Tonight sees the opening of a show put on by Camberwell illustration students and looks as though it’s going to be a bit of a treat.
Described to me as “a collection of hand rendered prints combining traditional printing techniques with modern concepts to create a collection of new, exciting works.” Twinned with having been along to one of these shows before I’m definitely going to have a peruse. Featuring some lovingly crafted work including these lino cut flyers by Martha Smith.
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