Applications closed and a lovely mention in North Leeds Life

So thanks you to everyone who applied, we were overwhelmed by the quality of applicants this year. We still have a couple of stalls remaining reserved for textile artists, so if this is you, please get in touch!


Just wanted to share our latest press just out in North Leeds Life, check out the article on page 24 featuring some images of the fair last year and a print by the lovely Sarah Harris.


Keep a look out on the blog for returning daily artist of the day features too.

Leeds Print Fair 2015 – Open for applications

We are excited to say that the Leeds Print Fair is coming back this year and will be on Saturday 7th November 10 – 5pm, at the Corn Exchange Leeds.

It will be expanding this year to include even more stalls, plus we are planning some new demonstrations and workshops to make it even more fun.

Applications are now open until 6th September 2015. We will inform all applicants of the result by 26th September.

Please complete the application form below and send it to

Leeds Print Fair 2015 app form

Cheers and good luck!

That Friday Feeling: Ben Whittington

Hooray, you’ve made it to Friday! Time to introduce the talented Ben Whittington:

Amsterdam2014 BadLucky SonicSilkscreenBen is a man of many talents who works as a Creative Manager for a major greetings card publisher, a graphic designer and screenprinter.

Ben says “Screen Printing gives me an outlet for my own creations, pieces of illustration or design that are inspired by or for the benefit of the Leeds Music Scene which has been a big part of my life in Leeds as well as individual pieces inspired by traveling and nature.

I enjoy creating prints in this medium as time spent in the print studio gives me the opportunity to spend time by myself away from the noise of an increasingly digital existence. It allows me to take work that may have started as a sketch on piece of paper but will have  ultimately been finished in digital software and put it back down onto paper through an organic process that brings with it unique imperfections that make each print its own.”

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