The upstairs space at Tomorrow Store is now open and we've dedicated the space to showcasing a selection of prints, clothing and other curios from Printed Goods.
Founded by Bristol-based twin brothers George and Raphael Greaves their influences, including Henri Mattise and M.C. Eshcer, are worn on their sleeves as much of Printed Goods' output incorporates obscure architecture, perspectives and bold colour pallets.
A diverse range of A3 and A1 digital prints encompass the majority of our showcase with each piece displayed using magnetic frames from Moxon London which compliment Printed Goods' aesthetic. A small selection of soft goods, including t-shirts featuring homages to jazz legends Miles Davis and John Coltrane, alongside tote bags and throws are also available to browse and purchase.
In celebration of the showcase, we've rounded up a few our favourite pieces from the design collective currently available at Tomorrow Store which you can catch a glimpse of below.
Over the coming months we intend for different brands, exhibitions and events to occupy the shop's second floor. However, as of yet, there is no set date for the Printed Goods Showcase to close so grab a coffee from our friends next door at Village Bookstore and have wander upstairs next time you visit Tomorrow.
A closer look at our a few of favourite pieces from Printed Goods...
Printed Goods Showcase