Valami Produktív


Valami Produktív is a public art workshop in the center of Budapest. The idea of the studio place was primarily to create an inspirational platform for artists representing various art fields such as serigraphy, analogue photography, and bookbinding. The studio is also open for other multi-arts activities. Our goal is to preserve the traditional manual techniques of these fields and present them to the wider audience. In addition, we think there is a need for searching for new opportunities for these old techniques by putting them into a new and contemporary context. As a representative of slow design the workshop is involved in fine arts projects, provides educational and creative services as well as production.








Práter utca 14., 1083





Gergő Bíró | Founder

Production details

The studio of Valami Produktív includes screen printing services, such as designing and making stencils, printing on different kinds of materials (paper, textile) and offers renting the space and tools. Another part of the workshop are manual bookbinding services, designing and binding unique photo- and artbooks, albums with various binding techniques, like hardcover-, flex cover-, japanese-, coptic-, long stitch binding, leporello and making portfolio boxes. The studio contains analogue darkroom with services like black and white film processing, photopaper developing, scanning and archiving films and photographs, and renting the darkroom for personal projects. Additional creative services are photography, video works, graphic design.

Turnaround Time
Project Dependent
File Types
.pdf, .jpeg, .tiff, .psd, .ai
Minimum Order
From 50€ upwards
Production Access
Works With
  • Large business
  • Small companies
  • Professionals
  • General public
  • Students
  • Bespoke 1-offs
  • Short run
  • Medium run
  • Large run



The workshop was founded in 2013 by Gergő Bíró. It started as a self-funded project with 5 permanent members, in 2015 Lilla Szántói joined the team. Over the years, this grassroots self-made organization grew into a business with a mature concept, the Valami Produktív (“something productive”). Between 2013-18, the workshop operated in Józsefváros's Vas street, then in 2019 the studio moved to Bauer Sándor street in the same district.