Amazing film posters created by Print Club London for Somerset House's summer film season
16 artists – including Joe Wilson, Rose Blake and Hattie Stewart – showcase their prints celebrating the favourite films shown at Somerset house over the past ten years.
With the days drawing longer and the evenings warmer, Somerset House will soon clear its courtyard, transforming it into an open-air cinema. Any remnants of the winter’s ice skating rink will have all but disappeared, leaving nothing but distant memories.
Returning for their second year to Somerset House’s summer film season, Print Club London has been commissioned by Film4 to create a series of limited-edition screenprints, celebrating the Summer Screen’s tenth year of showing films under the stars.
Dalston-based Print Club London is a membership-based screenprinting club for designers and artists, which also offers screenprinting lessons and hosts regular gallery shows.
The collection curated for the Summer Screen festival have each been inspired by the season’s line-up of films – which include old favourites such as ET and new cult films like Harmony Korine's Spring Breakers – and use particular scenes, characters and even quotes to create a unique interpretation of each film.
Artists commissioned by Print Club London for Film4 include Rose Blake, Conecepcion Studios, Cassandra Yap, Hattie Stewart, Casper Williamson, Kate Gibb, Joe Wilson and HelloVon.
The prints will be on show at the West Wing Galleries at Somerset House from 31 July to 25 August 2014. They can be purchased there or online from Print Club London and Somerset House. Each costs £45.
Use the slideshow controls right and above to see more of the posters.