Ok, ok, ok. My gawd it's been an exciting week for new arrivals. At points I could hardly contain myself. There's a lot to wade through so lets get waddling, first up, 'Wild For Adventure' by John Broadley. Check the photos below for proof, the first three are classic instore no-flash reportage, the last two are thieved from John's blog and are clear and big for fans of the truth.
Sunday, 28 March 2010
Seripop (Serigraph Populaire!) is Yannick Desranleau and Chloe Lum of Montreal, Canada. They've been making the noisiest freshest most excitingly-est designed screenprinted gig posters for at least the last five years, maybe ten. They're getting much deserved art world respeck of late, having had a 2009 exhibition at the Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art and their posters welcomed into the V&A print collection. And that's just on UK soil, they've done much more besides.
Anyway, Seripop posters are great, I love them and you can buy all of the pictured above in Good Grief for £12 each, they're large (slightly bigger than A2), screenprinted and a poke in the eye with a stick. Rejoice!
Sunday, 21 March 2010
Get to this on Monday, the launch of MUSEUMS - the bestest presented and contented zine pizza box container this side of anywhere. You'll be sure to hear a lot more about it in future posts. Click the poster to make it bigger to read all what's going on. Good Grief will be in attendance with a stripped down contents table. Come one, come all.