Blue Observer Book Collection - Limited-Edition, Print

Design Smith Studio

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    • Order placed
    • 26th May
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    • 3rd - 4th June

Credentials

  • Made in UK
  • Handmade
Description

A Giclee print of my original Blue Observer book collection illustration. Observer books were a series of small, pocket-sized books, published by Frederick Warne & Co in the from 1937 to 2003. They covered topics such as hobbies, art, history and wildlife. Intended for children, the aim of these books was to interest the observer.

Printed in my studio on Platinum Etching 285gsm fine art acid-free paper which has a velvety, textured surface. The pigment-based inks deliver outstanding colour and ensure a print life of more than 85 years.

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From an edition of 50 prints.
Each print is signed and numbered on the front.
Paper size: A4

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Receive it by 3rd - 4th June

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Jude Smith, founder of Design Smith

Design Smith Studio

swannington, norfolk

Hello, I'm Jude, a designer, illustrator, and printmaker with a passion for designing distinctive greetings cards and limited-edition prints. Incorporating the enduring essence of vintage design and popular culture, my creations evoke nostalgia and memories of people and places. Using expressive marks and bold design, I bring everyday objects to life, celebrating their timeless beauty. My goal is to create pieces that establish a connection with others, hopefully bringing a bit of joy and happiness into everyday lives.