About House of GOGS

House of Gogs aka Gordon Robertson graduated in printed textiles and printmaking at Grays School of Art in Aberdeen. On moving to London he worked as a fine art printer for Alecto Historical Editions, in association with the Natural history Museum, on the Banks’ Florilegium, 743 botanical engravings made from the plant studies collected during Captain Cook’s first tour round the world, one of the largest printing projects ever undertaken.

He later worked at Hope Sufference Studios producing editions for artists including Anthony Gormley and Christopher Le Brun.

Now based at Clements Yard, one of the Victorian mews artisans’ yards on the Pullens Estate, he still works using screen-printing and etching techniques.  The etched metal has now taken precedence over the printed medium, producing highly patterned silver and pewter jewellery and tableware.

The pewter chargers and plates were showcased at the 2010 Tent Design Show by the Gas Art Agency and featured in the January 2011 edition of Elle Decoration.

All things Disco, Punk, House, Op Art to Pop Art and back again, the Renaissance and Italy keep House of Gogs a happy man.

You can visit House of Gogs by appointment or come to the popular open studio events which are held bi-annually on the first weekend of July and the first weekend of December.