Becky Howson is part of the print community enjoying the resurgence in print practice and research and culture.
Central to her practice is the investigation and exploration of traditional print techniques with new technologies.
Archival research forms a narrative.
Analogue and digital developments with type, form an experimental approach using traditional processes such as letraset and cut and paste used in graphic design.
The combination of Letterpress, screen, digital and riso printing provides ideas and form.
Welcome to her world of print and typography where surface pattern and pattern in repeat are obsessively used to create work that transcends her commitment to the research, education and practice of printing.
Becky is a member of the Centre for Printing History and Culture. She is also a member of the steering committee of The Winterbourne Press, University of Birmingham and a member of The Typographic Hub, Birmingham City University.
Leonard Jay Project
© Becky Howson 2017