September: Sustainable Living – ‘Project Mkt’ Vintage Poster Market…

September: Sustainable Living – ‘Project Mkt’ Vintage Poster Market…

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The UK’s only vintage poster market returns as a 3 day pop-up at the Copeland Gallery in London from 23rd to 25th September 2022. Bring your walls to life with this soulful art medium. Admission is £2, accompanied under 16s are free, four-legged friends (dogs) are welcome.

The event was created by Harriet + Sylwia of Project 26 in May 2021 as the UK emerged from its final lockdown. With retail allowed to open but exhibitions still suspended, the opportunity arose to rent The Copeland Gallery. They came up with the idea of ​​bringing other vintage poster dealers together in a celebration of this unsung art medium. With 2000 visitors coming to visit over 3 days they were overwhelmed by the response. And so the biennial event Projekt Mkt was born!

For anyone who loves mid-century pop culture, interiors, art and graphic design, this is it the affordable and sustainable art fair not to be missed.

Projekt Mkt offers a rare opportunity to shop thousands of original vintage posters from the UK’s leading stockists under one roof.

The curated event brings together ten leading independent vintage poster dealers – each with their own specialty and collection – in a charming industrial gallery in the heart of Peckham, south London.

The interconnected gallery spaces are transformed into an art hunter’s paradise; with tables, shelves and walls covered in bold 20th-century graphic prints.

Find iconic pop, rock and film classics alongside Soviet-era communist posters, quirky French factory health and safety posters and the cheeky wit of the Polish poster school.

With prices ranging from £10 for a lovingly curated vintage treasure to £1000+ for iconic and rare collectibles, there is something for every budget.

“Why spend on mass-produced wall art when you could spend (less) on a rare original poster with retro charm, graphic impact and intrinsic value.” – Caitlin Graham, Rock Paper Film

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