Monday, 6 November 2017

See You at Stylist LIVE Stand C44


This November Stylist Live is back in its brand-new home of Olympia London, bringing everything you love about Stylist magazine to life across three days of experts, interviews, comedy, food, beauty and fashion exclusives.
We are thrilled to be part of what promises to be the lifestyle event of the year! From lush botanicals to beautiful abstracts our print collection is full of awesome gift ideas! Don't leave your Christmas shopping to the last minute, 
visit us in stand C44 and take some of the best graphic art in town back home with you! 

Thursday, 26 January 2017


It's hard to talk about Valentines day without feeling like it's all been done before.
As an alternative London couple your standard fare of flowers, chocolate, mushy movies and sloppy verse just isn't going to cut it. And as someone who's single and satisfied it's hard to know what you're supposed to be celebrating.
But we all have one thing in common, and that is that we're all London Lovers!
We've put together a list of five new ways to say I love you in London this Valentines day, and curated the perfect selection of edgy love themed prints from our collection.
Say it with a print!
1) I will love you till I die
A little intense, maybe. But what better way to show them you know them then choosing from our fantastic collection of music prints.
2) I love you, I know
Make them laugh with this classic cracker. Our film collection has more ways of saying I love you from the big screen!
3) Say it with food
As we all know, the way to a person's heart is through their stomach. So what better way to say you love them then getting them something for the kitchen. And no, we're not talking about a mircowave meal.
4) You are my universe
Take them on a romantic city break, or if your budget won't allow it, how about just a print to remind them that it doesn't matter where in the world you are, it's who you're with that's important.
5) We're all London Lovers
And whether you're buying this for a loved one or to treat yourself, remember that love extends beyond just that one special person in your life. Show some love for London!

Friday, 28 October 2016

FOUNT LONDON Christmas Markets - Welcome Start Ups and New Traders

Every Saturday from Nov 5th until Dec 17th
Fount London courtyard
10am- 5pm E8 3RN
Just 5 minutes away from Broadway Market and London Fields.
Come along to Fount Market -every weekend in the Fount London courtyard on the run up to Christmas! Fount London is a Family Lifestyle destination in Hackney where you Eat-Shop-Play, a great platform for pop-ups from the surrounding creative community.
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Thursday, 6 October 2016


Sure, graduation and your first job are huge steps towards adulthood, but what's the true sign that you've officially made it? When you get the keys to your very own apartment. Moving into your first (or second) place is a big deal, but we all know it can come at a high price. It is an urban jungle out there and It was a rude awakening the day we realized our Pinterest-fueled dreams didn't exactly fit our budget. But don't give up hope! Having an apartment that's chic and affordable is totally possible. The key is knowing the tricks and hacks that will help you save money without skimping on style. That way, you'll save your money for what's really important . . . the house warming party.
Buy Budget-Friendly Essentials
No adult should have to live with paper plates and sheets for curtains, but if you're worried about all the little things adding up, there are ways to get what you need while staying on budget. Shopping for affordable apartment essentials means that you can squeeze everything you need into your budget.
Add Something Old
Add character and save cash by buying your decor secondhand, a trick from former Bachelorette star Jillian Harris. Local thrift stores and flea markets (and don't forget Craigslist) are all full of fun and practical finds that won't cost a fortune.
Get Creative With Storage
Yes, your first apartment is probably pretty tiny, but use organization to your advantage. While you can keep big items tucked away in a box under the bed or in your closet, keep jewelry, makeup, and other small collectables stored out in the open.
Upgrading your wall art? Don't spend a fortune
Building up an art collection doesn't have to be crazy expensive. If you can't bare white walls, opt for affordable art.
Great news: We've got plenty of styles available from £20 on. Our London collection is looking amazing and we currently have a 10% off running on our For Students section until 31st October. So no excuse, get some art on those walls pronto! Check out was NEW here

Wednesday, 8 June 2016

See competiton details and T & C s on the website!

We are celebrating the arrival of Summer 2016 with our #EastEndWalls competition on Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest. One lucky customer will win a £100 voucher to spend in our London E8 shop or online.
If you’re the winner, we’ll help you get the East End Home look for your walls - choose some summer colour, a limited edition, a framed print for your little one’s nursery, or whatever takes your fancy. Come into the shop for a coffee and a chat about spending your voucher, or go online and enjoy a guilt-free shopping spree!
If the winner is an inner London resident, we’ll add a 1-hour in-home stylist consultation with Emily Chalmers from Caravan Style ( so that you can max out the impact of the art you choose and really give your place a new look!
We’ll be running the competition from Tuesday May 24th till Sunday 19th June - so plenty of time to get entering! You can enter once on each of these three platforms (yes, you get three chances to win!):
1. Twitter - @eastendprints - just retweet one of our competition posts to enter.
2. Facebook - find our @EastEndPrints page, like one of our competition posts and leave a comment to enter 3. Pinterest - find our East End Home board at and repin one of our pins using the hashtag #EastEndWalls, with a comment as to why you chose that image.

The winner will be chosen at random from entrants across the platforms.

