Norwich festival celebrates contemporary graphic arts
- Credit: On Paper
More than 1,300 people enjoyed a special festival in Norwich celebrating contemporary graphic arts in print.
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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