Telegramme’s back cover screenprint

If you like the artwork by Telegramme currently gracing the back cover of our November issue – then you’re going to love the screenprinted poster of said artwork that the studio has just produced…

If you like the artwork by Telegramme currently gracing the back cover of our November issue (above), then you’re going to love the screenprinted poster of said artwork that the studio has just produced…

As you can see, our November issue back cover features a cropped and slightly tweaked version of the above, shamelessly self promotional poster – which has been screenprinted in four colours on 280 gsm off white archival stock at 50 x 70 cm in a hand numbered edition of 80. We’ve seen one in the flesh and the printing is particularly flat and sharp – very nice indeed. These detail shots hardly do it justice:

The posters were printed in-house at OPEN Studios (where Telegramme is based) by Loligo and are priced at £35 and can be bought from Telegramme’s website telegramme.co.uk where you can see more of the studio’s work.

 

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