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Artist Highlight: Nick Barclay

Posted by East End Prints on 5th Aug 2020

Artist Highlight: Nick Barclay

This month's featured artist may be on the other side of the world but he has a design style that fits right into to the East End Prints collection. Prolific and varied in popular culture references we are very happy to introduce Nick Barclay's work. You can find his latest print range update for Wanderlust and his cocktail series on his artist page.Where is home for you at the moment? Bondi Beach In SydneyWhen and how did you…

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Artist Highlight: Limbo and Ginger

Posted by East End Prints on 28th May 2020

Artist Highlight: Limbo and Ginger

New artists on the East End Prints block are Limbo and Ginger. We absolutely adore their designs that are musically themed. Sarah and Liam somehow seamlessly blend classic subjects with modern takes on vintage typography. Can you introduce yourself for our readers?Hello! We're Liam and Sarah... we're married and we have a little boy called Frank who is nearly 3, and we’re about to have a lockdown baby too! An annoying guy at work used t…

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Artist in Focus with Sifa Mustafa

Posted by East End Prints on 5th Feb 2020

Artist in Focus with Sifa Mustafa

We chatted to the very cool, South East London based illustrator Sifa Mustafa. There has been much excitement in the East End Prints office over Sifa's work and particularly her latest arrivals which are part of our Find Your Calm campaign. Let’s start off with a little bit about your background. Where are you from originally?I was born in South East London where I have lived most of my life. I lived briefly in West London but it just didn’t…

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Colour, culture, travel and excitement: Five minutes with artist Rebecca Pymar

Posted by Rebeca Romero on 29th May 2019

Colour, culture, travel and excitement: Five minutes with artist Rebecca Pymar

Rebecca Pymar is a Painter and Illustrator based in Norwich. Her Art Deco style is influenced by travel and advertising posters of the 1920’s and 30’s. Much of the Architecture she depicts is of that era too. Rebecca uses bright, block colours and produces compositions that are well balanced and very eye catching. Strong geometric lines and the saturated colour palette are some of the things we love the most about her work. We had a quick ch…

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 Health, environment and food security. A conversation with Sam Capell (Seven Deadly Sauces)

Posted by Rebeca Romero on 16th Apr 2019

Health, environment and food security. A conversation with Sam Capell (Seven Deadly Sauces)

Sam has always been interested in mark and meaning making, trying to say something serious about the world we live in. His series "Seven Deadly Sauces" can be seen as an observation on health, environment and food security. We chatted with Sam about his work, favourite young artists and his thoughts on an imminent Brexit. E:. Please tell us a bit about your background, where did you grow up and how did you get started with ill…

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