Inkspot Press is a renowned print studio run by Jane Sampson and Amy Douglas in Brighton at Enterprise point hosting the best facilities in screen-printing and letter press. Throughout March we are delighted to showcase a selection of work from the artists that use the workshop.
The studio is open to anyone who wishes to learn and explore the world of print offering a variety of membership tariffs and workshops. Find out more at
April: Seri-O-Scopic Exhibition John Howard & David Wilson
John Howard is a graphic artist based in California and exhibited in the gallery back in Sept/Oct showcasing a selection of screen-printed gig posters and 3D prints. We were all blown away by his work and have invited him back to do a featured show of his 3D prints that are incredibly psychedelic.
David Wilson works as an art director at the London agency Blink primarily creating music videos. His working process often uses a combination of live action and animation. Recently he has won Best Music Director for his video for Moray Mclaren "We got Time". On display will be a selection of the praxinascops from the video accompanied by a range of prints for purchase.
May: Open House - Futures Past Sam Chivers, Sam Williams, Jemma Treweek & Rhys Wootton
For the May Open House festival the gallery will be exhibiting the local talent of artists. These artists have exhibited in the gallery throughout the year and we are excited to be showing their new work. Frolics of Futures Past exhibited incorporates the artists passion for sci-fi based artwork, interpreting this theme in their contemporary methods.
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June & July: A Slice of Flatstock - Gig Poster Exhibition
The gallery is returning back to its roots with a gig poster exhibition from international artists present at this years Flatstock poster convention held in Austin Texas during SXSW Festival. Rhys Wootton represented his collective BRAG at the show and brought back roughly 150 posters and prints. Featuring a huge array of international artists. We have so many prints the exhibition is for two months with a change around at half way through.