Friday, 29 April 2016


The countdown has started, less than a month to go and it is with great pleasure that we introduce you to the talented artists taking part in the East End Print Fair 2016! 
David Shand
David creates screenprints based on decayed and expired advertising. He currently sell work through Printclub, Atom Gallery and Artsnug and he has sold work at the London AAF, the Druck Berlin screenprint festival. He has also just  completed a solo show at Atom Gallery.
Riccardo Campana
Riccardo started as a painter in 2003 and the last year he has created his first Digital Art's project "I AM COSMOS" a journey into the Universe and into his Higher self. 
Jane Smith
Jane Smith is a freelance illustrator based in Dalston, where she loves it! And draws masses of inspiration from her surroundings. Her work spreading across drawings in her sketchbook, being refined later, and printmaking mainly through lino cut. As well as working for a number of high-end clients, with names on her list like Time Out, The Museum of London, Ted Baker and The BBC, it’s no surprise that people are always looking for her work.
Maptrail Ltd
Maptrail Ltd specialises in creating unique and beautifully designed maps of anywhere in the world. Using data from the OpenStreetMap project their maps are expertly rendered in a minimal style to achieve an arresting and unique appearance.
Kavel Rafferty
Kavel is an english illustrator and artist living and working in Ramsgate, Isle of Thanet, Kent. She combines drawing, found imagery, print and paint to create unique images of real emotional resonance and genuine charm.
Her inspirations and interests – like rare old soul 45s, flea markets and vintage shop signs and type – help inform her distinctively bittersweet, elegantly nostalgic style.
I like that Print
ILIKETHATPRINT is a new brand screenprint online shop, run by Tirso Sanchez, graphic designer and printmaker based in London since 2010, member of Printclub London. 
Victoria Tojeiro
"I am a self-taught artist who dreams of illustrating children's books. Aside from painting a wide menagerie of animals, influences from my north western Spanish heritage mean that common themes in my work are the sea and its inhabitants, and a slight preoccupation with food. I use ink and watercolour and like to play with these to create colour clashes and strange textures"
Alfred and Wilde
Alfred & Wilde is an East-London based design brand producing bold geometric and typographic art prints, stationery and homewares, founded by artist and designer Simon Mitchell. The graphic designs draw inspiration from architecture and science, combining clean geometric lines with typography.
The first collection of Alfred & Wilde hand-pulled screen prints and tea towels featured modernist London landmarks, and many designs still playfully reference Simon's love of the city.
Tiff Howick
London printmaker Tiff Howick presents a collection of vibrant animal themed screenprints. Designed in Leyton and hand printed in Hackney, everything is made or sourced with the environment in mind.
Brut Magazine
Brut magazine is an online lowbrow art magazine representing illustration artists. The prints are either hand pulled or original paintings. Some pins and zines too
 Ben Rothery
Ben Rothery is a detail obsessed illustrator and surface designer from Norwich, via Cape Town who likes pencils, shiny trinkets and heavy objects. He combines multiple processes to create intricate and delicate illustrations and repeating patterns full of fine detail and vibrant colour for a diverse array of clients.
Hendon Press
Summer du Plessis is a printmaker, writer and illustrator from Namibia, who now lives in London. Intensity of colour is central to her work. She makes prints, primarily silkscreens. She enjoys narrative and the relationship between text and image. She favours hand drawn type, but has also been known to use letterpress. She is interested in humour, surprise, elegance and humanity. She also likes drawing with crayons.
Daniel Haskett 
Ben Hendy
Susannah Cartwright
The ethos behind Susannah's unique workshops is that people will learn and create for the joy of it in a friendly, sociable environment.Her aim is also to re use, up cycle and recycle products from the textile industry, making them beautiful and useful once again!
Saturday Only:
Print Wagon 
My name is Aidan Saunders and since April 2014 I have toured the UK in a hand-painted VW caddy freshly pressing linocuts and exhibiting a wide range of hand-printed ephemera. Dubbing myself the 'Print Wagon' I aim to champion the handmade and create an interactive print experience which educates and informs participants on traditional printmaking practices.... I also wear a bow-tie.
Impulse Prints
Impulse Prints is a business founded by Nick Wakeling. Impulse Prints specialises in pattern designs for any surface. Inspired by aboriginal art.
Felicity Taylor
Lost Monkey Art
Karin Åkesson
Inspired by her Swedish heritage and her love of sayings, expressions and memories, Karin creates beautiful items for the home which put emphasis on the sunny things in life, making her pieces the perfect gift for friends and loved ones (and ourselves of course!)
Sunday Only:
Kelly Noble
Marylou Faure
"My name is Marylou Faure, I’m a French Freelance Illustrator! My work is inspired by anything that’s a bit quirky and weird and I love to create new characters. I think that representing the female body in different ways is my greatest source of inspiration - I find it fascinating and I never get bored of it :) I like to use a simplistic, vibrant colour palette to bring my work to life.” 
The East End Print Fair 2016
At the FOUNT London Courtyard
Railway Arches 358-360
Westgate Street, London
E8 3RN
Just 5 minutes away from Broadway Market and London Fields, opposite Netil Market
Saturday 21st May 2016 10-5pm
Sunday 22nd May 2016 10-5pm
Twitter: @eastendprints
Supporting Emerging Graphic Artists onto Print