Pints For Prints

Pints For Prints

Exciting things are ‘appening and we couldn’t wait any longer to share the good news with you!

As part of our 190 Birthday celebrations, we’ve teamed up with our friends at Camden Town Brewery to give you the chance to earn some exclusive artwork from some very talented designers.

Simply complete your Pints for Prints stamp card by purchasing Camden products over three transactions, head to the bar and show the team your app to collect your code. To redeem head over to Camden’s website below and claim your bespoke print!

Who knew you’d have another reason to get Together at the Bar this September?

Pints For Prints

By Sean Lingwood

Sean Lingwood is a designer and printmaker.  Sean has worked in leading design agencies in London and New York working on global brands. This is where his love of typography and bold graphic shapes stems from.

The Together print uses typography in 3D to suggest a coming together, be it of people, a meeting of minds or just of different elements with the idea that we are better together.

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Pints For Prints

By Jasmin Sehra

Jasmin Sehra is a freelance illustrator and designer passionate about identity, empowerment, self-love and positivity through her artwork. Her love for vintage graphics, nature, bold typography reminiscent of vintage film posters and cassette tapes, have formed her colourful visual identity in illustration, typography and design.

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Pints For Prints

By Studio Juice

Designed by @StudioJuice, the same folks who do all their core range labels, the illustration is an ode to everything that goes into the perfect pint – the process, the ingredients, the pub and the people.


For more details on how to get your free print, ask your local Youngs Pub staff.

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Pints For Prints

By Dave Webb

Dave Webb is the creative director at wearebeard, a small but ace creative agency based in the midlands. They have done work for a diverse range of clients that ranges from companies as big as Red Bull, Microsoft and Jaguar Land Rover through to Astley Vineyard (a family-owned vineyard based just outside the tiny town off Bewdley).

Being asked to create a print for 190 Years of Beer, Dave thought about different scenes and characters that might appear in every pub up and down the country, but he kept coming back to the simple joy of raising your glass with a bunch of friends. Focusing on the beer and the friendship leaves you to create your own narrative of who’s there and what they might be celebrating.

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