Pressing Matters Issue 4

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Pressing Matters Issue 4

Pressing Matters magazine is an independently-run publication, honing in on the people, passion and processes behind the artform of printmaking. From curious beginners to those exploring the world of fine art editions, there are all sorts who are making their mark out of printmaking. We hope to inspire newcomers and give a voice and a face to the increasingly vast number of people calling printmaking their ‘thing’...

Pressing Matters magazine - Issue 4

Printmaking is a great playground for ideas and there are so many great printmakers out there, giving new things a go, trying fresh techniques each time they print, using the whole process as a way to improve their work and, in turn, their creative selves. This issue of the magazine explores the broadest reaches of the printmaking world – both in technique and location – from a collection of huge presses in Norway to an Iranian Paralympic athlete who loves to print, from a Czech studio mixing the mythological with the modern to brothers using print to shine a light on near-extinct animals. So go ahead, get yourself inspired by all the inky goodness in Issue Four and go play.

Issue Four featured artists/studios:

Addicted to Patterns

Marcelina Amelia

Michael Atkin

Booker Print House  

Holly Brown

Luke Carter

Hester Cox

Mohammad Barrangi Fashtami

Stephen Fowler 

Chris Fritton

Thomas Gravemaker

Dan Howden

Amy Hutson

Jeremyville 

Damon Kowarsky

Atelier Leckie

Emma Mason

Ketil Oftedahl 

Mara Piccione

Print Garage

Under the Skin

Upupæpop 

Format

100 page perfect bound publication, printed by Park Communications on Edixion Offset paper.

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Pressing Matters magazine is an independently-run publication, honing in on the people, passion and processes behind the artform of printmaking. From curious beginners to those exploring the world of fine art editions, there are all sorts who are making their mark out of printmaking. We hope to inspire newcomers and give a voice and a face to the increasingly vast number of people calling printmaking their ‘thing’...