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Screenprint exhibition for Fathers’ Day

Posted by John Patrick Reynolds on

Screenprint exhibition for Fathers’ Day – I’m holding a selling exhibition of my screenprints in central London all next week, leading up to Fathers’ Day on Sunday, June 19. The pop-up shop will be at The Showcase, 33-35 St John’s Square, London EC1M 4DS from Monday June 13-Sunday June 19. Our opening times will be […]

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Buy your father some grenades

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Buy your father some grenades on Father’s Day, Sunday June 19. A screenprint of a soldier about to throw some grenades might be just what a day in your life would like – the sentiment “This looks like a job for a couple of grenades” does of course lend itself to multiple applications. The panel […]

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New: Asterix and his three closest pals

Posted by John Reynolds on

Here’s a new screenprint of Asterix and his three closest pals: Obelix, Dogmatix and Gatafix in a tableau which sums up the central secret of the Asterix books. It shows Asterix smacking his chops after taking some of the magic potion brewed by the druid Getafix as his best pal, the enormous and enormously loyal […]

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Comic Art screenprints at Spitalfields Arts Market

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Comic Art screenprints at Spitalfields Arts Market – I’ll be exhibiting at Spitalfields Arts Market from Thursday (June 2) until Sunday (June 5), from 9am – 5pm each day. The exhibition of about a dozen artists is held on Market Street, between Brushfield Street & Crispin Place, London E1 6AA. We’ll be showing – all […]

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How-to-make-a-screenprint poster

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Here’s a print-off-and-hang poster about how to make a screenprint. It shows all the various stages of the process, from the original image to the finished handmade screenprint. 1 Pick your image,in this case the P from Little Plum, The Beano Summer Special 1971. I have a licence from DC Thomson to use such images, […]

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