvis Presley to Elvis Costello, Hank Williams to the White Stripes, the history of Hatch Show Print is, in large part, the history of American music. For the first time, the work of this legendary Nashville print shop will be on show in the UK. We talk to Hatch manager, designer and curator Jim Sherraden about the shop’s unique archive and the enduring relevance of Hatch to today’s creative community

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