Artist of The Month -RYCA

Artist of the month for July is the very talented RYCA. Ryan Callanan from the UK is a well established artist who combines both Street and contemporary pop art. RYCA took part in our questionnaire, check out his responses;















  1. When did you first become aware that art was going to be a big part of your life?

I realised I could be an artist when my income from art eclipsed my day job wages. Up until that point it was just a hobby.

            2.What was the first ever piece of art you created?

Ona Islam. An anagram of Mona Lisa, its basically a Muslim version of the famous painting.

            3. Who or what was your biggest influence from the beginning?

The making of thriller by Michael Jackson. The special effects and cinema trickery was my first fascination.

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  4. Who is your favourite artist you follow today?

Favourite has to be Kaws.

             5. Describe your art in 3 words?

Quantitiy, Quality, Pop

            6. Do you do much digital printing? If so what is your preferred choice?

Innova Smooth Cotton High white

            7. What are you currently working on?Any Exclusive information?

A few special things happening and on going things with Fatboy Slim 😉


           8. What do you have planned this year? Any shows you can be seen at?

A show in Chicago in November, possibly London at the end of the year.

           9. Are there any different mediums you are willing to explore in the future?

Metallic digitial printing, and the use of your new flatbed looks good.

           1o. Where can people find you artwork for sale?

Various galleries online and around 🙂 Google Ryca or Ryan Callanan.

instagram: @ryca_art



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RYCA is one of the most talented and humble artist we have ever had the pleasure to work with, and we wish him all the best in the future. Keep the support going and we look forward to seeing  many more of his creative pieces in the coming years….


Andy Rosen ‘The End of Generation X’


Check out the images from our latest show with Proud Gallery, showcasing the stunning photography of Andy Rosen. ‘The End of Generation X’ is running from 11th june -19th July 2015 and features unseen images from the early Punk era.




A young Boy George pre Culture Club working the cloakroom at Soho’s Blitz Club, outtakes from the cover shoot for The Jam’s ‘Setting Sons’ album, a slew of live shots of The Clash at the cusp of the band’s explosion onto the punk scene and intimate portraits of Johnny Rotten are among the many photographs that are to be exhibited publicly for the first time.



Print Post were able to capture the 35mm negatives, that had been in storage since the early 1980s, by scanning them in with an Imacon Scanner. We were able to maintain the grain in the images and after a couple days had the beautiful end results which you can see for yourself at Proud Gallery, Camden.



Proud Gallery (Camden) can be found at: The Horse Hospital, The Stables Market, Camden Market, Chalk Farm Road, London NW1 8AH.

Unable to make it to the gallery? Check the images out online at



WestBank Gallery – Moniker Art Fair

10626833_877136262297395_4483316425881737282_nWe had the pleasure to work with London WestBank Gallery at the Moniker Art Fair. The show ran from  October 16th – 19th at Old Truman Brewery  on Brick Lane. Be sure to check out the show which runs simultaneously with “The other Art Fair”.


We printed the wallpaper for the back walls and floor of the stand. The back wall with the very talented Rowan Newton art work, whilst the floor was K-guys dripping rose image. Make sure to go check it out….

Printed on our re-positionable wallpaper product. For any questions or queries please call us on 01279 406 170  







Josh Cole Wallpaper Project

Josh Cole Wallpaper 10m wall

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Sited in the heart of the Olympic East End, London Pleasure Gardens is a major new arts and entertainment destination. It’s a developing project over the next 3 years, with a 20 acre riverside site featuring open-air concerts, dance and performance arenas, historic and contemporary architecture and an urban nature reserve.


Josh developed his personal work by shooting hip-hop and street culture in the most dangerous and deprived areas from around the world. In addition Josh managed to make a name for himself in the highly competitive London advertising industry working internationally for clients such as Nokia, Levis, Nike, Lucozade, Nintendo, Vodafone and T-Mobile. His much acclaimed personal work has been recognized with several awards and nominations from organizations such as the AOP Awards, Creative Review Annual and the Sony World Photography Awards.


We are very proud to work alongside Josh and will keep you all posted on his latest adventures as of when they occur.