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Amersfoort’s new block printing studio, the Katoendrukkerij opened its doors in October 2020. Housed in the city’s historic Volmolen, the studio’s founder – printmaker, teacher and entrepreneur, Nathalie Cassée – jumped at the chance to use the space when she heard the local municipality were looking for a new tenant.
If you’re just getting into printmaking or recently moved to the Netherlands and wondering where to get your hands on everything you need, this post is for you.
Petra Verkade is an illustrator, graphic designer and printmaker. She combines different techniques including riso and screen printing and is always on the lookout for new approaches and ways to explore possibilities in the fields of graphic design and illustration.
Michael van Kekem is a Rotterdam-based illustrative designer, printmaker. He creates playful, sharp and colourful editorial illustrations, brand identities, handmade products, screen printed poster design and typography, as well as running workshops.
Working from her garden studio, Pauline Greuell creates patterned fabrics that she transforms into a range of pouches, cushions and bags using both screen printing and stencil printing techniques.
Barbara de Ru is a Rotterdam-based creative entrepreneur, printmaker, fashion designer, author and more. After working in the fashion industry for over a decade, she founded Bobbinhood in 2016.
Meet Joris Diks: Utrecht-based illustrator and printmaker, and founder of Handprinted Stuff. Joris will be speaking at our debut event coming up on 25 September 2019.
Etching enthusiast Elisabeth Boerwinkel shares her review of a summer printing course in Scotland's capital.
Utrecht-based graphic designer and screen printer Lucas van Hapert is known about town for his beautifully simple blue-tone screen prints of local landmarks.