print by Tafi, King Athelstan Art Club
Tafi, King Athelstan Art Club
print by Tafi, King Athelstan Art Club
print by Emma, King Athelstan Art Club
Emma, King Athelstan Art Club
print by Emma, King Athelstan Art Club
print by Klaudia, King Athelstan Art Club
Klaudia, King Athelstan Art Club
print by Klaudia, King Athelstan Art Club
print by Tom, King Athelstan Art Club
Tom, King Athelstan Art Club
print by Tom, King Athelstan Art Club
print by Maurice, King Athelstan Art Club
Maurice, King Athelstan Art Club
print by Maurice, King Athelstan Art Club
print by Tafi, King Athelstan Art Club
Tafi, King Athelstan Art Club
print by Tafi, King Athelstan Art Club
print by Charlotte, King Athelstan Art Club
Charlotte, King Athelstan Art Club
print by Charlotte, King Athelstan Art Club
print by Ryan, Roblox sign with greenery, King Athelstan Art Club
Ryan, Roblox sign with greenery, King Athelstan Art Club
print by Ryan, Roblox sign with greenery, King Athelstan Art Club
print by Emma, King Athelstan Art Club
Emma, King Athelstan Art Club
print by Emma, King Athelstan Art Club
print by Shanaya, King Athelstan Art Club
Shanaya, King Athelstan Art Club
print by Shanaya, King Athelstan Art Club
 
print by Ryan, King Athelstan Art Club
Ryan, King Athelstan Art Club
print by Ryan, King Athelstan Art Club
Ringo aka Dt. Lollipop, Infinate Environment, Epsom Primary Art Club.  "I made this design because I feel like the environment is being destroyed.  I am particularly concerned for African communities where Yemi's family are from. The pattern is to represent leaves, and rain, and tears".
Ringo aka Dt. Lollipop, Infinate Environment, Epsom Primary Art Club. "I made this design because I feel like the environment is being destroyed. I am particularly concerned for African communities where Yemi's family are from. The pattern is to represent leaves, and rain, and tears".
Ringo aka Dt. Lollipop, Infinate Environment, Epsom Primary Art Club.  "I made this design because I feel like the environment is being destroyed.  I am particularly concerned for African communities where Yemi's family are from. The pattern is to represent leaves, and rain, and tears".
Print by Mikela, We are all stars, Epsom Primary Art Club
Mikela, We are all stars, Epsom Primary Art Club
Print by Mikela, We are all stars, Epsom Primary Art Club
Print by Calvin, The Lighthouse, Epsom Primary Art Club
Calvin, The Lighthouse, Epsom Primary Art Club
Print by Calvin, The Lighthouse, Epsom Primary Art Club
Print by Av aka Black Rainbow, Epsom Primary Art Club
Av aka Black Rainbow, Epsom Primary Art Club
Print by Av aka Black Rainbow, Epsom Primary Art Club
Louisa aka Bob, Cris Cross, Epsom Primary Art Club. "A cross shape was the first that came into my head, so I thought it represented me.  I didn't want it to be one simple cross, so I made it continue down the page! It's a symbol that art will never stop.  But it will continue".
Louisa aka Bob, Cris Cross, Epsom Primary Art Club. "A cross shape was the first that came into my head, so I thought it represented me. I didn't want it to be one simple cross, so I made it continue down the page! It's a symbol that art will never stop. But it will continue".
Louisa aka Bob, Cris Cross, Epsom Primary Art Club. "A cross shape was the first that came into my head, so I thought it represented me.  I didn't want it to be one simple cross, so I made it continue down the page! It's a symbol that art will never stop.  But it will continue".
Edie aka ETV ART, 3D Mini Builds, Epsom Primary Art Club. "My design was inspired by my dad, because his job is to check the costs of buildings and if they will stand up".
Edie aka ETV ART, 3D Mini Builds, Epsom Primary Art Club. "My design was inspired by my dad, because his job is to check the costs of buildings and if they will stand up".
Edie aka ETV ART, 3D Mini Builds, Epsom Primary Art Club. "My design was inspired by my dad, because his job is to check the costs of buildings and if they will stand up".
print by Tom, King Athelstan Art Club
Tom, King Athelstan Art Club
print by Tom, King Athelstan Art Club

Art Club & Friends

Print Run, June 2017

Repeating Block Print-Patterns Designed & Applied by Workshop Participants
Inspired by Yemi Awosile’s Orishirishi


Get Involved

For more information about this project and others please contact Natalie Kay on 020 8417 4074 or email n.kay@kingston.ac.uk.