Limited edition silk-screen prints for SALE
Five of the nine silk-screen printed posters, including posters by Ella Sutherland, Bryn Fenemor, and the original three by Catherine Griffiths.
A1 portrait, 594 x 841mm
The nine limited edition posters are for sale on our SHOP.
Each poster is $43 (NZ) / $65 (INT) including shipping. Available also as a set of nine prints for $350 + shipping. All proceeds go to Designers Speak (Up) to help cover basic expenses and materials including poster printing, inks and paper.
No two posters are the same — hand-printed by volunteers with the assistance of Struan Hamilton and Greg Thomas from AUT’s printmaking department (and bindery), using Permaset inks on Colourplan papers donated by Paper Source NZ: Ebony 175gsm / Purple 135gsm / Real Grey 135gsm / Bright Red 135gsm.
Find out more about each of the posters (view them large), and why they were made:
— the three original protest posters (40/3, archive, and jury)
— the subsequent 42/3, and updated archive posters
— Ella Sutherland’s 25 Bros in a Row
— Bryn Fenemor’s Diptych Study
— our very first Directory ‘template’ poster
1997–2017, 40/3 Black Pins
1997–2017, 40/3 Black Pins Archive
2018 Best Design Awards Jury
25 Bros in a Row
Diptych Study Visualisation 1
Diptych Study Visualisation 2
1997–2018, 42/3 Black Pins
1997–2018, 42/3 Black Pins Archive
#ff3333 Poster Call, Directory of Women Designers
For more on our kaupapa, read about our Designers Speak (Up) hui/kai/mahi = screen printing session and our intention to build an archive of posters.
In Wellington? See the posters on the wall in the foyer at BWX, 282 Wakefield Street, Pōneke >> open 7.30am–6.30pm weekdays and 10.00am–4.00pm on weekends.
Our thanks to building owner, art historian, museums consultant, documentary maker, and former Director of the National Gallery, Luit Bieringa (who also scrubbed and prepped the concrete wall, so Rob Cherry could position the central poster to set the grid so Luit could then hang the full set of nine) for offering his BWX space and supporting our kaupapa.