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Our press is where we make prints by hand using old techniques. 

Welcome to our inky world.

Interested in any of the artwork? 

Want to purchase an artwork that you have seen on the website? Please feel free to contact us about availability, price and further details. Or want to leave a feedback about the studio or artwork? We would love to hear from you! Just click on the button below and leave us a message. 

We also offer an editioning service for artists, printmaking courses and accept commissions. 

Upcoming events

Medway Open Studios 2024

We are excited to announce that Hazelnut Press will open its doors for printmaking and art lovers all over Kent and Medway. The doors are opened over 2 weekends in July where you can have a tour of the studio, learn about the tools and techniques artists use and meet the team. Who knows? you may also find an artwork just right for you while there! 

Studio Open Days: 

- Sat 6th and Sun 7th of July from 11am to 5pm 

- Fri 12th of July from 4pm to 9pm 

- Sat 13th and Sun 14th of July from 11am to 5pm. 

New Light - 2024 Exhibition 

Heather Haythornthwaite's work was selected to tour with the New Light Prize Exhibition.

Here are the dates and locations: 
Until 22 December at the Williamson, Slatey Road Birkenhead, Wirral CH43 4UE;
27 Feb-03 March 2024: Bankside Gallery, Southbank 48 Hopton St SE1 9JB;
14 March-02 June 2024: Rheged Arts Centre Penrith CA11 0DQ;
29 June-22 September 2024: The Biscuit Factory Newcastle 16 Stoddart St NE2 1AN;
12 Oct-31 December 2024: The Mercer Gallery Harrogate 31 Swan Road HG1 2SA.

Check out the New Art Art website for more information - Prize Exhibition – NEW LIGHT ART (

Tea towels for sale

We now have three tea towels for sale.

  • ‘Ban the Mindreader’ celebrates the striking graffiti that remained in three places in the Medway towns for many years.

  • 'Thomas Waghorn' celebrates the local hero who instigated the building of the Suez canal, and regularly sports a jaunty traffic cone and other accoutrements.

  • 'Isaac Newells Old Boys' celebrates a teacher from Strood, who brought football to Argentina in 1869.

​The price is £12 each, excluding postage charges.​

How to Order

Email us to arrange a collection time, pay with cash or bank transfer on collection.

Or email us with your name and delivery address. We’ll send you PayPal details, and post them to you. Please add £3.00 to your order for postage and PayPal fees.

They are also available from our friends and partners Ed and Stephen at Medwayish.

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