Popshot’s new online print shop

Popshot, the bi-annual magazine that combines contemporary poetry with illustration, has just launched an online print shop. Visitors can browse a selection of prints featuring images by the likes of Sam Green, Tom Hovey (his image shown above), and Esra Røise

Popshot, the bi-annual magazine that combines contemporary poetry with illustration, has just launched an online print shop. Visitors can browse a selection of prints featuring images by the likes of Sam Green, Tom Hovey (his image shown above), and Esra Røise – which were all originally commissioned for the magazine.

For the launch, there are six prints available to buy, each produced as a Giclée print, 550mm x 675mm, on Folex Fine Art 310gsm paper, in an edition of 150 and priced at £45 each. Here are a few of the images:


by Sam Green


By Oslo-based illustrator Esra Røise


This is by New York-based artist Devin McGrath

More details at popshotpopshot.com

 

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