Last chance: Festival prints

It’s been an exciting (and scorching) couple months since we gathered together a star studded line-up of artists and illustrators in Bethnal Green’s historic York Hall for the 2nd East London Comics and Art Fair. Did you make it into the official ELCAF wrap video? Check it here: http://vimeo.com/69874151

Since ELCAF, we’ve been busy putting the finishing touches to some of our Autumn ’13 and Spring ’14 titles. Keep an eye out for Professor Astrocat’s Frontiers of Space by Dominic Walliman and Ben Newman and Shackleton’s Journey by William Grill under Flying Eye Books and Neurocomic by Dr. Hana Ros and Dr Matteo Farinella and London Deco by Thibaud Herem under Nobrow Press.

But before the Autumn titles hit the shelves, how about something to brighten up your walls! Today we’re releasing the last of the limited edition ELCAF prints, which we printed especially for the festival. We sold most of them on the day, so stocks are very low, but this is your chance to get your hands on the last of the edition. What are you waiting for!? Browse the prints here.

Posted by mina on Aug 2nd, 10:52am

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