The Private Press, a Brighton-based screen-printing studio, has launched its third Editions collection, a series of limited-edition screen prints designed by contemporary artists including Anthony Burrill, Paul Catherall, Sara Pope, Euan Roberts and Magda Archer.
The artworks will be on show at an exhibition, opening on 29 November at Pop-Up Brighton until 2 December 2018. The prints are all priced between £50 and £100 and will be signed and numbered by the artists. They'll soon be available to buy online.
The Editions collection explores the possibilities of creative screen printing, using interesting techniques, inks and papers, or processes unique to screen printing such as the layering of colours. Founded by Gary Parselle in Brighton five years ago, The Private Press has a reputation for producing high-quality screen prints. But, to his clients, Gary is more than just a screen printer. He’s an expert in specialist papers and inks as well as the techniques that can turn a screen print into something extra-special.
The third release in the Editions series, these exclusive prints join the 2016 and 2017 collections that included work from Supermundane, Rose Blake, Pure Evil, Adrian Johnson and Steven Wilson.
"The screen-printing process offers colour, texture and depth unlike any other, and the Editions series demonstrates exactly what can be achieved," Gary told Creative Boom. "The collection is the perfect way for real enthusiasts of contemporary graphic art, and the screen printing process, to get their hands on affordable, unique screen prints."
As well as the aforementioned artists, the collection also features work Clay Hickson, Jiro Bevis, Luke Insect, Matthew the Horse, Rob Flowers and Tom Abbiss Smith. Find out more: theprivatepress.org.