Established in 2013, Stolen aims to support a variety of analogue artists, all curated together in a beautiful bi-annual publication celebrating the hand-made.
The visual identity began with the epitome of analogue; a hand-drawn ink logo honouring the raw beauty of hand-made through irregularity and defects. With strong values around tangibility and tactility, each edition explored a variety of print techniques showcasing craft through premium finishes. Content focused on a broad spectrum of amateur and professional analogue artists, and was supported in later volumes with a collaboration between Lisa Currie of the Scribble Diary. These unique scribble interview templates were filled out by artists and curated throughout the volumes.