What Katie Does

Tuesday, 19 October 2010

I love these new typographic screenprints by London-based web designer Katie Marcus of What Katie Does. Available in duck egg and mushroom grey, the designs were inspired by WW1-era food rationing posters, and remind you to eat sensibly, healthily and ethically. Printed onto recycled paper stock with water-soluble inks, the prints have a slight metallic sheen to them and are available for purchase in Katie's Etsy shop. Katie and I did a little swap at a handmade craft fair the other year and I was lucky enough to pick up one of the digital prints Katie used to do, but I'm liking Katie's new foray into screenprinting.

Katie also has a great blog, which is a mix of posts on food, travel, craft, design and photography. I especially love reading about Katie's veggie food and travel adventures, and it makes me nostalgic for the little excursions I used to make up to London. Head over there now for a good ol' read.


  1. Thanks for posting about the prints, Diane! Wow, seems like ages ago we met at the craft fair! 2, 3 years?

  2. I think it must have been - crazy! And I've since moved back to Australia! Hope all is well with you x


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