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Re-Located to Woolwich

After two happy years in Peckham Simon Lawson Prints Studio has re-located a few miles further east to the banks of the Thames, within a stones throw of the Thames Barrier. We are now part of the Thames-Side Studios community. With improved facilities and fabulous views of the river just outside the door we look forward to continued success in our new surroundings.


Please get in touch via the button below with any questions.

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An essential for artists working in copper that wish to make extended editions or work in colour.
Introductory offer of 10% off or the smallest plate in a bundle goes free!!
Enquire below via for a quote stating sizes.

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Editioning Service

We can print etchings from your plate. We know that printing one or two can be fun but printing an edition can be really difficult, time consuming and often frustrating. With years of experience and knowledge we can suggest the best ink and paper, even help you with the size of print and the size of your edition.

From a BAT (Good to Pull), printed to your specifications, to a completed edition with a beautifully hand torn deckled edge. We aim to produce the very best image from your plate, exquisitly printed to your requirements.


Use the contact button below for further details and a quote.

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Print Publishing Programme

We are delighted to announce the launch of a new publishing programme.
Artists are invited to produce an edition of prints to support the printmaking studio and the artists themselves.
The prints celebrate the collaboration between artist and printmaker, providing the opportunity to develop their ideas and motifs through print.
Historically the results often develop into a lifelong dialogue between printmaking and the artist's regular practice.

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Are you an artist who would like to make etchings? Are you a gallery or publisher who represents an artist who would make amazing prints. We have the facilities to make it happen. Whatever your thoughts, put them to Simon via using the contact button below.

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