Some of you will already be aware of the Black Heart Bar in Camden, which has 31 gigposters on the walls, curated and framed by Poster Roast. The bad news is it’s all coming down.
The good news is that from the ashes shall rise a new, ongoing, UKPA curated exhibition.
Opening on Thursday the 29th Novemeber, The night will also see the launch of the brand new UKPA website, an online resource to keep you up to date with everything the UKPA is organising, as well as information on commissioning and making gig posters and a directory of active UK artists.
And if that wasnt enough, on Saturday Dec 1st For one day only, you can pop along to the UKPA’s Pop-Up Gig Poster Bazaar!
In the surrounds of the Black Heart pub and the new UKPA Gig Poster Gallery, it’s a chance to buy some amazing, limited-edition, screenprinted gig poster work from a selection of the UK’s best poster artists, alongside other artisan wares all at great prices. Bring that folding cash and pick up a bargain just in time for Christmas.
Yes its that time of year again, this coming Sunday sees another incredible Radfest put on by the ever awesome Sexbeat.
We’ll be there, showing off some of the best UK gigposters and generally hanging out. come down! details below..
Fellow Poster Fans, we have a nice last minute announcement, in collaboration with the lovely folk at This D.I.Y, we will be having a mini exhibition and generally representing at Jubilee All-Dayer in the Bermondsey Biscuit Factory this bank holiday monday. And to go along with the event, our very own Tom Lacey has done this bitchin’ print which will be sold at the show. Doors at 12.30pm, only £6 quid and it’s a bill chock for of Fuck the Royals fun.
See you there for prints and pints.
The folks over at UKPA are getting ready to unleash one hell of an amazing poster exhibition. Involving many gigposter artists from all over the world, the line up has yet to be announced, but we have insider knowledge that it will definitely not disappoint. So make a note in your diary – May 11th, 12th & 13th at the Rag Factory, London. More information to come soon!
On February 24th, Poster Roast took a trip down to Brighton and hung out at the Glug festival down there. Tom Lacey took to the helm in setting up a lovely little exhibition representing a range of UK screen printed poster artists. We all think it all looked rather lovely! Go over to the past events section and have a look at a few larger snaps.