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Win a print for you and someone you love! Ts&Cs

Posted by Lauren Pennycott on 14th Feb 2019

Win a print for you and someone you love! Ts&Cs

Here's comes the small print...Tag your loved one on our Instagram giveaway post and bag two A2 framed prints of your choice. We will send one to you and one to your friend. Please note you must tag your friend in the comments below to qualify and we can only offer shipping to UK address. T&Cs below outline full details of this giveaway.Terms & Conditions The promoter is: East End Prints, 234 Brick Lane, E2 7EBEligibilityThe Competition is o…

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We Are Celebrating Small Business Saturday!

Posted by Lauren Pennycott on 30th Nov 2018

We Are Celebrating Small Business Saturday!

The East End Trade Guild is celebrating small businesses on Saturday 1st December, and so are we!An alliance of 250 small businesses, of which East End Prints is one, the EETG is all about sustaining a rich and diverse eco system of independents. "This aligns with our values of being an independent business nearly 10 years. We pride ourselves on being part of the East End independent community and we love sharing our Brick lane space with th…

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We are 8 years old! An interview with East End Prints founder, Helen Edwards

Posted by Rebeca Romero on 6th Nov 2018

We are 8 years old! An interview with East End Prints founder, Helen Edwards

"When I first started East End Prints I had a dream that we could have a Print For Every Home , 8 years on our team is growing and are getting closer to reaching our goals. The print on demand technology allows us to take risks on new designs without having lots of excess stock. This suits our environmental standards - our paper is made in the UK and the frames are constructed to order in our Essex warehouse. We care about what we do and we hope…

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A Day in the Life: Designing the London window!

Posted by Summer du Plessis on 8th May 2018

A Day in the Life: Designing the London window!

Every day is different at East End Prints. You never know if you're going to be planning ranges or shopping for t-shirts - that's why I love it.Our team do everything from researching and producing new print and greetings card ranges for high end clients, marketing and social media, running a busy shop and putting on great events for the community to enjoy!After the huge success of our last private view, Woman Up!, we are having another late nigh…

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Gentrification, creativity, community and thriving in the  East End - Interview EEP founder with Helen Edwards

11th Jan 2018

Gentrification, creativity, community and thriving in the East End - Interview EEP founder with Helen Edwards

Q. How long have you been in London ?A. Forever ! Since 20 years now I have been lucky enough to be in East London -its very hard to leave! I worked in bars whilst studying for my MA in the area 20 years ago when nobody except the artists dare to live in the warehouse style buildings.Q. Whats changed?A.  The cost of living primarily , shops and living generally - a gentrified area goes through a process of social cleansing as the developers…

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