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Posterzine® Issue 73 | Sophy Hollington

Posterzine® Issue 73 | Sophy Hollington

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For this stunning issue of Posterzine, we chat with Brighton-based artist Sophy Hollington.

Well-known for breathing fresh life into ancient themes, from meteoric folklore to alchemical symbolism; Sophy creates these beautiful works of art from the linocut process, where a design is cut and printed from a piece of linoleum, her intricate symbols take on a magical quality. 

Working for clients such as Nike to the New York Times, and in 2019 exhibited a solo show, titled Subliminal Mineral, at the Fisk Gallery in Portland. You may have also seen her glam-punk deck of tarot cards, published by Rough Trade books, which she created with writer David Keenan.

Grab your copy of Posterzine to read more about Sophy's creative process and her experience. 

Posterzine® is People of Print's monthly publishing project taking the form of a mini-magazine which folds out into a gorgeous A1 format poster (594x841mm). Printed by Pressision Ltd using CMYK onto quality G.F.Smith paper.

Proudly sponsored by We Are FRMD. Custom framing made easy. Offering a select, modern choice of moulding and mount colours. 

Direction: Marcroy Smith
Design: Tom Sutcliffe
Editor: Kate Hollowood

Limited edition.

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