Discover our wonderful band of vendors, displaying their fabulous collections and assortments of creative treasures. From cushions, to independent zines, prints, postcards and calendars, these varied bunch of designers, artists and creators make up People of Print’s Department Store. One of vendors is Ben Rider is a fluorescent ink obsessed print mercenary and commercial illustrator. Ben specialises in rough, raw, punk styled image making bursting with energy and loud graphics, loving what the gratifying nature of print and what it can add to an illustration. On our Department Store, Ben displays his Bat Cat sticker along with other fantastic crazy pieces.
A second vendor is Inkcandy, an online design store that where you can buy original limited edition print. Noodles, part of The Film For Thought series was born from a simple idea to represent their favourite movies through quotes that reference food. Two colour, silk screened onto Colourplan, Bright Red, 270gsm.
Animal Press prints fanzines and other really cool illustrative products such as prints and notebooks. Their collection of Department Store features their comic book Radikal Feelings that include two issues characterised by bold graphics and abstract conceptual designs.
Department Store welcomes all styles of printing, making, and designing. Louise Sheeran (aka Coq A L’ane) is an artist, illustrator and screen printer, now nestled in the Slopes of Auvergne, France. Sheeran creates simple, bold screen prints using food as her theme in this particular collection. Strawberries is on of the 4 piece collection and is a 4 colour screen print printed on 100% recycled paper.
More talented artists featured on Department Store is El Famoso, a collective made up from illustrators Rich and Chris Fairhead. Creating amazingly detailed works, the pair’s Tat Girl is up for grabs, an A5 Purple Risograph print on 170gsm Munken paper along with other beautiful pieces.
And finally, Ella Campbell displays her delicately abstract collection of prints. “Exploring aspects of the human condition through conversations in image-making. Referenceing the things we cannot see, but feel, In particular, the feelings that have no adequate single words.” The Promise is a handpulled four colour layered silkscreen print on 200gsm cartridge paper.