Saturday, 1 June 2013

Breaking Bad

'Apply Yourself' is the latest print by talented artist Paul Flanders, inspired by the hugely popular American TV series Breaking Bad.  This silkscreen limited edition print is priced at £40 and is available now from

Friday, 31 May 2013

The 39 Steps by Adam Simpson

Continuing Dark City Gallery's British Cinema Series, this beautifully detailed print by Adam Simpson skilfully and originally captures the journey Richard Hannay takes whilst on the run in the British classic "The 39 Steps".  
Two variations of this limited edition print are available to buy from 17.00 UK time on Friday 31st May exclusively from the Dark City Gallery website.

The 39 Steps print (above) is a limited edition of 150, hand signed by the artist and numbered, 24 x 36 inches and available for £50 from 17.00 UK time on Friday 31st May here

The variant edition (above) is a 5-colour print including metallic inks, hand signed by the artist and numbered, 24 X 36 inches and is a limited edition of just 75 pieces.  It is available on Friday 31st May 2013 at 17.00 UK time, for £75 here.

Adam Simpson is the brilliantly talented artist commissioned by BAFTA to create the artwork for each of the 2011 BAFTA Best Picture Nominees (see here). His artwork can also be seen on stamps designed in celebration of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.  For more information on Adam Simpson, see his website

Thursday, 23 May 2013

Wonderful New Art Prints by Spanish Artist Iker Ayestaran

Guess The Film #5

Yet another opportunity to win a free print!  Guess the correct film title tonight (Thursday 23rd May) between 19.00 & 19.30 on the Dark CIty Gallery Facebook Page.

Thursday, 16 May 2013

Brief Encounter

Brief Encounter is Time Out London's most romantic film of all time.  The film takes place in 1938 with suburban housewife Laura taking the train to a nearby town to shop.  Returning from one such excursion she is helped by another passenger to remove a piece of grit from her eye.  The passenger is Alec, a doctor.

Enjoying each others company the two arrange to meet again. They are soon troubled to find their innocent and casual relationship quickly developing into love.  For a while they meet furtively, constantly fearing chance meetings with friends.  Eventually they realise that a future together is impossible and not wishing to hurt their families, they agree to part.  Alec accepting a job in South Africa.

Their chance of a final goodbye is ruined by a talkative acquaintance of Laura's inviting herself to join them at the station and proceeding to chatter away oblivious to the couples inner misery.  Alec's train arrives.  He gently squeezes Laura on the shoulder and leaves.  Traumatised and hearing an express train approaching, Laura dashes out onto the platform in an impulse to end it all.  She steadies herself though and the train passes. Laura quietly returns home to her family.

This amazing silkscreen print by Edward Tuckwell captures the film beautifully.  This limited edition print is now available to buy from

Tuesday, 14 May 2013

Guess The Film #4

Another opportunity to win a free print!  Join us on Facebook between 19.00 and 19.30 tonight for an opportunity to own the next print in Dark City Gallery's British Cinema Series.

Friday, 10 May 2013

The Making of The Third Man

An insight into the production of The Third Man prints at White Duck Screen Printing.