Danny Augustine

Instagram: @dannyanguish



2016/Present - SE Artist/Printmaker, Part-Time Print tutor UEL

2013/2016 - Screen printer, Jealous print studio, London

2009/2013 – Screen printer, Ryantown (Rob Ryan), London


Selected Projects/Commissions/Residences

Mar 2018 - FIX Coffee, Rebrand, London

Mar 2018 - FIX Coffee, ‘Cruci-FIX’ Wallpaper, London

Oct 2017 - SohoHouse group, 32 ‘Fur Coat’ Pigment prints for Kettners, London

Oct 2017 - ‘Screen printing-ultimate studio guide’ PrintClub London, book

Sept 2017 - Bilimankhwe Theatre Company, Scenic Artist for National Tour of The Tempest

Aug 2017 - Spode ceramics factory, part of BCB, Stoke on Trent

June 2017 - Molten Capital, Residency, Chile

May 2017 - ‘Killing Room’ Solo print Sale, London

Aug 2016 - Dirty Bones commission, 30 New York themed prints.

Jun 2016 - ‘Filth’ Augustine & Bridgland Monoprint Exhibition, Jealous Gallery

Jun 2016 - SohoHouse group, ‘INK’ 15 pieces for Hotel Rooms Redchurch street, London

Jun 2016 - Royal Academy Summer show

Oct 2015 - ‘Naturals Not In It’ Jealous Gallery, solo show, London

May 2015 - ‘Propaganda’ Ace hotel, performance piece, London                                                                           

Apr 2015 - ‘Club Banger’ Up down Gallery, group show, Ramsgate

Mar 2015 - ‘Behind Curtains and Blinds’ Jealous Gallery, Augustine & Bridgland, London

Mar 2015 - HEAL’s Furniture multiple cushion Designs Augustine & Bridgland.



Nov 2016 - Royal Drawing School

2012/2014 - Royal College of Art, Printmaking MA

2009/2012 - University of East London, Fine Art, First 

2008/2009 - University of East London, Foundation

How I got here …

I was born in 1986 and grew up in Hackney. I studied fine art at the University of East London and completed my Printmaking MA at the Royal College of Art in 2014. My work predominately deals with ideas of identity; I attempt to hold up a mirror to society's obsession with race and gender. I mainly work within the print medium but not exclusively; I have always thought that whatever medium gets the idea across the best is what I’ll use.

In the beginning I dreamt of becoming an amazing figurative painter but quickly found I lacked patience and levels of concentration needed to achieve what I imagined. Working in many print disciplines I like to think I approach each project with a painter's mind, taking me down new avenues, pushing boundaries and discovering new possibilities.