Please Note: This course has temporarily been relocated to Wimbledon College of Arts, during the summer period, whilst Camberwell College’s building at Peckham Road is upgraded.
Join us in our impressive print studios as we take you through the intensive and rewarding processes of hand printing on to paper. Under the expert technical guidance of your tutor, you'll learn how to break images down into separations, combine stencils and overlay imagery to produce multicoloured designs...
Taught by: Tony Lee.
Join us in our impressive print studios as we take you through the intensive and rewarding processes of hand printing on to paper. Under the expert technical guidance of your tutor, you'll learn how to break images down into separations, combine stencils and overlay imagery to produce multicoloured designs. We'll also demonstrate specialist inking techniques. Our aim is to encourage playful interaction between the printmaker, the image and the process, so you can be certain of discovering new and exciting ways to express your ideas. One-to-one tutorials will allow you to tailor your experience and produce an individual portfolio of work. Please bring along visual images to reference on your first day so that you get started straight away.
You'll develop a small portfolio of work, demonstrating a broad mix of techniques and processes. This could consist of a large one-off print, large poster edition, and print on unusual media or printed textile garment such as a T-shirt.
Who Should Attend
You may be practising as an artist, designer or illustrator, about to start a longer course of study or have just left college and want to print some work. It will be ideal for you if you are planning a career as an artist, designer, print technician, studio helper, screen printer, teacher or workshop assistant.
All Levels welcome
'Our course tutor, Tony, was superb, very down to earth and easy to talk to. He went above and beyond helping us all individually, and as a group. All of us came out the end of the course with superb work, all very different and varied in processes. It says a lot that we all felt that the course had helped us develop our own styles even though we all had been in the same class.' - Fiona Brown.
'Brilliant! Well equipped and superbly run. Everyone was so kind and friendly!' - Anon
'Very good, very hands on.' - Anon
'It was fun! I really enjoyed my teacher and classmates.' - Anon
Tony started work as a Draughtsman before studying Graphics at the London College of Printing (now London College of Communication) and Illustration at the Royal College of Art, before returning to Camberwell College of Arts some time later to study Printmaking.
As an illustrator, Tony has used his characters and designs (drawn in Photoshop), in a variety of commissions for magazines, as well as in animations, logos and t-shirt for various clients such as CBS records , Pentagram , Bermuda Shorts, Speedy Films, PC World, Mac World and most notably MTV , in both London and NYC.
Having spent the last eleven years as a screenprinting tutor, Tony is currently a Screenprinting Technician at Camberwell College of Arts and a Printmaking Technician at Farnhan College of Art (UCA).
He regularly exhibits in the UK and abroad and has links with the Underdog Gallery, High Roller Society and Nancy Victor gallery in London .
Please bring the following materials with you on the first day:
- Apron or overalls
- Visual imagery from which you will work (sketch book, drawings, photocopied imagery or photocopied photographs)
- Drawing pencils
- Sketch book
- Masking tape
- One small brush