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James Bates | New Editions

Beautiful new James Bates silkscreen prints made using iridescent copper and gold inks…Clockwork Bird & Mechanical Butterfly - available now on Scream Editions

'Art's about communication. It doesn't have to stay in its ivory tower…it's allowed to be for everyone' - Tracey Emin article in Time Out today - only 8 prints left in the edition of Blue Figure III on Scream Editions

RUSSELL MARSHALL | KATE MOSS

“There are many celebrities nowadays, but few become legends”.

Russell Marshall tonight opens an incredible exhibition celebrating one of the most photographed icons of our times. Beautiful Crime and Imitate Modern present “40″; a retrospective of Kate Moss by artist Russell Marshall, to coincide with her 40th birthday. Featuring ten photographs spanning her career, we are reminded of Kate Moss newly emerging into the fashion industry to her present day career heights.

Marshall has taken these photographs and created ten canvases, in ten different colour combinations, to give a stunning visual tour through Kate Moss’s career as a model. Each image is available in the ten colour combinations, producing 100 unique screen-printed images, original, stamped and signed by the artist.

This show aims to combine art with Marshall’s journalistic perspective in also using quotations to give insight into the pieces and the enigmatic icon. The title of the piece; “Never Complain, Never Explain” alludes to an interview in which Kate discusses what she learnt from Johnny Depp; “I was lucky to be with Johnny at that stage. He taught me a lot about fame. He told me ‘never complain, never explain’”. A selection of these Kate Moss quotations will also appear on our walls to punctuate the artwork.

Marshall’s work has focused on subjects who are ‘legendary’, as opposed to ‘famous’; “celebrity can be so short-lived these days, but not so with Kate. While other celebrities have come and gone, Kate has stayed. Kate’s not just a survivor and she’s not hanging onto fame. She grows bigger, brighter and more iconic each year”. So it is with much anticipation that this collection is launched on 17th January, her 40th birthday and the eve of her 3rd decade at the top.

The exhibition runs 17th Jan-15th Feb at Intimate Modern, London.

So our amazing artist Magda Archer is busy working on her latest print today - check out the early stages of her new edition You’re Not My Friend which is coming soon to Scream Editions | www.screameditions.com 

Happy New Year from Scream Editions resident poet Mr Jamie Wood

A New Year is upon us thick and fast, 2014 will be a blast

The new prints we have on display will surely delight you in every way

For there is only one place to buy your art, Come to Scream Editions and make a start

We have all the best artists that you can find, we know they are sure to rock your mind

But before I forget and don’t remember, A huge thanks from us all for becoming a member

So go online now and check us out, if you like something just give us a shout

So Happy New Year to you one and all, I hope you all had a ball!

Jamie Wood 

Remi Rough | Library Street Collective, Detroit

Scream Editions artist Remi Rough has just returned from his first trip to Detroit to paint a new mural over 100 foot long. Here he tells us about his experience of a city where he discovered more than expected and left his mark to show his appreciation.

“An invite to fly 3800 miles to Detroit to paint a huge mural is always a nice thing to receive. To be honest I had no idea just how much I’d enjoy the trip tho…

The people from Library Street Collective who were curating the Garage Project, looked after me so well! Every care and need was thoroughly taken care of… Every material and tool I needed was found and at the end the amazing Rob DiMaria even helped me get paint on the walls as I was swiftly running out of time before catching my flight home!

The opportunity to leave your mark in a city, especially one you’ve never been to but heard so much about like Detroit is a hard one to resist. I’d read about its bankruptcy and immense crime rate but what I found was not that place. It’s a city filled with new opportunity and creativity! Kind of like Berlin was around 15 years ago. My piece was filled with intense colour but I washed it back with watered down white paint. This was how the city spoke to me… It was in a flux of colour, mess and chaos but all the while being cleaned up… My painting signified that.

The wall was over 100 feet long and around 10 feet high and it took me 6 days to complete on my own. Can’t wait to go back…”

Remi Rough, November 2013 

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Scream Editions artist TIND working at his studio, with his Dad, on his new edition The Lion Print – see more and read more at www.screameditions.com/TIND 

TIND currently works in his Athens studio using a plethora of materials, and new and old methods; he vigorously experiments with a variety of silkscreen-printing techniques. Although he was trained as a graphic designer, his foundation stems from the knowledge he garnered from being his father’s apprentice from a very early age.  Ironically, they currently share their working studio and rewardingly so, their knowledge is one that now spreads through different generations.

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SHUBY | In Berlin

Scream Editions artist SHUBY has just returned from her first trip to Berlin where she created a series of paste-ups around the city.

Here she tells us more about her adventure in the German capital.

“I had never been to Berlin before so going on a trip to do street art with Jeffrey Disaster was very exciting. I was completely blown away by all the large scale murals and overload of graffiti and posters all over the city.”

“I wanted to spray paint something new so I worked to come up with a sketch that was a little like my Crying Boy image, but the way it came out was more like a super hero girl with mask, ears and teeth. I painted this image under the giant Spaceman mural by Ash in Kreuzberg near where we were staying.

“Looking for places to paint nearby we came across an area called Revaler Strasse 99 which was a maze of painted nightclubs, derelict buildings and bars. Jeff found a stack of wooden boards and I found a fridge door at the side of a building that we painted and left at the roadside.”

“Before I came to Berlin, Aida Bragstarr kindly agreed to help me silkscreen print some posters at her studio in East London. A while back I was called a Warhol biting bitch on Flickr referring to me using a banana motif a lot in my work. This was the inspiration for the poster. I also packed some of Aida’s, Print Is Power posters to take to Berlin with me.”

“The second day of the trip I went off to find paste up spots. On my way round Kreuzberg I found some nice walls but further into central Berlin my favourite find was an ally near the Anne Frank museum. It is packed with paste-ups. I was amazed to find a collaboration I’d done with artist Toby that he’d taken with him to Berlin a year before. I put my work up by some of Toby’s and our collaboration along with some of Aida’s, Print is Power!”

 “On our last day Jeff and I went trekking through the woods with paints to an abandoned spy station called Teufelsberg that overlooks Berlin facing east towards Russia. I was awe struck not only by the site but also the incredible graffiti. Jeff painted a SpysRus piece with multiple heads in the listening tower while I painted snakes.

“I was really sad to leave Berlin, but looking forward to going back in April to explore, paint and paste-up some more. What an amazing city!”

SHUBY – November 2013 

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