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Mother Drucker, which opened about a year ago just around the corner from our studio, is the kind of place that in the age of the supposedly all-consuming, all-replacing Internet by all means should not exist. Dedicated to the art of screenprinting, it is part gallery, part workshop, as long as it involves manual labour, silk screens, squeegees and water-based inks. It has exactly the same smell of sweat and cigarette breaks about it that our screenprinting workshops at college used to have, which was so much more sexy and gratifying than the computer labs.

To get a taste of their work, head over Urban Spree Gallery on Friday, where they will celebrate the launch of Grand Boucle cycling magazine with a bonanza of screenprinted posters, vintage bikes and of course the first issue of the Grand Boucle.

Urban Spree Gallery
RAW Tempel Revaler Str.99
July 20th / 19:00 – 22:00

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