Join the Idler Academy for a Sunday afternoon of crafting and rubber stamping with Stephen Fowler.
Over the course of this one-day workshop, you will realise the creative potential of D.I.Y rubber stamp printing. You will be taught how to carve rubber stamps from erasers, make single colour and multi-colour stamp prints, and to bind a limited editioned pamphlet book to house the group’s stamp impressions, as a keepsake for the day.
All materials will be provided, and the price includes a Hendrick’s gin & tonic at the end of the session.
We are offering a special Father’s Day gift discount: buy two tickets for only £10o (instead of £150) and invite your father, or someone special, along to spend a lovely Sunday afternoon creating your own rubber stamping pamphlet. Just call 0203 176 7907 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to take advantage of this offer.
About the tutor
Small press publications, rubber stamps and alternative printmaking are the focus of Stephen Fowler’s authorial illustration practice. His zines and artist books are held in national collections such as the Tate and the Victoria & Albert Museum.
Fowler has also run collaborative and experiential workshops in drawing and printmaking at the Whitechapel Art Gallery, Birmingham Library, the V&A, the Wallace Collection, Hayward Gallery’s Wide Open School, and Margate’s Turner Contemporary gallery.
His book on rubber stamping, published Laurence King publishing, is out now.