Black Dragon Press collaborate for the second time with Russian artist Ivan Solyaev, releasing a brilliant companion piece to 2019's 'XVII'.
Murugiah, master of bold colour and surrealist composition, releases a unique artist’s proof edition of his superb Khruangbin poster artwork.
Dark City Gallery go to the source, employing a revered Japanese artist whose roots lie in the ukiyo-e tradition to create posters for Kaneto Shindô's iconic horror films
The Butterfly Effect reimagined: Malika Favre turns her illustrious anniversary cover artwork for The New Yorker into a beautiful new screenprinted art edition
With Matt Ferguson’s standout poster set complete, we thought it a great opportunity to ask Vice Press a few questions about handling film poster licences, meeting collectors expectations, and what it takes to make something new out of something so well known.
The renowned Belgian illustrator and long established UK gallery team up to fulfil a near decade long quest: to create the very first officially licensed alt. movie poster for one of Powell & Pressburger's all-time classics.
Evoking a moment of still tension amid the hidden pathways of a familiar English countryside, with their new screenprint edition Sam Chivers and Black Dragon Press invite us into the half-lit world of Richard Adams’ literary classic.
Ethan Sharp set the bar high with his posters for Perfect Blue and Metropolis. With his third release, Paranoia Agent, that trend continues, as he deliveries arguably his most ambitious and complex screenprint yet.
On a first outing with French illustrator Marylou Faure, we had the great pleasure of screenprinting a series of new art editions, each one full of the artist’s signature use of colour, strength of line, and unmistakeable character.
Black Dragon Press has again teamed up with Melbourne artist Choo, this time to release an art print that is full to the brim with bold colour and immediate appeal. With a print where colour is key, we thought it a fine opportunity to talk you through what it takes to mix those punchy colours.
In melding the worlds of physical and digital art, Belgian artist VEXX asks the question —Do these two realities really need to exist in mutual estrangement? With the rise of the NFT set against an undiminished love for the physical thing to hold and to hang.
In 1981, The Clash cemented their cultural status as The Only Band That Matters, when they played an unprecedented 17 shows at the Bonds International Casino in Times Square,