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Jotta Workshop: Linocutboy Flipbook workshop
Saturday, March 24, 2012 from 10:30 AM to 1:30 PM (GMT)
London, United Kingdom
Lincocutboy Flipbook Workshop
Saturday March 24, 10.30am - 1.30pm.
Sharpen your carving tools and come to this 3-hour workshop during Jotta Live where you will make a linocut flick-book. Participants will be shown how to carve and print their own images and make these into a snappy flick-book.
Cost per person is £15
Who is Linocutboy?
Linocutboy is artist and illustrator Nick Morley. Having lived and worked in London for ten years, Nick recently moved to Margate to set up his own print studio. His linocuts combine a high level of technical skill with a quirky sense of humour. Nick's prints have been exhibited and collected around the world and his illustrations have adorned the covers of books by Penguin, Faber & Faber and The Folio Society as well as the front cover of ICON magazine.
Jotta goes live this March, inviting collaborators, artists, designers and makers to join us for a week of workshops, all inspired by the content within our debut publication, a massive A2 poster compendium, which will be launched this week also.
Help us celebrate our 3rd birthday with a week of interactive events and workshops which draw from the fascinating people and mind-boggling projects we feature in the magazine, from beehive making and geodesic dome building, to using tailoring patterns for collage and constructing kinetic drawing machines. The Lunchtime Sessions will be open to the jotta community and the general public to come and take part in, plus all the content from the publication will be up on the walls for you to see.
join us at 2 Newburgh Street London, W1F 7RD between March 24th - March 29th.
When & Where
Jotta creates opportuniities for emerging artists and designers to apply their skills and extend their practice.
Providing new models for dialogue and collaboration between artists and designers, organisation and industry