Prison Ink is a creative project developed by Kitzo Creative, working with prisoners at HMPA Armley in Leeds, England. Founded in 2010 by Leeds-based Graphic Designer Bryn Abbott,A Kitzo Creative is a non-profit organisation using design as a means of social change. Prison Ink has recently added to their range of everyday greetings cards with a new selection of Christmas cards. I'm an online marketer, writer and researcher with 10 years experience in and around the greetings card and gift industries.
Bryn was inspired to begin the Prison Ink project after a visit to the Print Shop at HMP Armley,A where he witnessed first hand the enthusiasm and commitment of the prisoners towards their creative projects.


Designed by Bryn Abbott, the Christmas cards are printed and packed by the prison’s Print Shop.
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The profits raised from the sale of Prison Ink greetings cards will be used to purchase resources to help the prisoners develop their creative skills. Available to purchase online at the Prison Ink website, Christmas cards are A?5.00 for a pack of 10 cards (two designs per pack).
With limited access to the Internet and design books, the project aims to provide resources that will inspire and educate, giving valuable new skills that can be taken forward when they are released.


Bryn is keen to work with potential distributors and retail outlets that would like to be involved in this inspiring initiative.



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