Beacons Festival Poster 2014
Our 3rd year producing a poster for BEACONS festival. This year we went type crazy! We have just a few artists proofs in our store.
3 colour Hand printed screenprinting on 320 gsm Pop set vellum paper.
A2 (594 x 420 mm) signed numbered and stamped.
Bristol’s Jackknife have delivered yet ANOTHER cracking poster for QOTSA.
Designer - Chris Hopewell
Limited edition of 300
2 colour screenprint
45cm x 76cm (18” x 30”)
You can pick one up here.
Tommy Davidson for MARMOZETS
Tommy Davidson has a few copies of his Marmozet , sound city poster up in his shop.
Limited edition run of 40 hand-printed screen prints for Marmozets’ Screenadelica show at Liverpool Sound City, 03/05/14.
Three colour print on SRA2, 300gsm natural card.
A HUGE thank you to everyone at Green Man Festival for the warm welcome we received. We had a fantastic time!
There was so much interest in the work of the four artists on show in the stall that everyone completely ran out of businesscards! If we directed you here to the UKPA site instead, here’s a handy link to each of our individual sites:
We Three Club / Luke Drozd / Army of Cats / Telegramme
We had some many genuinely positive conversations about art and music, it would be impossible to remember everyone we spoke to, but needless to say, thanks to everyone who came and visited our stall, as well as the Green Man organisers for such a great festival.
We hope to see you again next year!
UKPA at GREEN MAN FESTIVAL
Sharon Van Etten by Telegramme
Mercury Rev - by Luke Drozd
This weekend the UKPA will be at Green Man festival in the beautiful Brecon Beacons. We have teamed up with the festival to showcase a whole host of beautiful OFFICIALLY screen-printed gig posters from some of the UK’s finest artists for bands and gigs around the world.
As part of this partnership with Green Man we are bringing a couple of official posters for the acts playing at the festival.
So if you are going to the festival - pop along to our tent - say hi - and come and check out some wonderful posters in all their real life papery goodness.