Artist Showcase

Too soon to talk about Christmas?

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Now that Halloween is done with we should all get ready to be bombarded with Christmas marketing campaigns and decorations galore. I’ve already partaken in a box of Quality Street and I’m pretty sure I’ll be offered a mince pie any minute now.

Although it may be a little early to be talking about Christmas, I think it’s a good opportunity to showcase some of the work our talented Print Social regulars have on offer. It’s easy to get lost in a sea of Christmas cards and gifts to buy but we think spending your cash on local, awesome artists is a great way to keep the creative scene in Liverpool alive.

Click the images below to be taken directly to the shops for each designer!

Ste Johnson

First up for the cycling enthusiast in your life, we have the gorgeous work of Ste Johnson. Whether you know a fixie fanatic or a more casual cyclist, Ste’s playful prints will brighten up any living space with with their soft colour palettes and bold type.

Cyclist Prints by Ste Johnson

David Andrews

David transforms damaged or forgotten copies of our favourite books into beautiful art pieces, which you can display proudly on your wall or bookshelf. We all know someone who loves a good book, even if it’s just ourselves, so these are great little gift ideas for just about anyone.

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Victoria Wall

If you’re looking for something a little more on the wild side, Victoria’s work features a great mix of animals from her beloved cats to foxes, sea creatures and more.

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Ilan Sheady

Got a friend who knows their horror films inside out? You’ll have to check out the work of Ilan Sheady then because they’re going to love it!

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Mark Adamson

For clean lines, minimal design and beautiful typography, you should take a look at the work of Mark Adamson. He’s got a great mix of typographic art prints, along with minimal illustrations which are sure to make your walls look amazing.

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Scott Duffey

Scott’s got a lot of great work, which includes whimsical illustrations, cool gig posters and now even the perfect print for the caffeine addict in your life.  Made with real coffee infused inks, his latest art print is a fun little piece perfect for the kitchen or office of anyone who wouldn’t dream of a day without a hot cup of coffee to kick it all off.

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I won’t be cheeky and shout about my own prints, but if you’re still stuck for a gift you can check mine out at thingsbyus.co.uk once you’re done looking at Mark’s stuff 😉