Our ILLUSTRATION + PRINT OPEN takes place 10-19 December 2020 in Deptford does Art Gallery, South London. All submissions will be accepted.

To submit please purchase a ticket via Eventbrite and email (subject ILLUSTRATION + PRINT OPEN 2020) with a short artist statement, images of your work and a link to website and social media handles. Please also include ticket reference.

Exhibition fee is £20 per entry and the venue takes 25% commission from each sale to cover the cost of the exhibition, venue, promotion, graphic design, invigilators etc.

Each entry allows one artist to display two unframed prints (size A3 and smaller) on a gallery wall (hung by bulldog clips) and have up to 20 prints of various designs in a browsing rack (all artwork must be unframed, in plastic sleeves with artists details and retail price).

Visitors can come and see the works of involved artist and buy unique prints, clothing and other cool little things…grab a friend, a drink and enjoy! Last year was very successful and we look forward to the next one. COVID secure venue – restrictions in place but not any less fun!

There’ll be two open evenings – both Friday nights 7-10pm with music and booze!

Deadline 2 December  2020.



This (real!) exhibition will be showcasing the works of over 35 artists so far – each will have a selection of prints for sale at affordable prices!


Emma’s illustrations are inspired by human quirks, a love of food, and things that just make her laugh.


Stefan Alexander is an comic artist, illustrator and Zine maker in the autistic spectrum, he enjoys painting original watercolours and hand drawning postcards and zines.


Her vibrant and textured illustrations are inspired by motifs or symbols from nature which she reimagines in block shapes and candy colours.


Hannah’s work is colourful and playful with elements of collage and texture being a reoccurring theme.


Anoushka’s  artwork is inspired by the sea, documenting it’s various inhabitants whilst finding shapes and pattern along the way.


Nikolas endeavours to explore the ties between folklore, spirituality, nature and people whilst exploring the importance of beauty and recognising the beauty in nature


Her work with figurative subjects, exploring the interpretation of symbolic objects, such as, sacred hearts, skulls and spiders, as well as text and numbers.


Georgia’s whimsical and playful work is inspired by places she’s travelled, nature and every day objects.

Lottie Mac’s artwork is inspired by the sights and sounds of humanitarian work, the places and people she meets.