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RUSSIAN WARSHIP, GO FUCK YOURSELF — Limited Edition #2 Screenprint by Sascha Lobe

RUSSIAN WARSHIP, GO FUCK YOURSELF — Limited Edition #2 Screenprint by Sascha Lobe

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UPDATE 2nd March: We sold out of edition #2 in a rapid time. We raised a total of £5735 thanks to all of your orders and donations. As soon as the payout hits our bank account we will donate directly to UNHCR and share a screen grab of the donation as evidence. We can't thank you all enough for your support and we hope that our donation helps during this time of crisis. Power to the people. We will are currently finalising the design for screen print, getting the embossing die made, paper and roll tubes ordered and will begin printing on the 10th March. There will be a long day in the print studio and we will share pictures of the printing process. All of you will be notified by email once the prints have been despatched. THANKS AGAIN!

UPDATE 1st March: After selling out of edition #1 in just five hours, we can't thank our audience enough for the support and donations they have given. We have decided to create a second run of this special print in reverse colours to generate more revenue which will go directly to UNHCR. We will be keep no money from this campaign and are printing everything free of charge.


On 25th February, Ukraine’s president Zelenskyy has honoured 13 soldiers defending Snake Island after reportedly swearing at a Russian warship that ordered them to surrender.

Against first reports, the soldiers, thankfully, may still be alive. Their quote "Russian warship, go fuck yourself", captured on audio clips, stays the signature quote that captures the sentiment of the Ukrainian people defending themselves against Putin’s invasion.

Since the beginning of Putin’s unlawful war, over 150,000 Ukrainians – mostly women and children – seek refuge in Poland and other neighbouring countries.

Please support the cause and pre-order our poster at People of Print. Limited to 100 A2 silk-screened poster, printed on 300gsm black paper.

All of the revenue raised from this project will go directly towards the UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency and we hope that our efforts, along with your support, help the Ukrainian Crisis.

Note: this is a pre-order, so please allow time for hand screen printing and delivery.


Process: hand screen print
Paper: high quality white 300gsm
Ink: hand mixed opaque water-based black ink
Format: A2 size (420mm x 594mm)
Edition size: limited to 100 screen prints
Authentication: hand embossed emblem
Wrapping: black acid free tissue paper
Packaging: black heavyweight roll tube
Delivery: Estimated despatch time 12th March


Sascha Lobe is a graphic designer working at the intersection of architecture and graphic design, he joined Pentagram as a partner in June 2018.

Previously, Lobe was founder and lead creative director at L2M3; where his work encompassed wayfinding systems, signage, print, branding and identity projects for some of the world’s most well-known companies and cultural institutions.

His clients have included Mercedes Benz, Vitra, Adidas, Hugo Boss, Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen, Kunstmuseum Stuttgart and Württembergischer Kunstverein. Lobe also created the celebrated identity for the Bauhaus-Archiv Museum, and has collaborated with star-architects, such as Daniel Libeskind. In 2018, Lobe finalised an architectural branding project with David Chipperfield Architects, for the Amorepacific Headquarters in Seoul, South Korea.

Lobe has received over 100 international awards in all areas of visual communication; including the Type Directors Club New York, Red Dot Design Award and European Design Award. Lobe was appointed to the Alliance Graphique Internationale (AGI) in 2009 and is a Professor of Typography at HfG Offenbach. In 2020 he was appointed as Head of Design at the Architectural Association School of Architecture in London.

His printed art works are currently held by the design collections of Museum für Gestaltung Zürich, Neue Sammlung München, Kunstbibliothek Berlin, Bibliothèque Nationale de France and Museum Angewandte Kunst Frankfurt. 

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