Norwich festival celebrates contemporary graphic arts

The On Paper Festival in Norwich. Photo: On Paper.

The On Paper Festival in Norwich. Photo: On Paper. - Credit: On Paper

More than 1,300 people enjoyed a special festival in Norwich celebrating contemporary graphic arts in print.

The On Paper Festival in Norwich. Photo: On Paper.

The On Paper Festival in Norwich. Photo: On Paper. - Credit: On Paper

The On Paper festival took place on Saturday and Sunday and saw independent publishers, designers and illustrators from across Europe present their projects and print techniques.

Giuliana Tammaro, a Norwich-based graphic designer who is the founder of On Paper, said: 'The festival has been fantastic.

'I'm really happy with how many people came to the event.

'I have a really big passion for print and illustration and graphic design, and it's great to give people the chance to show their projects to the public.'


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She said she wanted to thank everybody who had helped to make the festival possible.

During the festival there was a market at Anteros Arts Foundation, workshops at North and Print to the People, and conferences at Dove Street Studios.

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