• Nick Morely

    Nick Morely (aka Linocut Boy) is an illustrator based in Margate. His prints have been exhibited worldwide and featured on the BBC and in The Guardian. Print your own anti-Christmas cards Choose from one of Nick’s linocut designs and print it using an Adana press. Then add your own anti-Christmas message inside using rubber stamps – £2.50 a go.

  • Wrap

    Wrap magazine is a celebration of illustration, design and creative culture, putting the spotlight on some of the best artists from around the world. Each issue includes five double-sided sheets of wrapping paper.

  • HiFest - Quentin Blake

    Quentin Blake

    Quentin Blake is a name that is synonymous with children’s book illustration. He is best known for illustrating books for Roald Dahl, as well as having written and illustrated over 30 books himself. More recently he has worked with David Walliams’ The Boy In The Dress and Mr. Stink. Quentin has also kindly donated a number of signed prints and books towards our charity raffle.

  • Ohh Deer

    Founded by Jamie Mitchell and Mark Callaby in 2011 Ohh Deer aims to be THE place to buy quirky illustrated gifts for one and all. Stocking T-shirts, phone cases, greeting cards, prints, homeware and stationery featuring the work of countless top illustrators including Gemma Correll, James Barker, Lucie Sheridan, Melissa Castrillon and Jordan Carter. Ohh Deer are partnering with HiFest to present Christmas Card Making Workshop with Gemma Correll.

  • The B’s

    The B’s are a Hastings-based creative collective of students made up of Oliver Brooks, Katea Monstrous Kerry Brooks and Charlotte Rose Sometimes.

  • The Loop

    The Loop is an innovative and beautifully designed children’s magazine, delivering fun and intelligent content for kids aged 8-12 – inspiring making and encouraging creative and critical thinking. The magazine is tri-annual, and they sell a range of limit edition prints as well as the magazine.

  • Fabula

    Fabula is a Brighton-based narrative art collective made up of Vanessa Marr, Mags Swift, Louise Dennis and Emmi Smidt.