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Take a Look Inside Craig Green and Jack Davison's Evocative Print Project

Dropping exclusively at Dover Street Market London on May 13 for free.

Craig Green and the London-based photographer Jack Davison are back together for another project, extending on the image series that the two created for Craig Green’s eponymous label’s Spring/Summer 2021 collection with a new print project.

Releasing exclusively at the Craig Green space at Dover Street Market London, the limited-run of 30 books and a set of individually printed Tyvek sheet posters will be available to the public on a first-come, first-serve basis. The free materials consist of a book that’s made using a clear Green-infused aesthetic, one which feels tactile and hand-made yet avant-garde and elevated.

With this in mind, the books are wrapped in a riso-printed and saddle-stitched cover, while inside you’ll find Jack Davison’s photography capturing Green’s latest collections as an extension of what was previously presented for SS21. Prints are contrasted in colors and style, while additional assets such as loose pieces of card with peepholes and sheets of crumpled and creased paper add texture to the books, reflecting Green’s signature style.

The Tyvek sheet posters are even more limited, and come printed with more of Davison’s photography in a variety of colors taken from Green’s collection. At the top right and bottom left-hand corner of each print are the two’s monikers, rounding out the limited edition prints.

Take a look at the Craig Green and Jack Davison project above, and pick up the collaborative works at no cost from the Craig Green space on the second floor of Dover Street Market London on May 13 from 12 p.m. BST.

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