Software we've used

In the workshop we have used Adobe Illustrator. You can download a free 7 day trial here: or you can use the DML at the Edge to access the software free at any time.

Other options:

Download Inkscape online for free

checkout the more detailed info about Inkscape on this wiki (including a detailed tutorial) Inkscape for beginners

Download Gimp online for free

Create 5x Text Prompt to Image conversions a day for free with night cafe studio

Hand sewing spines

Inspiration & Sources of royalty free artwork

//Stencil Catalogue for the use of practical men//

Excelsior Fresco Stencils

250 Stencil Designs From India

Our colleague Billie Ruben's book covers pintrest board

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Colour Pallet


Where we bought stuff

Where we learnt stuff


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a diagram showing how it all fits together

Documentation from the previous workshop

And here's the link to Billie's workshop from last year.

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