Andrzej Klimowski’s light hearted linocuts and installation celebrate the work of legendary period comic writer P.G. Wodehouse. Klimowski is one of the leading illustrators and designers of his generation. His graphic novels, book designs and theatre posters have been widely admired internationally. In a departure from his usual noirish style, Klimowski has designed a uniquely English period environment for these prints – an England that probably never truly existed, but which we fondly remember. Klimowski’s designs feature Jeeves, Bertie Wooster, Lord Emsworth, bossy aunts, sporty girls and other characters.
londonprintstudio featured these exquisite linocuts in our exhibition 'What ho!'.
Produced as co-publications, there are seven signed limited edition digital prints and two beautiful screen prints by Klimowski.
During his career, Andrzej has illustrated the total of 95 books covers in the Everyman series, made films and written graphic novels. He has designed theatre posters and book covers for more leading publishers. He continues to produce graphic novels with his wife Danusia Schejbal, and works in graphics and produces illustrations. He also makes films. His work has been the subject of a retrospective at the National Theatre, London.