Big Steam Print

Lucy Jenner by Ditchling Museum of Art + Craft, East Sussex

Every donation through Art Happens brings the campaign closer to its goal.

As a thank you for your donation, choose an exclusive reward inspired by the project and created by the people involved – and take your very own piece of the campaign away with you. Or help to spread the word by giving your bespoke reward as a gift. Your good deed, done.

If you would prefer to donate without receiving a reward, you can select that option below.

Please note: Rewards are bespoke. Our artists and suppliers will be working safely in line with Covid guidelines to produce your reward. This means there may be a bit of a wait, but we will be working to realise and deliver your reward as quickly as possible and will keep you up to date by email.

Any questions or need help donating? Contact us on 0203 757 9772 or email our Supporter Services team.

Make a donation without a reward

I’d like to donate but I’d prefer not to receive a reward.

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Updates + online mention

Enjoy regular project updates and a citation on the Art Happens website.

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Personalised postcards

Eight postcards printed with your name, featuring Big Steam Print designs by Anthony Burrill, Angie Lewin, Jonny Hannah and others. Plus updates and an online citation.

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Big Steam Print tote bag

A lovely blue Big Steam Print tote bag designed by Lucky Budgie Letterpress especially for the campaign. Plus project updates and an online citation.

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Tote bag + private view

Big Steam Print tote bag (see £25 reward), plus an invitation (with a +1) to the private view of the Big Steam Print exhibition at Phoenix Brighton on 5 August. Project updates and an online citation.

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Anthony Burrill poster + talk

A signed letterpress poster (51mm x 770mm) by graphic artist Anthony Burrill, inspired by Ditchling Museum founders Hilary and Joanna Bourne. Choose from green, orange or grey (we will email to ask your choice)._x000D_ _x000D_ _x000D_ _x000D_ Plus two tickets to Burrill’s talk How to Use Words Properly at Sallis Benney Theatre, Brighton (24 May, 7pm). In his talk, he will explore how he uses words in his work and avoids clichés._x000D_ _x000D_

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Framed Big Steam Print poster, freshly printed by our steamroller + tote bag

An A3 framed print of Lucky Budgie Letterpress’s Big Steam Print design, which has been designed especially for the campaign, freshly printed by our 12.5-tonne steamroller, plus a lovely blue tote bag (see £25 reward).

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Thomas Mayo print, Ditchling print tour + wine

Beautiful numbered and signed limited-edition (1/50) ART print by printmaker Thomas Mayo. 420 x 297 mm (A3), 300gsm Naturalis Vanilla Smooth, five-colour letterpress print made with laser-cut wood type. _x000D_ _x000D_ _x000D_ _x000D_ Plus a tour of the museum’s letterpress archives by our director or curator, and cream tea with award-winning Ditchling sparkling wine (both with +1). Look out for updates about Mayo’s print process – coming soon.

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Create your own Big Steam Print

Ride the steamroller over your own print! Select letters that have been specially laser-cut to write a word of your choice and also choose a symbol which will be laser-cut just for you. This reward is available on 23-24 April at London Transport Museum’s Acton depot open weekend, 22 May at the Level, Brighton, and 18 June at Ditchling Fair. Plus an invitation to the private view at Phoenix Brighton on 5 August (with a +1), updates and a citation.

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Create a bespoke Big Steam Print (a workshop for you or a team)

A once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to design and steamroll your own bespoke Big Steam Print! This reward is available to individuals or groups, and would be perfect for a team-building exercise. Prints can be linocut in a workshop or designs can be laser-cut, eg an exact copy of your design. Workshops suitable for 15 people max._x000D_ _x000D_ This reward is available on 23-24 April at London Transport Museum’s Acton depot open weekend, 22 May at the Level, Brighton, and 18 June at Ditchling Fair.

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