Our Next Event
6th & 7th November 2021
This November, Liverpool Print Fair is hosting a two-day art market, gathering independent artists and designers with a unique variety of original and handmade art prints for sale. Whether you want something to hang in your home office, or a gift to brighten up a new home, there will be plenty to choose from at the fair.
Below you can find all of the confirmed artists who will be selling their prints at our next fair. Make sure to pay attention to the days each will be attending as they're all different on Saturday and Sunday.
Aimee Jones' work focuses predominantly on the elements of rural life. There are certain view points within the landscape that create a sense of freedom and escape. In relation to this is the corvids that you will see as a recurring theme within Aimee's works; they are striking and captivating creatures.
Anna Nelson from Fabritzia Design is inspired by her surroundings, be that nature or the city, immersing herself in the culture and getting to know the people. Landmarks and their significance to a community capture her imagination and Anna likes to explore that sense of hometown pride in her work.
SANS Studio specialises in limited edition products that celebrate handmade techniques. Screen-printing lies at the forefront of the studio, with many pieces embracing the beauty of imperfection found in repeated forms and individualities between reclaimed objects like old books, photographs and records.
Molly Newport produces a range of illustrations, small batch prints and recycled greetings cards. Molly loves to combine the familiarity of everyday objects and scenarios with a magical possibility in her prints.
Laura Alice is an artist and printmaker based near Ilkley, where she takes inspiration from the bird life on the moor and surrounding areas. She creates vivid, textural images of birds combined with abstract shapes in a variety of media such as screen print, linocut, collage, paint and risograph.
Vincent Patterson is a mixed media artist who blends big colours and bold imagery to create one-off pieces. Affordable, one-off originals are the order of the day with an eclectic mix of visual treats to brighten up your walls.
Anna Wilson uses a range of printmaking techniques including etching, linocut, collagraph and drypoint. Her earlier prints are heavily influenced by the outdoors and the opportunistic findings of materials in unnatural environments. More recently, Anna's work takes inspiration from the ambivalence of human emotions, highlighted through the layering of ambiguous geometric forms.
Since graduating from the Glasgow School of Art in 2018, Georgia's practice features a selection of monotype, risograph and silkscreen prints. These prints are a response to those intimate treasures unearthed from soil, city and sea, that saturate the surface of the landscape.
Underway Studio is a creative collective based in South London. Founded in 2015, the four members work collaboratively on design projects using silk-screen print as a primary medium, passing designs between the collective before they are printed.
LocalHotelParking is a surrealist hand cut collage artist. She is influenced by dreamscapes and the forgotten imagery of picture books time has forgotten.
Based in the Cotswolds, STISH. specialises in limited linocut prints and exclusively uses recycled, donated or repurposed paper to print on. A blend of contemporary gothic, folklore, Scandinavian and renaissance ideals run through each piece.
Influenced by the environment, drawing is the most important part of Tara Dean's practice. Exploring and looking at all the smaller details in any place she might find herself in. The screen printing process allows for initial lines and marks found in Tara's sketchbooks to transform.
Bev Hayes is a British born visual artist based in Sweden, working in the media of Visual Arts, Digital Photography and Analogue Printmaking from a self developed print studio.
Kevin McNulty is a compulsive print maker creating screen printed collages that combine photography, pattern and texture. He experiments with process and technique to produce spontaneous mono prints and short run limited editions.
Laura Knight Studio create architecturally inspired stationery, home wares and gifts. Proving that colour and pattern can be simple, contemporary and minimal.
Letterpress prints of funny, colloquial or inspirational quotes feature mainly, combining vintage lead and wood type with hand carved lino or wood blocks. All printed by hand on various antique, hand cranked or pedal powered presses.
Liz Toole is a self confessed lover of birds and fell in love with them when living and working in Africa. All of Liz's prints are designed and hand printed by Liz in limited editions using specialised printmaking papers. She use birds within her prints to tell a positive story.
Rhi Moxon creates vibrant, textured illustrations. Rhi’s work is inspired by her obsession with printmaking, her collection of vintage children’s books and Soviet era design, a love of travel and a playful curiosity towards the world.
Ruth Green prints from a home-studio in North Wales. Her colourful work draws from mid-century design, plants and animals. Handmade limited edition screenprints and one-off collages. Greetings cards, melamine and screen printed brooches.
Katie Whittle specialises in illustrations dealing with fantasy, nature and the macabre. Her artwork deals with unique subject matters and uses pastel colour palettes not usually associated with the the imagery used.
Abby Sumner creates colourful eco-conscious work ranging from risograph prints, stationery and greetings cards to paper goods. As a lover of colour her designs are bold, eye catching and aimed to brighten your day, home or any occasion.
David Armes is an artist working with print, language and geography. Using letterpress, a once an industrial print process, David is interested in where the multiple meets the unique, where the ephemeral meets the archival.
2B or not 2B are two illustrator sisters who have joined together for the power of good. They make prints, zines and cards and more, mixing risograph printing techniques with a sense for humorous story telling (and terrible puns).
Ali Hunter as artist/illustrator who I draws and paints what visually inspires her. Ali's current inspiration is drawn from home interiors and decor, and the bulk of my recent work has been focused on painting rooms in people’s homes.
Rosa is a printmaker and animator based in Liverpool. Her work is a mix of contemporary illustration with influences from vintage music and protest posters, tied together with a rebellious punky spirit.
Things By Us is the collective name for designers Mark Adamson and Abigail Sinclair. As individual artists they have very different styles, which makes for an eclectic mix of screen prints, linocuts, riso prints and other items on their stall.
Toucan Tango produce thoughtful screen printed gifts to make people smile, which they print by hand from their New Brighton studio. Always popular at our fairs, they sell products ranging from art prints and gig posters to gifts for the home, including abstract wall hangings and coasters.
Refugee Women Connect is a women-only charity set up to support women asylum-seekers, refugees and survivors of trafficking. They work together to build a safe life in the UK for all women in the asylum seeker and refugee community.
Johanna is a print maker and artist based in Liverpool UK, creating contemporary screen prints, experimenting with the technique and making images to inspire. Jo will be at Cass Art from 11am-4pm running a screen printing workshop.