Pictures on Walls moved offices recently and today they announced the opening of their new POW Factory Outlet Store.
You can now walk off the street and check out new releases in person, purchase special customised prints that aren’t available anywhere else and gaze upon original art and sculptures by some top name talent. We thought of describing it as London’s most exciting new gallery, but in reality it’s a print factory with paintings on the walls, a few sofas and a drinks dispenser (not yet installed).
To mark the opening of this new space they have released two tasty new prints. These new releases are something a bit different - they're digital offset (meaning printed entirely by machine) and then hand screen printed with spot varnishes for added emphasis and real texture. Each is signed by the artist, limited in edition. Gee Vaucher (pictured on the right) seems to have something to say about the true nature of beauty and body image, whilst China Mike (pictured on the left) really likes dogs.
The China Mike print is available here and the Gee Vaucher is here
Open from 11 - 5pm Monday to Friday, 11 - 4 Sunday.
POW | Ground Floor | 46/48 Commercial Street | London E1 6LT
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