Josh Dannin is an artist and printmaker based in Goffstown, New Hampshire. He received a BFA in printmaking and photography from Kutztown University in Kutztown, Pennsylvania and an MFA in printmaking from Ohio University in Athens, Ohio. His printed and bound works have been exhibited both nationally and internationally.
Primarily working with relief and risograph print processes, Dannin is interested in the intersection between modern technology, traditional craft, and mass production.
Dannin runs Directangle Press, a small printshop and publishing house specializing in short-run artist books, zines, and print editions. He was a regular contributor to Printeresting.org, and currently co-edits Power Washer Zine: a semi-annual publication about screen printing that asks soft questions and thinks hard thoughts. In addition to running workshops at Directangle Press, he teaches printmaking, letterpress, and design at Saint Anselm College and New Hampshire Institute of Art in Manchester, New Hampshire.