Beautiful 'Climb On My Shoulders' Star Art Print

Woodism

£50.00 Delivery included

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    • Order placed
    • 14th July
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    • 18th July
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    • Standard delivery
    • 22nd - 23rd July
  • Made in UK
Description

'If You Climb On My Shoulders You Could See The Stars More Closely' - This poignant print (designed to be read bottom up) came out of the mouths of babes; said by an autistic little boy to his Dad one starry night as they looked up at the sky. We love the symbolism of this one so much, and think it would make a beautiful addition to a nursery or children's bedroom, artwork for a family home, or even an end of year Teacher's gift - no shoulder greater than theirs.

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Dimensions: 16 x 12 inch linocut design
Archive quality giclee print super matt finish
Paper: 308 gsm Hahnemuhle photorag fine art paper (ie crisp and lovely)
Embossed Woodism stamp
Poster comes unframed
Mockup not to scale

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Standard delivery: included
Receive it by 22nd - 23rd July

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father and autistic son sitting at a table surrounded by linocut art prints of phrases said by the son and illustrated by his Dad

Woodism

London

Hello! We’re Sonny and Woody, the Father and Son team behind Woodism. Alongside Mum, Charlotte and little sister, Essie, we create unique lino prints featuring Woody’s words and eye-catching designs by Dad, each offering a glimpse inside Woody’s beautiful, autistic mind. What started out as a way to connect as a family, now spreads much needed autism acceptance and joy across the world – true Art with a purpose. Stay tuned for Essie’s ‘Essisms’ coming soon too!