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Artists and Independent Printers

Mick Clayton - St. Bride's Foundation, London. The St. Bride Foundation was established in 1891 to serve the printing and publishing needs of nearby Fleet Street. It now serves to preserve these techniques and designs, open to designers, printmakers, and typographers. The foundation also houses a well-stocked library of works on printing history and a large collection of historical typefaces. Contact

Asya Demidova - Character Studio. Asya is an art director and multidisciplinary designer based between Dublin and Moscow. Contact

Patrick van Dieren - Van Dieren Éditeur, Paris. Patrick runs an independent publishing house, specialising in the fields of Philosophy, Theology, and Arts, including recent works on language and text. Contact

Lee Hale - Winterbourne House and Gardens, Birmingham. As curator of Winterbourne House, Lee adopted an abandoned printing press from the University of Birmingham in order to create the Winterbourne press in 2012. This is now a working press that takes commissions and runs workshops for the general public as well as academics, historians, and artists. Contact

David JoyceThe Outside Press, Dublin. Contact

Joseph Lilley - The Holodeck printing and bookbinding workshop, Birmingham. Joseph's interests include pigments and paints, painting techniques of the northern renaissance, printmaking (etching, engraving, woodblocks etc), and bookbinding/book arts. Contact

Nick Loaring - The Print Project, Shipley, West Yorkshire. The Print Project aims to salvage and recycle any discarded print equipment rendered obsolete by commercial users. Contact

Naomi Midgley - Parkside Print Room, Birmingham City University. Naomi serves as printmaking technician for the Parkside Print Room, and enjoys working with a variety of print techniques including lino printing, screen printing, letterpress, drypoint, and mono printing. Contact

Sean Stills - Distiller Press, Dublin. Contact