We went to the Leeds Print Festival

Running from Friday 23rd to Saturday 31st of January, the Leeds Print festival is a celebration of all the incredible print design coming out of Yorkshire. We attended the launch celebration to take in some of the workshops on offer and view the print work being displayed, as well as look forward to what’s coming in the following few days. Here’s our Leeds Print Festival review:

Leeds Print Festival review

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The annual festival includes wide range of workshops, talks and a print fair featuring some inspiring work in print design.

With talks from Creative Review’s Patrick Burgoyne, Ben Freeman from Ditto press and Alec Hudson from Intern magazine, the festival is stuffed with the opportunity to heard from some of the biggest and best creatives in the business.

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Want to learn how to print? Now you can! There’s print workshops running all week at one of our favourite shops, Colours May Vary. For the full details, head to the bottom of this article.

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There’s also a print fair on at Leeds gallery on Saturday the 24th of January, with a selection of great pieces including work from The Lost Fox, Papercut Bindery and The Print Project.

The festival is only on until Saturday, so make sure you head down to take a look, attend a workshop or pick up a print.

Print exhibition

Leeds Gallery 10am – 5pm

Munro House, LS9 8AG

Saturday 24th – Saturday 31st January 2015

Free admission

Print fair

Leeds Gallery 10am – 6pm

Munro House, LS9 8AG

Saturday 24th January 2015

Free admission

Print talks

Leeds College of Music 10am – 6pm

LS2 7PD

Saturday 31st January 2015

(Click here for tickets)

Print workshops

Colours May Vary

Munro House, LS9 8AG

Monday 26th – Friday 30th of January

(Click here for tickets)

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