Press & Pull 2

7 Nov 2013 – 2 Dec 2013

Regular hours

08:30 – 18:00
08:30 – 22:00
09:00 – 22:00
09:00 – 22:00
08:30 – 22:00
08:30 – 22:00
08:30 – 22:00

Cost of entry


Stour Space

London, United Kingdom


Travel Information

  • Bus Route: 8, 26,30,276,388
  • Pudding Mill DLR
  • Hackney Wick overground

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'Press & Pull 2' showcases the continual explorative works of Printmaker James Brown & Silkscreen Artist Kate Gibb.


Five years on from 'Press & Pull 1', this second installment shows a body of prints that reflects both artist's current obsessions & intuitive relationships towards their own practice. The Prints created are informal, playful & simply an opportunity to be creative, free from commercial constraints About: James Brown is an illustrator and printmaker living and working in London. Trained as a textile & surface print designer, he worked in the clothing industry for 10 years producing print designs for numerous brands from Levis to Louis Vuitton. In 2007 he embarked on a new career as an illustrator. He has been commissioned to produce work by publishing houses, magazines, newspapers, advertising and design agencies. He has produced two babies books for Walker Books. James produces limited edition screen prints and linocuts using traditional techniques reflecting his interest in the printed & typographic ephemera of pop culture. James has recently produced his second commissioned print for the V&A Shop. Kate Gibb has worked as a Printmaker & Illustrator from her makeshift print studio in Paddington, for over fifteen years. Her early studies in Printed Textiles fuelled her love for colour & pattern that provides the basis for the majority of her current practice.Ӭ Her practice is predominantly self taught, intuitive and continually evolving, concentrating mainly on the creation of one-off pieces. She is renowned for her Music related sleeve artwork, most notably for her long standing relationship with The Chemical Brothers. ӬNon-commercially she continues to explore the silkscreen process, its tactile nature and subtle nuances. "I love the Silkscreen process and never seem too tired of it. Work is play to me for the majority of the time, for the rest it is a way of life". www.jamesbrown.info / @jamesprints www.kategibb.co.uk / @KateGibbPrint

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