I hand-print my wallpaper, or send it to large-format digital printers. I cut blocks from large sheets of German lino and print them in my Brixton Village 5th Avenue studio, or screen-print them round the corner at Bainbridge Studios in South London. 

 

 Me screen-printing at London Printworks Trust 

 

That Feral Mob, a screen-printed wallpaper using the Toile de Jouy format. This commemorative design is named from David Cameron's notorious comment on two young students supposedly pulling a mounted policeman from his horse during the anti education cuts demonstration in late 2010. They were charged with violent disorder but eventually acquitted- the policeman was leaning over to attack them and then fell off because he'd forgotten to tighten the horse's girth.

 

 

 

This is a  two block, three colour design called Bicycle Chain. You can see it above with George's track bike (a Freddie Grubb 1959 Comet) propped against it for scale.

 

 A single block two colour design called  Pay Advice , based on the security pattern on the back of my pay advice slips. Dogs in front for scale.



PRICES & OTHER INFORMATION

All rolls are 10m long by 52cm wide, therefore  each roll covers 5.2m². The wallpaper is hand-printed to order, and delivery time is usually 3-4 weeks.

2 colour designs cost £170 / 235€ per roll and 3 colour designs cost £185 / 255€ per roll. 

Postage  within the UK costs £7.50 for up to 4 rolls. Within the EEC costs range from 13€ to 22€ for up to 5 rolls.

Price enquiries to m@matthewmeadows.net