'Hairbows' A3 Poster Print

Mandy Sutcliffe Art

£35.00 Delivery included

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    • Order placed
    • 25th June
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    • 28th June
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    • Standard delivery
    • 2nd - 3rd July
  • Recycled Materials
  • Made in UK
Description

A sweet study of girls and their many hair bows, printed on recycled grey card giving it a lovely vintage feel. Perfect for a nursery, child's bedroom or a sweet nook. Ready to be popped directly into any A3 frame or why not add an A3 mount to compliment the room in which it will be hung.

Need to know

This is an open edition poster print
Printed on 300gsm recycled grey heavy weight stock
Size A3 which measures 42cm x 29.7cm
Posted rolled in a tube with a few goodies!

Delivery

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Standard delivery: included
Receive it by 2nd - 3rd July

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Mandy Sutcliffe artist illustrator stood in her studio in front of her illustrations and drawings of children in a vintage story book style

Mandy Sutcliffe Art

Bristol

Hello I am Mandy & I am passionate, dare I say obsessed with drawing children. Fuelled by the story book illustrations of my youth (Milly-Molly-Mandy is still my hero!) I strive to capture the children of today in a nostalgic, timeless style. Within my art you will find wooden stilts & floppy hair bows alongside Nike swooshes & Hijabs. I draw, paint, print, stitch, collage the universal theme of childhood innocence & wonder. I adore what I do, I hope you will too.