Print Stuff is a celebration of independent printed matter.

Our first event took place in April 2017 in York’s historic De Grey Rooms, bringing together creatives from the fields of illustration, photography, printmaking, textiles and artist books.

Any questions? Don’t hesitate to get in touch! Please send any emails to:



& Getting there

De Grey Rooms is around a 10-minute walk from York Railway Station, straight across Lendal Bridge and towards the Minster. York is a central rail hub and can be accessed from many locations across the UK from all directions.
If you are planning to drive to York for Print Stuff, our cheapest and easiest driving recommendation is to use one of the many park and ride car parks around the edge of the city. York isn’t a particularly car friendly city
centre (which is lovely for us residents) but can be a bit of a pain for events such as this one. The number 2 bus – attached to Rawcliffe Bar Park and Ride stops right outside the venue. There are some car parks in the city centre if the car is your best option, and the closest one (but not the cheapest!) is Marygate car park. A cheap option is Foss Bank car park, but please be aware there is a 15-minute walk attached to the financially friendly option!

Meet the Team.

Megan Wellington-Barratt

Meg is an artist and educator, teaching art, fashion and photography as well as one half of Garden Book Club.

Kris Sale

Otherwise known as Krooked Blade, Kris is a screen printer by day, illustrator by night.

Using pen and ink, he creates intricate hand drawn artwork inspired by folklore, natural history and forgotten tales.

Jamie Mills

Jamie is an illustrator and lecturer at Leeds College of Art, Plus- the other half of Garden Book Club.