Husband-and-wife team Amy and Leo Voloshin founded Printfresh Studio in 2006. Amy has always loved fashion, graduating from RISD and designing prints and apparel for Urban Outfitters and Free People before art directing at a major New York-based textile studio. Originally from the Philadelphia-area, Amy and Leo decided to bring a piece of the fashion industry home. What started as only a handful of designers working out of a small artist's space has grown into a large female-driven team that is an internationally recognized industry leader.
Amy was named Young Entrepreneur of the Year by the Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce in 2016, and Printfresh has been recently recognized as one of the fastest- growing companies in Philadelphia by both Wharton’s Philadelphia 100 and the Philadelphia Initiative for a Competitive Inner City (ICIC).
Leo and Amy have continued to cultivate their passion for art, design, and providing opportunities for their community - this entrepreneurial spirit has inspired them to embark on a number of other ventures.
PF Vintage is an amazing vintage textile source, providing inspiration for fashion and home designers world-wide. Sourced from all over the globe, PF Vintage boasts an amazing archive of swatches, yarn dyes, and garments, ranging from the 1800s to the 1980s.
Printfresh stationery debuted in late 2016, as a means to fulfill Amy's longtime search for the perfect bohemian notebook. Seasonal collections draw inspiration from both Amy's print design experience and the antique textiles she picks up in her travels - the result is a stylishly boho stationery line.
A reflection of Amy's personal aesthetic and desire for comfort and subtle luxury, A. Voloshin is a new fashion line that launched in 2017 with a collection of bold, feminist tees. Worn by those who seek to live a meaningful and fulfilled life but are not afraid to make a statement.
Home base to Amy and Leo's businesses, Paperbox Studios is a historic converted factory building in Philadelphia's vibrant Old Kensington neighborhood. Paperbox Studio was Leo's first development project, and was beautifully and creatively rehabbed into artists’ studios.