New Asterix screenprints

Posted by John on

I have designed and produced three new Asterix screenprints.

This one shows the three pals, Asterix, Obelix and Dogmatix in silhouette, on a light blue background

I have taken the image from the Asterix books – I am the the first and only British screenprinter to have permission from French publisher Editions Albert Rene to use their archive of images for my work. There have in fact been very few screenprints, or serigraphies as the French have it, of Asterix.

Comic Art style

I have selected this image, like many of my panels and images, from the 1960s and 1970s, and should make a great gift to anybody who is into retro, vintage, old school design. I tend to choose material from this era because it was the time I was growing up and my tastes and preferences were being formed. But also it’s a pre-digital age, and the drawings are all made by hand rather than computer aided. Obviously, as I’m a screenprinter, I’m biased in favour of the handmade, so this style is right up my street. I hope it is yours.

In this new screenprint I have bled the ink to the edge of the mould-made paper to maximise the vividness of the screenprint

Asterix first appeared in 1959.

The official website can be found here

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