Surreal illustrator Kimberly Salt creates beautiful intricate stories as physical prints. She creates beautiful zines and sells amazing work online for you to own.
Monthly Archives: May 2016
Coming in at a whopping 111 feet high and 32 feet wide, this is the largest photograph made directly from a camera. The photograph titled ‘The Great Picture’ was created by six artists back in 2006 in a F-18 hangar in Irvine, California.
This week theprintspace’s Harry Rose interviewed photographer Domenico Pugliese about his recent body of work, The Last Hunter’s. Click below to read more!
This week’s blog post is all about one of our clients of theprintspace! Alex Poll recently printed with us for his upcoming group exhibition Fix Photo. Read more below to find out about Alex and his work.
TRAJECTORY is a comprehensive showcase of graduate talent from the 2016 season, marking a unique opportunity for all aspiring photography students graduating in 2016 from the UK & Ireland Institutions to launch their career with national exposure online and in print.
This week, featured on theprintspace blog is Harry Rose, who has recently joined the marketing team! You may have heard Harry’s name before – he is the co-founder and content editor of Darwin Magazine, the popular online and print photography magazine focusing on and giving a platform to emerging photographers.
We’re hosting exhibition consultation sessions every Tuesday and Thursday from 2pm – 5pm at our Shoreditch studio, these free sessions will include in-depth advice on file preparation, printing, mounting and framing options, as well as featuring hands-on samples and tailored advice concerning your images.
Interview with James O Jenkins on his new exhibition and photobook, Thatcher’s Funeral. This week, theprintspace’s Harry Rose speaks to photographer and co-founder of Portrait Salon James O Jenkins, about his upcoming exhibition ‘Thatcher’s Funeral’ on May 12th at Carousel in Marylebone.