Creative Lab.

Print Club Torino is a creative Lab for graphic arts and printing where can be experienced and shared ideas, techniques and processes. The Cultural Association provides illustrators, designers, students and enthusiasts of a place equipped with all the facilities they need to give shape to their ideas and projects, with the professional advice of our staff.

Print Club Torino is unique in the panorama of italian creativity where traditional printing techniques meet new technologies (engraving and screenprinting, laser, inkjet and risograph print) with the aim at exploring new ways to express the language of art and printing. An environment where the sharing of knowledge gives birth to new encounters, new projects and working opportunities.
This is the ideal place for developing editorial projects on a small or medium print run, work on prototypes, self handling, give value to your portfolio but also meet a community of businesses and professionals of graphics, design, illustrators, craftsmen.

Being part of the Club is very easy. You just need to obtain the annual membership that gives you access to the Lab and the possibility to use the equipment, attend workshops and other special events organized by the association.
The headquarters of Print Club Torino are inside Toolbox, a creative coworking hub that hosts more than 200 different activities amongst professionals. Freelance, start-ups and companies that share the same collaborative spirit and the same mindset oriented towards innovation and entrepreneurship. This ecosystem, reinforced also by the presence of a Fablab, results in a network useful for developing projects and expanding expertise contaminations and communications.
Toolbox hosts more than 400 events every year and one of the highlights is the Graphic Days®, the internationa graphics festival organized by Print Club Torino.


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Website Photo Credits: Alessandro Rizzo e Aurora Cicero (2015-16), Lorenzo Ritorto e Francesco Zivoli  (2017-18), Claudio Caradonna (2018-2020), Lorena Rege Turo (2020).