Kim Vousden works as a graphic designer, typographer and image maker from her London-based in the UK. Her work centred around communication through typography and image.
She works on a range of projects from print and book design, logo/identity work, visual interface and front-end web design through to commissioned prints, illustrations and installation pieces.
Parallel to this, Kim runs a letterpress workshop which is continually informing her commercial work. She shares her studio with a Vicobold—a c.1950s parallel-approach platen printing press—and Farley galley proofing press. Check out more of her print work at kimvousden.co.uk.
Kim has also taught letterpress and relief printmaking at various institutions including The Cass, London Metropolitan University; Birkbeck University of London; the William Morris Gallery; Museum of the History of Science, Oxford and the Thames Barrier Print Studio.