25 Monday 25th February 2013
The great guys over at The Photocopy Club are doing you a solid by giving you the oppurtunity to feature your skate photos in their upcoming show, Xerox and Destroy. The Photocopy Club is a bi-monthly photography exhibition based between Brighton and London. They put on open submission exhibitions where photographers submit their work as photocopies. Then they put up the work in Brighton and London galleries for one night, with all the prints being for sale for £5. That's a pretty sweet deal, you should probably tell your friends.
To get up on the wall, all you really need to do is take your pictures to you local printers. Ask for a black and white photocopy (A4 to A0) and then post it to them (check their site for the address).
Don't sweat it if you miss the deadline though, they'll also have an open wall for work that comes down on the night. That wall will be free for the public to ake what ever prints they like. The whole project's like a giant zine that everyone can take a page from. Cute huh?
Here's the latest (it came out today!) Palace Skateboards video, to get you amped...
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