Posters from Chats Palace Printshop, London

As well as in-house publicity and advertising, the Chats Palace printshop undertook noncommercial work on behalf of community organisations. The posters here give a flavour of the interests and concerns of the times...
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As well as in-house publicity and advertising, the Chats Palace printshop undertook noncommercial work on behalf of community organisations. The posters here give a flavour of the interests and concerns of the times...

Many of these posters were produced by Chats Palace Printshop (1977-1998). René Rice, a printmaker and facilitator, set up this community based silkscreen and offset lithographic printing workshop, which extended to the provision of darkroom facilities and photography workshops.

As well as in-house publicity and advertising, the printshop undertook noncommercial work on behalf of other community organisations. The posters below give a flavour of the interests and concerns of the times, advertising societies, political groups, events.

Originally posted at whatischatspalace.wordpress.com

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