These hand screen printed vinyl records were designed by fellow studio member Bobby from Telegramme. Each is unique and printed with super shiny metallic ink.
Loligo is an independent screenprinting studio based in De Beauvoir, London. We love screenprinting by hand, from the tactile nature of the prints to the way the ink sits on the paper, however, the real beauty of screenprinting this way is that the slight variations give each print a distinctive handcrafted feel.
Here at Loligo we seek to experiment with the medium of printing transgressing the boundaries and traditional notions of print in an age of untouchable digital media. We do this though self initiated work, commissions, exhibitions and collaborations with other artists. These can be seen in the projects section of our website.
Using our experience and love of screenprinting we also provide an affordable print service to clients nationally.
We’re looking for an experienced screenprinter to come and help us out at Loligo HQ on a freelance basis, download the Job Description for more info.
Produced for Poster Roast at the Camden Crawl we especially liked Graham’s see through red glasses and reminisced about queuing up at Our Price to buy our very first album, Blur obviously.
We have just finished this very lovely print designed especially for Loligo by image maker Ryan Todd. Printed on 540gsm Monadnock stock in 4 colours and small enough to pop in the post and brighten up someone’s day. This is the first print we have commissioned at Loligo and we hope to do many more in the future.
These tote bags designed by Holly Wales In celebration of the Welcome To signs which greet you when you arrive in a new US state are printed in a very limited edition of 10 each. Holly is just launching her new site so get in there quick and grab a bag form her shop whilst checking out the rest of her lovely new website.
I recently screenprinted the mirrorboard cover of Ned Beauman’s ‘The Dolphins of Lagos’ the latest release and first in a series of lovingly designed short fiction works from Landfill Editions.
I did a little screen printing on this litho printed poster for chums THIS IS studio, the back exactly mirrors the front so my imense registration skills came in very handy!
It was the greatest of pleasures to print this charming 2 colour print for illustrator extraordinaire Al Murphy, I had to stop a few studio colleagues from sliping one straight off my drying rack into their sketch books… he’s selling them on his site so go get yourself one from there.
I just completed this nice little print for fellow N1 resident Katie of whatkatiedoes.netI was very pleased with the yummy colours I mixed up and was thoroughly hungry afterwards. You can by the print from Katie’s etsy site and make sure you check out her blog too.
These were printed in three colours on 300gsm Somerset Satin Soft white, a 100% cotton paper. Limited to 100 and illustrated by Joe McLaren, these prints were commissioned by Historic Royal Palaces exclusively for their patrons.
“Is it possible to make a poster of unlimited dimensions, a poster as long or high as you care to make it?” Bruno Munari
I recently collaborated with the lovely Holly Wales on a series of pieces for an exhibition of large-format posters at Fallon, Great Titchfield Street . Holly selected some images from her very large collection of photocopies, handed them to me in A0 giving me free range to experiment with printing over the top. I used this as an opportunity to print in a very analogue way by exposing cut our shapes and images hand drawn directly on to the acetate on to the screens. I then played with different transparencies of ink, colour blends, the contrast between matt and glossy inks as well as overlapping shapes from one sheet of paper to the next to suit the brief.
Opening night photos by Steve Bliss.
We recently graced the back page of Design Week for our show at Fallon. If you are a DW subscriber see the full article here.
This was a simple one colour print onto bookcloth for Vanessa Billy’s artist book Why Shapes What. Published by Ditto Press in an edition of 100 in association with Limoncello Gallery and designed by Kellenberger-White.
You must check the risographed spreads over on the Ditto site as they are pretty special, still looking forward to receiving my copy!
We had the pleasure of printing the fabric pieces for several samples before they were made into five wonderful outfits by designer Lu Flux. As usual we used eco friendly water based inks which suited Lu’s green credentials perfectly.