A sad day. We are calling time on this blog and have decided to move with the times and put all of our efforts in to keeping you updated regularly via our Instagram and Facebook accounts. Many thanks for your support of this blog but it is time to share/like/enjoy us by following @jealous_london. Credit Paul Schneider for image, one of our latest Graduate Prize Winners who will be producing an edition with us later this year.
Wednesday, 14 January 2015
This week we have artists Carl Cashman and Ben Slow working on a collaborative piece as part of our Jealous Rooftop Project. The mixture of geometry and portraiture work extremely well together and we look forward to showing you the finished piece. Look out for updates through our Instagram account here. They have previously combined forces to work on a wall as part of Moniker Art Fair 2014, a write up of this can be seen on Hooked Blog.
For any enquiries about painting the wall as part of the ongoing project please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuesday, 30 December 2014
We have taken the chance in between Christmas and New Year to prepare for the Jealous Needs You exhibition early in 2015. We have had over 30 artists who have all submitted works of 2-3 colour images which we have created beautiful screen printed editions of. We have been delighted, overwhelmed and thankful for the response to this project and we can't wait to show the full range of works in our Shoreditch gallery in February and Crouch End in March.
Friday, 12 December 2014
Our lovely printer William recently completed an edition for Dave White. The 37 colour edition with varnish and diamond dust overlays was one of the most challenging prints we have completed in the studio. We were delighted with the result though and look forward to working with him again in the new year. Here are some pictures taken of edition and process in action.
Friday, 28 November 2014
This week we have had the pleasure to work on two exciting projects for major events launching in London in the coming week. The first was a screen print for Hattie Stewart and Saatchi & Saatchi, for their exhibition There's A Good Girl that runs at the Assembly Rooms until the 19th December. The edition of 50 was a two colour screen print on Real Silver 250 gsm paper. There is also an interesting article about the show in the Independent Newspaper here.
Friday, 14 November 2014
In early 2013 we completed a very exciting project for artist Caroline Bergvall, the current Writer in Residence at the Whitechapel Art Gallery, London. In 2012 she was commissioned by the Rhodes Project in London to develop an art work celebrating the 1140 female Rhodes scholars. We helped realise the large 150 x 100 cm final work, screen printing and gold leafing on to Somerset Tub Sized paper. Swiss based graphic designer Pablo Lavalley helped conceptualise the idea for the design. This art work was presented in the course of the 110th celebration of the first Rhodes Scholarships in September 2013 at Rhodes House, Oxford. Here are some pictures of the work taking shape. Please take a look Caroline's website for further information about this project and other commissions she is currently completing.
Thursday, 13 November 2014
Last week we had the pleasure to work on a new series of prints by Andy Altmann and Why Not Associates. Screen printing on to eleven old B-Movie posters, the works were finished with large metallic and black rub down decals in the Why Not Studio. Here are the prints and some images from a productive day.