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TOOL 2019 European tour screen printed posters.

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15 limited edition screen printed posters for the TOOL European tour 2019. TOOL have been on tour, with 15 of those dates spread across Europe in May and June. The band are also poised to release their first album in thirteen years (titled Fear Inoculum), as well as releasing their entire back-catalogue to streaming services for the first ever time (that happened today!).  It’s a good time to be a TOOL fan. In the White Duck Editions studio, we produced posters for every date of TOOL’s European tour. The ‘Scarab Queen’ artwork was created by Adi Granev, which we used to create a 6 colour screen print separation. We then created a full set of visuals for the band, suggesting...

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Glastonbury Festival 2019 official artwork screen print by Stanley Donwood

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After Glastonbury Festival had a fallow year in 2018, there was no small amount of anticipation in 2019 to see what artist Stanley Donwood would create for the festival’s identity.  He didn’t disappoint. The official art was a festival of colour in its own right — a beautiful explosion of vivid sunset over the famous Tor.  Where artworks — and subsequent official art prints — for previous years have been a great sinewy coalescence of coloured lines, metallic inks and black, invariably based upon original linocuts, the 2019 artwork conveys an equally impressive display of radiance and strength of colour, but somehow with a more expansive sense of scale and grandeur.  The challenge, therefore, was to ensure that this brilliance carried...

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New Artist editions: Harry Bunce, Affordable Art Fair in Battersea.

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We’ve been working with the artist Harry Bunce for a number of years, most recently on a new set of editions that will be showing at this year’s Affordable Art Fair in Battersea, which commences Thursday 7th of March. Harry’s work will be presented at the art fair by long term partners, Clifton Fine Art.Taking a break from his open ended Sorry… project, but continuing the exploration of well trodden themes such as the countryside, rurality, flora & fauna, and the environment, Harry’s new works introduce fresh characters to his canon, each expanding with a sense of familiarity in bold new directions. The new works are comprised of a series of screen prints on prepared timber, as well as two...

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'M' by Peter Diamond

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Here’s a new screen print we produced for Black Dragon Press; one that we’re really proud to have been involved with. The poster is for Fritz Lang’s 1931 ‘M’, and the stunning artwork has been created by Peter Diamond. It’s the second time we’ve worked on a Black Dragon Press & Peter Diamond collaboration, and each time the process of working toward the eventual print has been an utter delight.  The poster alone speaks volumes, but we couldn’t not share these illuminating words from the artist:  “‘M’ poses an open question: was Hans Beckert a calculating monster, or a man at the mercy of illness? Beckert inhabits M early on as a huge, deadly shadow over Berlin, and later as a...

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Robyn tour posters

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Earlier in February, in Norway, @robynkonichiwa kicked off her 2019 tour of Scandinavia, Europe, and the US, following the release last October of her critically acclaimed 8th studio album, Honey.-We screen printed these fabulous posters for the tour. Produced in an initial run of 200, the posters are 50x70cm on 270gsm premium cover, and printed in 3 colours with translucent lilac. Poster design by @braulioamado with original photograph by @mark_peckmezian.

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ENGLISH CHANNEL — Rebecca Cleal

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Following on from the dark and brooding screen print series, YNHXRC, which exhibited in October of 2016, artist-photographer Rebecca Cleal is kick-starting 2017 with a brand new series of editions, simply entitled Water. The Water Series will be an ongoing and evolving exploration of a theme that pervades Rebecca’s photographic work, and will plot a geographical exploration of this one vital element, underscoring as it progresses the importance of this theme in the artist's working practice. The sea and the river valleys of West Wales made a deep impression on Rebecca’s childhood, and left a lasting fascination with the presence and flow of water, that manifests itself repeatedly in the photographic documenting she makes of her living environment. The first edition of this series, English Channel, was shot whilst journeying from the UK to France...

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OXYGENE TRILOGY — Jean-Michel Jarre

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In 1976, Jean-Michel Jarre made the opening statement in his musical magnum opus with the release of the original Oxygene.  20 years on, he released the second part, Oxygene 7-13.  Now, a further 20 years down the line, and a full 40 years since the release of the classic first album, Jarre has, with the release of Oxygene 3, completed the trilogy that will define his life’s work in music. For the project’s artwork, Jarre revisited the classic skull artwork of the first album, originally created by Michel Granger.  Jarre reworked the skull into a 3D model, and then captured it from new angles to give it a fresh sense of purpose.  Of the skull, Jarre notes: “The cover artwork became famous, like an...

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Le Boudoir by Malika Favre

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We’re sure you’re familiar with the work of French artist, Malika Favre.  White Duck has had the great pleasure of working with the artist on a number of screen print editions over the years, most recently this beautiful four colour print — Le Boudoir. 

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Exhibition announcement

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You are invited to an exhibition of photography, screen print, and music.The culmination of a 3 year collaborative relationship between Rebecca Cleal & You’re Not Human, this exhibition of screen printed photography celebrates the darker side of Bristol’s music scene. Whilst You’re Not Human are well known for their heavy and uncompromising contribution to the live music landscape of Bristol, it’s Rebecca’s photographic documentation of the events that has given a distinct sense of shape and presence to the scene outside the performances themselves. As both a reflection upon and celebration of the music, You’re Not Human is honoured to present this exhibition of original screen prints, each image carefully selected from Rebecca’s canon of work and reproduced using screen print techniques...

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