Category Archives: Printmaking

Crispin Finn

CrispinFinnCrispin Finn is the design studio of London-based graphic designer, Anna Fidalgo and contemporary artist, Roger Kelly. Together they create illustrations and designs in their signature colors of red, white and blue. Their screen-printing studio in Margate is where they create from start to finish calendars, posters, greeting cards and assorted retail products. Their rise in popularity has enabled them to work on a variety of personal and commercial projects as well. The striking series of celebrated cocktails is what brought them to our attention.

You can follow them on their website, Facebook and Tumblr.

Images: Courtesy of Crispin Finn.

Miesje Chafer

MiesjeChaferMiesje Chafer is a textile designer, doodler, screen printer and maker based in Southsea, UK. She creates and prints bold and bright geometric designs to create her line of accessories which includes cushions, quilts, purses and bags. On the website, Sorting Office, she describes her creative process as such:

“I usually start my day with printing, as this takes up the most energy. I make a list of all the different colours and patterns I want for that day, then I cut out and iron all the fabric I need for that batch of printing. I then spend the afternoon sewing/emailing/taking photos/putting stuff online/posting things/eating/napping/ until I’m too tired to do anymore and I collapse on the sofa!”

You can see more of her work on her website and on Instagram.

Images: Courtesy of Miesje Chafer.



RaubdruckerinWhat a great concept! The German collective Raubdruckerin, specializes in street screen printing. They use manhole covers of major European cities as surfaces to ink, creating bags and t-shirts printed directly in the streets. Their collection currently includes prints from 20 major cities all of which are made from organic cotton and certified fair trade.

You can follow this group on their website and on Facebook.

Images: Courtesy of Raubdruckerin.