Pressing Matters Magazine 16 - 1

Pressing Matters #16

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Printmaking is a useful prism to look at life through, using art to explore a world of your own creation or take a deep dive into the things you love – be that nature, architecture or in some cases skulls and flames. In the pages of this issue, we see... ​​Read More

Printmaking is a useful prism to look at life through, using art to explore a world of your own creation or take a deep dive into the things you love – be that nature, architecture or in some cases skulls and flames. In the pages of this issue, we see our featured artists stretch out into their worlds through the medium of ink and paper, with fantastic and often thought-provoking results.

We’re excited to have opened up our magazine insert to the printmaking community – we launched our 'Black & Red' insert challenge on Instagram at the start of May and it was fabulous seeing all of the submissions throughout the month. We’re pleased to showcase a wide variety of entries along with the winner. We hope you enjoy checking out a selection of wonderful work, made with just two colours.

And we’ve already got our thinking caps on for next issue’s challenge, so you can look forward to more inky ideas and inspiration in the magazine and beyond.

FEATURED ARTISTS/STUDIOS

Beyond Letterpress • Bryan Angus • Black & Red Insert Challenge • Pauline Cremer • Andrew Dolinski • Karin Eremia • Robert Grieve • HawaiianSalad Studio • Carlos Hernandez • Lizzie Hillier • Adam Hogarth • Luiza Holub • Thomas Mayo • Tanaka Ryōhei • Angela Snieder • Zarina


Pressing Matters is a magazine produced by printmakers for printmakers. With honest articles from some truly great printmakers, who share their techniques, creative journeys and most importantly their work, it's a true celebration of the people, passion and process behind the artform.

21 x 28 cm
Softcover
100 pages
Summer 2021
English
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Pressing Matters is a magazine produced by printmakers for printmakers. With honest articles from some truly great printmakers, who share their techniques, creative journeys and most importantly their work, it's a true celebration of the people, passion and process behind the artform.