Bracketpress at print fairs April & May 2019

On the Saturday 13th April, I’ll be at Northern Ink event at Northern Monk Refectory in Leeds.
Organised by Northern Craft, a one day event celebrating Tattoo Culture, illustration, print and craft. Free entry, child and dog friendly. If you get signed up early you can get yourself a tattoo. For more details visit

Saturday 27th April – we’ve got a stall at Northern Craft Fair at Leftbank Leeds, for more details:

Saturday 4th & Sunday 5th May – I’ll be heading to York for Print Stuff at The De Grey Rooms. For more details:

Manchester print fair 20th & 21st October

Bracketpress will be at the Manchester Print fair this weekend.

I’ll also have a tidy display of incline press ephemera, and Idler magazines to browse (and a special subscription offer). If you love everything about printing or illustration, or have space on your walls or bookshelf, you must come down to the Whitworth Gallery in Manchester this weekend (Saturday and Sunday). And whilst in town, visit the Manchester artists book fair at Chapter One bookshop in the northern quarter tomorrow.

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The Idler - 25 years!

The Idler magazine has turned 25 years old in 2018. To celebrate there’s a party at NOW gallery in North Greenwich this Thursday, 6-10pm, everyone welcome.

There’ll be music, talks, etc... for more details visit the

see you there!


The History of Women's Suffrage in Leeds mural

This month my mural project about the history of Leeds women and the suffragists is on display during a month long exhibition titled ‘the vote before the vote’ at room 700 at Leeds Central Library, 3-30 May 2018.
Update: the mural is staying up for a while longer – it's going to be on display for the rest of the year.
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The Vulgar: Fashion Redefined exhibition

I've been working on a number of great projects over the Summer, notably a series of emblems for an exhibition by fashion curator Judith Clark and psychoanalyst Adam Phillips, which has just opened at the Barbican, London this week.

I was commissioned to illustrate a series of emblems – each interpreting Adam's text, which defined a series of ideas and pieces selected by Judith, on the subject of Vulgarity, exploring the contradictions of fashion and what defines good and bad taste.

Three of the emblems were recreated as large scale two metre coins which hang down over the exhibition area. All of the illustrations are situated throughout the exhibition alongside the text definitions, and also within the exhibition book, for more detail visit Barbican

I was also asked to create a collection of stationery and textiles goods which are now available in the Barbican Shop