Inspired by the bold, the whimsical, the clever and the imaginative from the work of many artists to the natural world around, Amy Rodchester Designs makes and sells a range of cards and prints.
Andy Vaines is a photographer and lecturer interested in documenting and recording found objects, fleeting moments and temporary landscapes, using both digital and analogue techniques.
Caboodle Magazine is a bi-annual print magazine that focuses on supporting handmade and independents while showcasing the work of illustrators, writers, photographers and craftspeople from the UK and beyond.
Working as Maggie Magoo Designs, Carole Fenwick designs colourful contemporary textiles & prints with an emphasis on surface pattern. Her work is mostly inspired by nature, mid century design & vintage textiles.
Catalogue Library is an independent publishing platform for artists and designers started by Catalogue. The project embodies the idea that zines should be a quick representation of a subject or idea. This ethos is carried through into the production of our zines, printed with basic materials and made by hand.
Colours May Vary is based in Leeds and is an independent shop stocking a range of beautiful, useful and inspirational wares.
Dan Howden is a printmaker from York who specialises in reduction linocut. His vivid, and limited, prints illustrate the architecture he’s witnessed whilst on his travels, both home and abroad.
Handmade, screen printed stationery and home wares featuring graphic and geometric patterns in a mid-century colour palette.
Dominic Kesterton is an illustrator or artist and making bold, graphic and colourful risograph prints, zines, screen prints, t shirts and pins.
Eleni Kalorkoti is an illustrator living and working in London, making zines, prints, cards and comics.
Emily Hayes is freelance Illustrator and Designer based in York. Her work combines fact and fiction in imaginative, original and humorous ways. She is excellent at capturing the essence of a character, narrative and atmosphere through drawing, printmaking and bold, striking colours.
Katie Riddell (iro.design), Ian Morris and Callum Dawes are three artists (who frequently collaborate together) and all have an invested interest in print. They sell items such as cards (the pleasantly disrespectful range by Callum & Katie), riso prints, handmade notebooks and more exclusive items.
James Green works in linocut and screen-print, mainly in two or three colours. His subjects are landscapes, UK wildlife and surreal donkey compositions.
Joe Gilmore is a graphic designer, artist and teacher based in York. His practice deals mainly with the design of books and publicity materials for art institutions and artists. Alongside this practice he produces self-initiated projects in the form of small editions of artist’s books and prints.
Josie Blue Molloy is a printmaker based in London creating work primarily through screen printing. Her work is colourful, abstract and lively, combining bold shapes and textured details to create prints that are influenced by architectural form, the Bauhaus and combination of light and shadow.
Screen printer by day, illustrator by night. Kris Sale aka Krooked Blade takes influence from a love of folklore, forgotten tales and natural history to create a variety of hand drawn screen printed matter.
Laura Slater produces arresting printed objects for everyday use within our homes. Informed by the interaction of colour and shape, the designs focus on the translation of drawing and surface through hand printed processes.
Students across all years of the BA(Hons) Illustration degree programme at Leeds College of Art will be showcasing a mix of print, zine, book and textile pieces.
Canterbury-based small press producing illustrated poetry books, zines, photography books and Foxhole magazine (which features a mix of fiction, non-fiction, photography, illustration), as well as ‘The Injuries of Time’, the first in a series of books that explore the authority of the printed word.
Lizzy Stewart is an illustrator and artist currently based in London inspired by the world around her, stories, people, folk culture and music
Louise Smurthwaite is a screen printer whose work is based on travelling and journeys. She makes prints on paper, wooden decorations and brooches, cards, tote bags and zines.
Marko (aka Mark Wheatley) is a printmaker based in Worthing, West Sussex. He specialises in prints, collage, zines and spontaneous 3D creations with an interest in exploring form, colour and abstraction with playfully constructed compositions.
Mat is a graphic designer whose work is inspired both by traditional typographic discipline as well as the immediacy and political message of street art, he is creative director of LazenbyBrown in York and also Master of the Guild of Media Arts.
Matthew Swan is an artist living and working in South London, making prints, cards and comics.
Matthew the Horse is an illustrator, artist, poet and educator who has been making wobbly, heartfelt art since 2006. He is interested in play, performance, improvisation and chips. He will have a new poetry publication available at Print Stuff this spring.
MEDIUM are a collective of students from the 3rd year of BA Graphic Arts and Design at Leeds Beckett. They are lovers of printed matter in all its forms and will be showcasing an assortment of prints, zines and printed textiles.
Melanie Wickham is an artist interested in all things lino printed, using the natural world as inspiration finding quirks and humour wherever she can.
Bold, colourful screenprinted typographic textile accessories, tea towels, cartographic hankies, patterned pouches, greeting cards and illustrative mono-screenprints on paper.
Nathan Walker is a performance artist and poet based in York. His work considers language as an action through phonic, sonic and visual forms of writing. His bookworks, zines and performance scores are simple typographic explorations of the relationships between poetry and performance.
North or Nowt print commissioned gig posters for northern based gigs in the Leeds area, they also print one off unique art prints of varying content. Their inspiration and content comes from found imagery and internet archives with subject matters ranging from nuns to beauty treatments to 1950s advertisements.
Peter Byrne is a photographer from York. His Cowboy series of images were taken during a year long visit to about 40 different ranches in the U.S with an interest in the landscape of the American West and its relationship with the people who work the land.
Phoebe Stephenson is a Newcastle based print maker and illustrator, specialising in hand carved, inked and pulled lino cut prints as well as printed greeting cards and jewellery. A lot of inspiration for her designs come from nature, folklore, dreams and historical European artworks.
Launching in early 2017, Pressures & Perspectives is a website designed to highlight how mental illnesses, such as depression, bi-polar and stress affect creatives working across the UK. This is accompanied by a zine which features a range of illustrations, editorials and design – offering readers an opportunity to experience those ideas in a different format.
Travelling illustrator and printmaker, touring the UK in his Print Wagon freshly pressing linocuts and exhibiting a wide range of hand-printed ephemera.
Rheannon Ormond is a Liverpool based illustrator inspired by fairytales, nature, Victoriana, romance, curiosities and magic.
Set the controls, is a not for profit contemporary art gallery that supports emerging artists through its public programme and private studios. For the last 2 years set the controls has been developing a series of limited edition contemporary artists prints that are sold to raise money for the organisation and allow the general public to collect contemporary art at an affordable price.
Toucan Tango is a print duo (trio if you count Pip the dog) based on Merseyside. Printing in their home studio, producing screenprinted gifts to make you or another smile.
Tom Kindley’s work is inspired by a wide range of subject matter but a common theme that he is drawn to is Mythology. His ideas are usually realised in zines or comics that are printed on a risograph.
Johanna Wilson creates artwork for musicians and events as well as art prints and illustration for editorial pieces and group projects. She tends to experiment with colour and techniques as well as surreal imagery, with collage and hand drawn elements going into each print.
The Archipelago are a design studio based in Leeds. Alongside client work they have established two studio projects, The Plant Room and The Archipelago Press in both cases working collaboratively with other creatives on exhibitions, products, publications and events.
The Printed Peanut is an ever-expanding collection of illustrated products for kids and grown-ups, keeping traditional toys and games alive with a creative and modern twist. All products are manufactured in the UK and aim to use eco-friendly materials wherever possible.
Woody Woods creates bright, bold and fun illustrations with a wry sense of humour, using a mix of different media to create character-driven work.