Go Home Print was an interdisciplinary print collective dedicated to showcasing work from an emerging creative class through print-related projects.
With a strong belief in collaboration over competition, Go Home stimulated the independent arts scene by promoting and engaging with artists, writers, and designers. In addition to publications, Go Home produced collaborative projects ranging from artist prints and photographs to pins, patches and branded merchandise. At its core, the collective cultivated an appreciation for the tangibility of printed matter, marrying traditional print sensibilities with youthful creativity.
Go Home Magazine was the primary project of Go Home Print and was published quarterly over the span of one year. The magazine was a platform where emerging and lesser-known artists could gain exposure and much-deserved recognition. Each issue was curated around a different theme, included 20 – 40 different contributors, and included a variety of media under the arts and culture umbrella.
Done in collaboration with Shanley Maguire and Rhodi Iliadou.