Pressing Matters – Issue 9

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Pressing Matters Magazine Issue 9 is available now at LOREM (not Ipsum). If there’s a theme running through issue nine, it’s one of community and resilience.

Available from Friday, 29 November 2019

Pressing Matters Magazine Issue 9 is available now at LOREM (not Ipsum). If there’s a theme running through issue nine, it’s one of community and resilience – be it the fierce friendship and ‘commitment to the cause’ found at East London Printmakers or the search for a new place to print like the adventures of Sinclair Ashman’s US residency or Kay Van Bellen’s more permanent move to a new country. Stories that speak of togetherness, but are never without an element of mild peril.

We hear from a host of makers taking inspiration from their surroundings and creating their own personal narratives, such as John Fellows’ epic mountain prints and Fenne Kustermans’ zines that explore her need for solitude. And, by taking a look at the positive effect that creativity can have on mental health, we shine a light on the importance of making personal work, just for yourself, as much as showing it or selling it.

Continuing our journey into the far corners of the printmaking world, we talk to US artist Don Kilpatrick III about his unique shoe prints and out-of-this-world woodcuts. Around the time of the launch of this issue, I signed up to a relief printing course and I’ll be thinking of all of these great printmakers whilst trying my best at linocut, woodcut and more – no doubt they’ll help me to build up my own resilience, to keep printing and make the most of being part of a vibrant printmaking community, both near and far.

Discover Pressing Matters – Issue 9.

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

Sinclair Ashman • Julia Blom • Kerry Day • East London Printmakers • Faber & Faber • Megan Fatharly • John Fellows • David Frazer • Tina Hagger • Alison Headley • Chandlyr Jackson • Mawuena Kattah • Don Kilpatrick III • Christoph Kleinstück • Fenne Kustermans • Louise Morton • Cathie Pavoine • Laura Slater • Elisa Talentino • Rachel Thornton • Andrea Torres • Kay Van Bellen

Details: Pressing Matters – Issue 9

100 pages, perfect bound publication
, 210 x 280 mm

Pressing Matters Magazine Issue 9 is available now at LOREM (not Ipsum). If there’s a theme running through issue nine, it’s one of community and resilience – be it the fierce friendship and ‘commitment to the cause’ found at East London Printmakers or the search for a new place to print like the adventures of Sinclair Ashman’s US residency or Kay Van Bellen’s more permanent move to a new country. Stories that speak of togetherness, but are never without an element of mild peril.

We hear from a host of makers taking inspiration from their surroundings and creating their own personal narratives, such as John Fellows’ epic mountain prints and Fenne Kustermans’ zines that explore her need for solitude. And, by taking a look at the positive effect that creativity can have on mental health, we shine a light on the importance of making personal work, just for yourself, as much as showing it or selling it.

Continuing our journey into the far corners of the printmaking world, we talk to US artist Don Kilpatrick III about his unique shoe prints and out-of-this-world woodcuts. Around the time of the launch of this issue, I signed up to a relief printing course and I’ll be thinking of all of these great printmakers whilst trying my best at linocut, woodcut and more – no doubt they’ll help me to build up my own resilience, to keep printing and make the most of being part of a vibrant printmaking community, both near and far.

Discover Pressing Matters – Issue 9.

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

Sinclair Ashman • Julia Blom • Kerry Day • East London Printmakers • Faber & Faber • Megan Fatharly • John Fellows • David Frazer • Tina Hagger • Alison Headley • Chandlyr Jackson • Mawuena Kattah • Don Kilpatrick III • Christoph Kleinstück • Fenne Kustermans • Louise Morton • Cathie Pavoine • Laura Slater • Elisa Talentino • Rachel Thornton • Andrea Torres • Kay Van Bellen

Details: Pressing Matters – Issue 9

100 pages, perfect bound publication
, 210 x 280 mm

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