We're excited to be part of the inaugural Print Stuff, a celebration of independent graphic design, illustration, photography, textiles and printmaking brought together in a beautiful venue in historic York. We'll be making a number of new prints for the fair - more information soon!
Where: Saturday, April 1st 2017 10:00am
When: De Grey Rooms, St Leonards Place, York, YO1 7HD
Sofia Schizas is a visual artist from Cyprus, currently based in Barcelona. Sofia's work is concerned in the composition of abstract and imperfect geometric shapes as well as the abstract representation of nature inspired themes, all of it combined with the use of colour.
We're back at Inprint Liverpool on 24th July to celebrate all things print! This will be the biggest event to date taking over both floors at Camp and Furnace. We will be joined by over 60 local sellers including print makers, designers and illustrators.
Sunday 24th July
Camp & Furnace, Liverpool
The D.I.Y. Art Market is a celebration of London’s independent publishers, and emerging/established artists, championing original items, an art market for lovers of all that is D.I.Y. and self published.
Sat 3rd Sept
31 New Inn Yard, London, EC2A 3EY
We have been huge admirers of Ekta’s wall paintings for a long time and invited him to make a series of prints that are challenging and full of energy. Here, Yuck’s owner Mark, asks some questions to the Swedish contemporary artist.
The Hepworth Wakefield’s popular Print Fair returns in March 2016 with a host of supporting events which celebrate the art of printmaking. Held in a converted mill space and featuring over 40 printmakers, collectives and galleries handpicked from around the UK, the fair will provide a friendly atmosphere for both budding collectors and seasoned print enthusiasts to engage with all things print. Info: http://www.hepworthwakefield.org/print-fair
Graphic Arts Future
Launch party at the London Centre for Book Arts
Friday 27th November 6-9pm
Presented by Yuck Print House
We're incredibly excited to present new prints from Jordy van den Nuiwendijk as part of the London Illustration fair - come an say hello!