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Posts filed under: Print Maker

Amber Griffin

After graduating from Interior Architecture Amber craved a route that was less technical and more playful and therefore fell into illustration. With a modern and fun approach, she uses vivid colours and simplistic lines to create her distinctive naive hand-drawn...

ANTIMONI

As a multi-disciplinary artist, Suzi (a.k.a ANTIMONI) employs techniques that range from painting to needlework, photography to print, in her quest to navigate the world through a colourful exploration of magic and mystery. As comfortable sitting at a computer weaving a story...

Ellie Shipman

Ellie’s work responds to and challenges public, urban and socio-political tensions through encouraging and engaging the general public and a diverse range of community groups. Her creative process often begins by facilitating a series of participatory workshops in drawing, making...

Hattie Kingston

Hattie graduated from Bath School of Art and Design in 2019, where she developed her passion for Textile printing on the Textile Design course and now makes screen-printed products, predominantly for interiors. Her work comprises of one-off designs which express bold...

Jo Ball

Jo Ball is an artist and gardener based in Bristol. Her practice includes studio-based activity creating objects, drawings, screen prints & books, plus a participatory approach involving people, plants & places. Making and materials are central to her work. Her...

Klès

Klès was created in 2015 as a leather accessory brand. Following the popularity of her hand-painted bags and wallets, Jessica diversified her products to offer laser cut acrylic jewellery, paintings and prints. Klès was one of the finalists of the...

Made by Jen / What Doesn’t Kill You

What Doesn’t Kill You is a ceramics restoration service in the traditional Japanese craft of repairing with organic lacquer & real gold called Kintsugi. The philosophy behind this craft is Wabi Sabi, a world view centered on the acceptance of transience...