search envelope-o heart star star-o user th check close search-plus trash-o file-o lock map-marker edit chevron-left chevron-right check-circle mail-forward chevron-up chevron-down shopping-cart heart-o phone twitter facebook credit-card arrows-alt truck pinterest caret-down caret-up caret-left caret-right envelope rotate-left exchange angle-left angle-right angle-up angle-down frown-o mail-reply-all star-half-empty calendar-o thumbs-up instagram cube file-pdf-o paper-plane-o paypal prismic
🌟 10% off sale extended! Use code MERRY2017 at checkout 🌟
Sale ends soon

Art prints & frames, handmade in England since 1982

Do Some Work

Art print by Helen Ingham #434066

Helen Ingham

Helen Ingham

In 2002 artist, printer and designer Helen set up a solo letterpress operation, Hi-Artz Press, after she became increasingly frustrated with digital technologies. In 2004, while studying for an MA in Communication Design, London, Helen travelled to Nashville, USA, to work as an intern at the famous Hatch Showprint letterpress shop, where she worked on posters for such clients as the Grand Ol’ Opry and the Country Hall of Fame.

Nowadays, Helen is regularly commissioned for editorial and music industry illustration work, and in addition her linocut and letterpress posters are exhibited and sold in galleries all over the world and featured in many specialist design books and periodicals.

When she isn’t working in her Luton workshop, she can be found teaching others the art of letterpress printing at Central Saint Martins College and St Bride Foundation in London.

Her house style is evocative, upbeat, big on rootsy rock’n’roll culture and vernacular language with large elements of humour and humanity. Everything is produced on vintage printing equipment, which Helen maintains and restores.

Helen also rides an old Triumph 750 motorcycle and plays mandolin with 6-piece Western Swing band, the Shooting Stars.

Helen Ingham


Julia K. Verified

6 months ago

Good motivation in my home office!!