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A Place to Experiment and Explore


Letterpress ◆ Linocut Printing ◆ Bookbinding ◆ Paper Marbling ◆ Calligraphy ◆ Book Arts



ffowndri is a not-for-profit open access art studio in North Wales. We offer a range of opportunities to learn and use the studio which is focused on the revival of heritage arts and crafts including letterpress, linocut printing, bookbinding, book arts, paper marbling and calligraphy. In the future we hope to expand this further to other allied and related crafts such as chalk board and sign writing.

Half of our studio is dedicated to the restoration and use of old printing presses. We are passionate about preserving as much of the old equipment as we can and educating others in their use. If you have any old equipment that you would like to donate to ffowndri to support with our education and enable people to create, we would love to hear from you.

We welcome visitors to the studio but please let us know before coming



On occasions we may have to open our studio later than is normal. To check what time we’re open click on the studio day you’re planning to work at or visit the studio. If you’ve not booked to visit or use the studio we advise that you check the calendar the day before to see whether we’re still going to be open. Thanks.





Our next featured artist is to be announced.



Throughout the year we put on a wide range of workshops for all levels of experience, including letterpress, linocut printing, bookbinding, paper marbling, calligraphy and book arts.


Other Workshops


ACCESS & MEmbership

We’re making a place at ffowndri. A place were people can create, socialise, learn and share.

We have 3 different access options available for everyone; so whether your wanting to spend days in a creative space printing, binding, linocutting, sketching or writing, you will be welcomed at ffowndri.


Our Instagram

An utterly jaw dropping collection of type, ornaments, presses and facilities
— Dulcie, Mostly Flat
Amazing place, with so many fascinating machines and equipment
— Aimee Renee
A really exciting new enterprise has come to Dyserth
— Sue Wright