There's still time to see a big celebration of contemporary printmaking, as leading artists, illustrators and designers come together for an exhibition in Brighton this month.
With screenprints, linocuts, etchings, monoprints, letterpress and risograph, the Look at This: Phoenix Festival of Printmaking at the Phoenix Brighton has been organised by Charlotte Parsons and Anthony Peters of Studio Imeus.
It features Anthony Burrill's colourful prints for Editions, the ongoing collaborative series by local screen print studio, The Private Press. You can also see new giclee prints by Hello Marine of skateboarding women.
There are contributions by Jonathan Lawes, abstract and in muted colours. A screenprint by Michael C Place of red Mars in all is minimal, graphical glory is also on display. And Sophie Smallhorn brings us some limited-edition artworks in her usual style of colourful forms and shapes.
Other artists include Patrick Thomas, Stanley Donwood, Craig Keenan, Thomas Mayo, Out of Office, William Luz, Sense of Place, Agency Rush, and Spectral Nation. Most of the work is for sale in support of Phoenix Art Space. Visit the online shop to find out more.