Pressing Matters – Issue 7

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Pressing Matters Magazine Issue 7 is out now. Finding inspiration for a print or even a series of work is sometimes a daunting task – knowing where to start can be a tricky thing. We speak to a fascinating mix of makers, all with very different ways of working but all sharing a big love for print.

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Pressing Matters Magazine Issue 7 is available now at LOREM (not Ipsum). Finding inspiration for a print or even a series of work is sometimes a daunting task – knowing where to start can be a tricky thing. In this issue we speak to a fascinating mix of makers, all with very different ways of working but all sharing a big love for print. We explore how they use shape, colour and texture with ink and paper to create something totally unique to themselves. Be it describing landscapes, imagined or real, like Nicholas Perra and Andy Lovell, or using found objects and paper cut scraps for abstract prints like Claire Willberg and Jonathan Lawes, it’s a real joy to see how people play with print.

How an artist chooses to tell a story through their prints is always interesting and it’s been a pleasure this issue to talk to comic artist and printmaker Jon McNaught about his process of capturing ‘small moments’ in print and on the page. There are tales in the tree ring prints by Nice Art People, stories in the ethereal cyanotypes of Craig Keenan and an animated fable of a journey into the afterlife (made using collagraph prints) by Marine Rivoal & Claire Sichez.

Another epic journey features in Pressing Matters issue 7, with Jack Blake and Barbara Salvadori packing their panniers and ‘cycling the paper road’ in search of papermakers, absorbing their unique knowledge and techniques – and finding that although the tools and people may be different the world over, they share a love for the handmade. Wherever you find inspiration, be sure to put it in your prints.

Discover Pressing Matters Issue 7.

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’…

Featured artists and studios

3rd Rail Printspace • Jack Blake • Rik Buter • Andrew Holder • Intoart • Kaminka Kars + Boom • Craig Keenan • Jonathan Lawes • Letterpers • Andy Lovell • Jon McNaught • Will Mower • Nice Art People • Nicholas Perra • Marine Rivoal • Barbara Salvadori • Claire Sichez • Atelier Titi • We Are Out Of Office • Hinke Weikamp • Claire Willberg

Details: Pressing Matters – Issue 7

100 pages, perfect bound publication
, 210 x 280 mm

Pressing Matters Magazine Issue 7 is available now at LOREM (not Ipsum). Finding inspiration for a print or even a series of work is sometimes a daunting task – knowing where to start can be a tricky thing. In this issue we speak to a fascinating mix of makers, all with very different ways of working but all sharing a big love for print. We explore how they use shape, colour and texture with ink and paper to create something totally unique to themselves. Be it describing landscapes, imagined or real, like Nicholas Perra and Andy Lovell, or using found objects and paper cut scraps for abstract prints like Claire Willberg and Jonathan Lawes, it’s a real joy to see how people play with print.

How an artist chooses to tell a story through their prints is always interesting and it’s been a pleasure this issue to talk to comic artist and printmaker Jon McNaught about his process of capturing ‘small moments’ in print and on the page. There are tales in the tree ring prints by Nice Art People, stories in the ethereal cyanotypes of Craig Keenan and an animated fable of a journey into the afterlife (made using collagraph prints) by Marine Rivoal & Claire Sichez.

Another epic journey features in Pressing Matters issue 7, with Jack Blake and Barbara Salvadori packing their panniers and ‘cycling the paper road’ in search of papermakers, absorbing their unique knowledge and techniques – and finding that although the tools and people may be different the world over, they share a love for the handmade. Wherever you find inspiration, be sure to put it in your prints.

Discover Pressing Matters Issue 7.

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’…

Featured artists and studios

3rd Rail Printspace • Jack Blake • Rik Buter • Andrew Holder • Intoart • Kaminka Kars + Boom • Craig Keenan • Jonathan Lawes • Letterpers • Andy Lovell • Jon McNaught • Will Mower • Nice Art People • Nicholas Perra • Marine Rivoal • Barbara Salvadori • Claire Sichez • Atelier Titi • We Are Out Of Office • Hinke Weikamp • Claire Willberg

Details: Pressing Matters – Issue 7

100 pages, perfect bound publication
, 210 x 280 mm

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