Don't miss the full day workshop 'Let your creativity run wild' with Thomas Gravemaker (Letterpress Amsterdam) and Armina Ghazaryan (aka yours truly & co-owner of Letterpress Corner) on the 11th of September in Antwerp at ATypI. The workshop will be taking place at the Letter-Kunde Press in Antwerp, run by Patrick Goossens.
Workshop - Let your creativity run wild.
Full-Day session - 9:30-5:30 - Letter-Kunde Press - maximum 6 participants.
A 6-hour workshop that explores the potential of letterpress to create vibrant prints with some twists and turns, taking place in the midst of one of the most important collections of objects related to the printing industry. Participants will be able to use the large collection of wood and metal type, to create an original poster.
Some letterpress experience is desirable. All materials provided.
Armina Ghazaryan is a freelance graphic designer and letterpress practitioner based in Ghent, Belgium. In 2008, she joined the printing team of MIAT (the Museum of Industry, Work and Textiles) in Ghent, where she designs and typesets posters using wood and metal type, and catalogs the museum’s wood-type collection. Her works are featured in various publications by Gestalten, Rockport, Rotovision, and BIS publishers. Armina co-founded the “Letterpress Corner” printmaking studio in Ghent, which has a primary focus on running letterpress workshops for groups and individuals looking to acquire a practical knowledge of the craft. www.letterpresscorner.com
Thomas Gravemaker has extensive experience in letterpress and graphic design, working in the UK and in France before setting up his own studio. His passion for letterpress began prior to his training at the Rietveld Academie in Amsterdam and has developed over the years. Thomas has worked on private commissions, taught letterpress, and lectured and presented at various conferences and events. After several years spent in London, Paris, and Edinburgh, he returned to Amsterdam to refine and extend his craftsmanship in his workshop situated in the centre of the city.