An A2 Limited Edition Screen Print featuring global children holding hands around the world. Inspired by my 'Paper Chain Project' that I drew during lockdown which featured over 300 'real life' children. Holding hands is such an ordinary thing that we see and do all the time but this tiny everyday behaviour triggers chemical reactions in our minds that makes us feel loved, happy, cared for and respected. A wonderful affirmative art print to hang in your home to remind us of friendship, equality and the innocence of childhood. Perfect for a nursery, child's bedroom or any quiet reflective place. Hand pulled in my local screen printing studio, there will only ever be 34 of these art works in this colour way, a true collectors item for lovers of vintage inspired art work featuring children.
This is a Limited Edition Hand Pulled Screen Print, printed locally at the wonderful Spike Island. Chocolate Brown ink on heavy weight 260gsm Cream card (Also available in Warm Black ink on Kraft card, see separate listing) The print is A2 in size which measures 59.4cm x 42cm, the globe measures 36cm. The edition is limited to just 34 in this colour way. It is signed, dated and numbered and comes with a handwritten Certificate of Authenticity. Posted *rolled in a sturdy wide tube with tissue paper & of course a few extra goodies!
*Please note these are rolled with the upmost care, over rolling can crease the card, so please be ever so careful if you re roll after opening.
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Receive it by 8th - 12th March
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Mandy Sutcliffe Art
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.