Tag Archives: Aida Wild

Validation: The truth about my “IG Rage”

My website has become a necessary, time consuming & expensive burden that no one ever bothers to check out, but I am damned if I don’t and damned if I do. It seems like it was the ‘must have’ thing for any business and artist 10-15 years ago. Quite hard to build at the start […]

WARM Guerrillas: Feminist Visions

Photo Credit: Stacy Sowinski & Ego.A,Sowinski So thrilled & honoured to had been selected to show a section of the work Ego.A.Sowinski and I did for our residency “Empowered Printworks” at the Women’s Art Library, by the Women’s Art Resourse of Minnesota (WARM). The exhibition is titled WARM Guerrillas: Feminist Visions,on the count of the […]

Wash Booth Tales

Wash Booth Tales Born mostly out of boredom, little bit of left over phosphorescent ink and the idea of how much action my wash booth seen over its lifetime comes Wash Booth Tales. A series of short videos shot mostly in one take, on my iPhone 6, the films are tongue and cheek statements, comprising […]

Being Human Festival: Woman’s Art Library Residency & Exhibition

 I have been fortunate enough to have been offered a residency in the Women’s Art Library in Goldsmith’s in conjunction with the Being Human Festival 2015. I am working alongside side one of my longest calibrators and friend, archivist and artist Ego Ahaiwe Sowinski to show various poster produced specially for Radical New Cross and […]

Meanwhile Back In The Wick: Prompt Gallery

Meanwhile…………..Back In the Wick! “Having resurrected what was Hackney Wick’s first exhibition space in Queens yard, Prompt Gallery presents it’s debut show “Meanwhile Back In The Wick” which previews on the 14th November, on the 5th floor of Mother Studios. To reinforce the locations reputation of being one of the most exciting and creative artist […]

Credit Crunch at the Victoria & Albert Museum

I often wonder what fuels my creativity or why I make the things that I do but one thing is for sure, I remember the day that I came up with the idea for the Credit Crunch poster. I was still at the Brag Boutique shop in Bacon Street around 2008 and things weren’t looking […]

Hysteria at Maison Bertaux

Opening March 12th all girl collective HYSTERIA (Collagism, Aida Wilde and Shuby) come together alongside Jeffrey Disaster at the legendary gallery/ Patisserie, Maison Bertaux, for a special exhibition of mayhem and delight. Hysteria’s sui generis take on popular culture promises to be a feast for the eyes. Be prepared for scoops of sumptuous Technicolor “one […]

Hysteria at The Vestibule

Shuby, Aida & Collagism: HYSTERIA Private View Thursday 3rd October 6pm – 9pm 3rd October – 2nd November 2013 The Vestibule, 81 Redchurch St London UK E2 7DJ All girl artists collective HYSTERIA presents an exhibition of new work at The Vestibule Gallery in London. HYSTERIA is a UK based all girl collective of artists Shuby, […]

Life Still with Victorian Albert

Dear friends, I have produced a set of three new exclusive Print Editions for Nelly Duff Gallery which will be launched at this years Pick Me Up Graphic art Fair at Somerset House that begins on the 18th April and runs until the 28th April. The prints directly tie in with the theme of this […]

Sweet Memories-Sweet Revenge

  I really don’t need to say much this time, the photo’s explain it all! It was all decks on hand when the Sweet Toof Sweet Revenge show was getting put up by the High Roller Society. The mammoth space in Hackney Wicks Colour Works building was transformed in to a “sweet delight” in the […]

Making Of: Holly-Anne Buck Print

Competition winner- Holly-Anne Buck Little did I know a chance meeting with Holly-Anne Buck who had the next stand by mine at the Other Art Fair 1 that I would end up printing her winning designs a few months later! To top that, I actually think that Holly-Anne well may be the first lady artist […]

Going Wilde at the Wild Food Kitchen

It was a bit of a last minute rush for me but my friend Alex Daw asked if I would like to bring down some of my animals to accompany his artwork for the latest pop up restaurant for the Wild Food Kitchen in Hackney, as he thought the theme seemed to be right up […]

Making Of: Lennie Lee, Dark Angel & Specsaviours

I had been on a well deserved break from screen printing when I received a surprise call from what I call the original “wild child”of found/trash/sculpture/performance/instillation…..the list goes on for the artwork of Lennie Lee. You would think with so much experience and knowledge Lee would have had a Screen Print out by now! But I […]

Making Of: Flamingorama

Having always looked towards the wilder side of the animal kingdom for inspiration as mentioned in the ‘Left with the Unicorns’ blog post, I knew that I was going to be working on a bird theme collection of prints for the next few months at least. When I heard the news that these were potentially […]

Making Of: Scarlett Ibis

Having always looked towards the wilder side of the animal kingdom for inspiration I tried not to fly too far from the nest with the new collection of hand screen printed editions especially made for the Nelly Duff gallery in London. With some classical references and taking inspiration from the likes of John Audubon and […]

Left with the Unicorns

In my mind, I had been planning to start a bird based screen printing project for some time now. Many hours of researching through books, The V & A, The British Musuem and the Museum of Natural History  and a million photographs I was driving my self into a right tizz. So many choices and […]

Making Of: Remi/Rough Known

It was about a year ago when Remi/Rough released his first ever screen print Edition “Phenomenon” which was printed right here in The Glorious House of Brag by the infamous, talented screen printer Sam from Mula Printing. After the success of the last print, Remi was ready to release his second print edition called “Known”. […]

Season Ticket Art Fair 2011

Sometimes you make work and your not exactly sure where it’s destined for or if you would even get to show it. For me, the art show Season Ticket at he Old Shoreditch Underground Station was set to me my destination. As I explained my plans to the curators I could see all my hard […]

Making Of: Credit Crunch Wallpaper

I can see why making money can be so addictive as I think I have definitely developed an addiction to “Printing Money”. As I lay there fantasising how great it would be to be surrounded by money I had a epiphany! Make some wallpaper, this was the solution. As it shows in the photographs, it […]

Making Of: Otto Schade Amy Winehouse Print

There were spooky going on’s in the studio when these Amy Winehouse art works were being printed . As the layers of the art work were broken down, with each layer I printed, I could almost see in to the soul of the subject….never mind all the things going missing and being moved around in […]

Making Of: Hood Thingamajigs

Million hours in making but they are back. The famous Bragacalavas from the good old “Brag Boutique” winter staples. I had actually forgotten how long they take to make, start to finish. Luckily, I had found a batch of the fabric already cut out in one of the storage bags, so I only had to […]

Making Of: Limited Edition Black ZeVra

So, I had a happy accident one day whilst cutting out my Pink ZeVra’s, one fell onto some Black paper which was lying on the studio floor. This was the start of my mission to try and pull off a print on Black paper. I knew it wouldn’t be easy as this colour can soak […]

New prints coming soon

New Aida ’Zevra’, glitter Zebra screen prints coming soon to Nelly Duff the Columbia Road Gallery. There are two fantastic colour ways to choose from….you really need to get up close and personal with this print so that you can see the wonderful glitter finish! As soon as I put the last colour on these pieces I just […]

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