UK based printmaker Molly Mahon, best known for her beautiful block printed fabrics and wallpapers, has discovered the simple joy of potato printing during lockdown. She discusses it with Rumer Neill in an article published in House and Garden. She also tells about an auction she is running to raise money for Charleston (UK), for which prominent artists are making their very own potato prints.
Perhaps one of the most positive things to come from our nationwide lockdown has been an uptick in people engaging with their creative sides. From the vast amounts of sourdough that have been baked to a renewed interest in arts and crafts, the fact that we’ve all got more time on our hands has indisputably contributed to the UK