We’ve teamed up with one of our favourite illustrators, Jean Jullien, to produce the first, in what we hope will be an ongoing series of limited edition tees in collaboration with Kemistry Gallery.
Jean Jullien‘s instantly recognisable signature style has seen him become one of the most sought after illustrators around. His work has been featured in Wrap magazine, on the London Underground, Byron Burger, and even on beer bottles.
The custom t-shirts have been produced here at ICON Printing using water-based screen printing for a super soft feel, and will be sold in Kemistry Gallery’s store. But… we’d also like to give a handful away to you, our awesome readers!
We have 20 t shirts to giveaway. To enter, simply do the following:
•”Like” our Facebook page.
•Find the picture below on our Twitter page and RT it.
The lucky 20 winners will be chosen at random and will be announced on 3rd October 2014.
Our introduction to Jean’s work came courtesy of our friends and neighbours Kemistry Gallery when, last year, their space served as the venue for Allo? – Jean’s first solo show in London. Here are some of our favourites from the show below.
It is just one of many outstanding and inspiring exhibitions that Kemistry Gallery have hosted over the years. Their current exhibition features one of the most important Modernist German graphic artists, Hans Hillmann, who designed 130 film posters between 1953 and 1974, including designs for landmark films such as Akira Kurosawa’s The Seven Samurai and Robert Bresson’s Pickpocket.
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