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squirrel and tiffinA new creative business has been gestating in the art and craft hub that is The Old Rock Factory on Deansgate.  Home to screen-print artist Robin Ross and craft group Aunty Social, the building also houses the studio of Linzi Cason Photography.  The latest new brand to come out of this group is Squirrel & Tiffin.

Over the last six years Linzi has been building up a vast collection of images which cover a variety of subjects.  Her photographs have been featured in newspapers and magazines, online and on walls.  Her portrait sessions are in high demand, as are her on-location photo-shoot services.  This year, Linzi decided to expand the potential of her images by working with textile printing and soft furnishings.  She has transferred her images via screen-printing, creating a range of beautiful gifts including wall hangings, cushion covers, tote bags, wrapping paper, art prints and even clock faces.  Squirrel & Tiffin products are available to purchase at the Blackpool Tourist Information Centre and Landbaby at The Bluecoat Gallery in Liverpool.  She also provides a bespoke design service for private clients.  images linzi

On Saturday 20 July, Squirrel & Tiffin is inviting people to a screen-printing tea party where they will get the chance to make their own bag, drink lots of tea and sample some homemade cake.  The tea party will be held between 3 and 4pm at The Old Rock Factory Print Room and tickets are £10. This includes the materials, tea and cake. All ages are welcome but there are steps up to the studio so please bear this in mind.

Tickets can be bought directly from Linzi either via the Facebook event page or by e-mailing Linzi at: linzi@linzicasonphotography.co.uk.
All images by Linzi Cason Photography.
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