From St Vincent to Stewart Lee, Tortoise to Adam Buxton - see some of the the screen print artist's work ahead of his London exhibition this weekend
If you’re looking for something to do this weekend, the very talented screen print artist Luke Drozd is exhibiting his work in London.
It’s called ‘Can You Make The Band Name Bigger?’ and shows off some of the highlights from the last 13 years of his work.
Over the years Luke’s designed posters for an array of great artists – a few of which you can see below. He’s also created posters for artists like The National, Spoon and Queens of the Stone Age.
For many more, head to his exhibition at 91 Peckham High Street, SE15 5RS. On Saturday and Sunday it’s open 12-6pm. His work has been described as “part advert, part artefact” in the past. That’s pretty much spot on.
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