Andrzej Klimowski's light hearted linocuts and installation celebrate the work of legendary comic writer P.G. Wodehouse. Klimowski, a leading illustrator / designer of his generation, has created a uniquely English period environment that we remember fondly, but which probably never truly existed.
Klimowski's graphic novels, book designs and theatre posters have been widely admired internationally. In a departure from his usual noirish style, Klimowski has designed a uniquely English period environment for this exhibition - an England that probably never truly existed, but which we fondly remember. Klimowski's designs feature Jeeves, Bertie Wooster, Lord Emsworth, bossy aunts, sporty girls and other characters.
The exhibition features linocuts, installations and hand made props. There are also prints, many of which are for sale. Klimowski's designs - originally for the Everyman / Overlook Wodehouse series - illustrate all 95 books written by Wodehouse during his lifetime. Klimowski's designs for the series were acclaimed in both the U.K. and U.S.
Installation objects designed by Andrzej Klimoswski, cut and engineered by paper artist Chisato Tamabayashi.
The exhibition is part of London Design Festival 2016. londonprintstudio is a member of Queen's Park Design District.