'But Was The Grass Always Greener?' Screenprint

Lene Bladbjerg

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    • Order placed
    • 17th June
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    • 21st - 24th June


  • Made in UK
  • Handmade

A fun typographic handprinted screen print.

The text 'But was the grass always greener?' in white on a background of grass.

Printed in a faded grass green colour. Did things used to be better?

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Signed by the artist

Materials: paper, acrylics

Edition of 100

Comes mounted in a white 1.4mm standard core mount
Size 40 x 50cm (15.7 x 19.7inch)
Size of print 29 x 39cm (11.4 x 15.4inch)

Comes with a protective plastic folder to protect the print


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Receive it by 21st - 24th June

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Lene Bladbjerg

Crystal Palace, South London

Hello, I'm Lene - a Danish artist based in London. I was born in Denmark in 1974, but grew up in Brussels, Belgium.

The multinational environment prompted my passion for exploring new countries and cultures, and has heavily influenced my work as an artist.​