Alternative Letterpress: Sunday April 21. 1:00 – 5:00 $175, materials included

Have a press and love printing but don’t have the money to buy a ton of large type? Bored of carving linoleum? Don’t want to spend an obscene amount of money to have a plate made for a background? This is the class for you! Come learn some alternative ways to get textures, backgrounds, shapes and letters on your letterpress prints with easy to find items and easy to learn techniques!

Previous Letterpress experience is required. Wear closed-toe shoes and clothes you don’t mind getting a little inky.

http://www.bostonpapercollective.com/

About our guest instructor:
Megan L. King graduated from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in 2008 with her Bachelor of Fine Arts. After graduating, she worked with Rob Charlton at Goosefish Press in Boston, MA until in 2010, she moved to Atlanta, GA and started her own letterpress shop called MLK&toast. In 2011, she ran a successful kickstarter campaign to fund a series of letterpress posters and she did a two-month internship at Hatch Show Print in Nashville, TN. Her work has been featured at 2Rules Gallery in Marietta, GA and at Goosefish Press in Boston, MA. She has also been a designer on Fab.com. She recently moved her shop into a studio space just east of Atlanta and is applying to graduate schools. You can view her work online at www.mlkandtoast.com and purchase her work at www.mlkandtoastpress.etsy.com
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