We’ve been working with the very talented Fiona Kruger (http://www.fionakruger.com/) on her latest series of work ‘Urban Tribe’, which was shown at Salone Satellite in Milan earlier this month.
Read more about this series here.
These pieces have been handprinted with pigment and foil and dyed to give it the feel of exposed and weathered metal.
Why not add this J JS Lee jersey top to your collection of Insley & Nash prints? Available from The Corner.
Want to get your hands on your very own pieces printed by Insley & Nash? Then head on over to Opening Ceremony for these J.W.Anderson tops.
We just got these pictures through from Kevin Geddes. We are loving his new collection (and not just because we printed it!).
We have loved working with the guys at Cecile, printing neoprene and jersey for this super hot collection. It’s bound to be a complete sell out so we’re putting in our orders now!
Photography by Christina Smith - http://www.christinasmith.co.uk
Giles A/W 13 Gold Foiled Feathers.
We like to watch various programs whilst eating lunch here at the Insley & Nash Print Bunker, usually it’s an episode of the American Office or something else as equally high-brow and thought provoking, like Man V Food.
BBC Four has recently begun showing a series of 30min long programs called “What Artists Do All Day”. The frist episode following landscape artist Norman Ackroyd was shown on 19/03/2013.
This program is available to watch until 29/03/2013… Ye I know that’s tomorrow! But if you get a chance you should watch it as it’s a real insite into how Norman produces his amazing etchings in his awesome studio in Bermondsey, South London.
You can watch it here: http://bbc.in/WYvGVR
The series is in 3 parts. The first being Norman Ackroyd. The second was shown on 25/03/2013 and featured taxidermist, Polly Morgan. Not as good but was sill interesting viewing whilst ramming a sandwich in my face.
Fred Perry teamed up with Dover Street for a 60th Anniversary bash and invited loads of designers to customise the original 1952 Fred Perry polo shirt. We printed the J.W.Anderson puff polo shirts and guess what, they were the Men’s buy of the Week in The Times! http://www.thetimes.co.uk/tto/life/fashion/mensstyle/article3675364.ece
AW13 was our second season working with David Koma. This season was all about the Black foil. Shiny!!
We’re looking for an enthusiastic and hardworking individual to intern with us.
It’s a part-time internship (3 days a week) for 2-3 months with a 2 week trial. We will pay for your travel and lunch while you are working with us.
We are looking for someone with technical experience screen printing and dyeing.
The internship will include a bit of admin and helping out in the office as well as hands on experience in the printroom. This includes washing screens, mixing colours and preparing fabric for dyeing. Its a messy job so no high heels please!
If this interests you please send a CV and a cover letter to our email address. Please don’t send huge files, just a CV and cover letter.