'Otso' - Giclée Art Print

Not Now Nancy

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    • Order placed
    • 22nd July
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    • Standard delivery
    • 2nd - 5th August
  • Made in UK
  • Handmade

Limited Edition Signed Giclee Art Print...

Limited Edition Signed Giclee Art Print

Done in Not Now Nancy black ink tattoo style, hand finished with gold leaf.

The Story Behind Otso:
In Finnish mythology, Otso is a bear, the sacred king of animals and leader of the forest. It was deeply feared and respected by old Finnish tribes.

Some sub-traditions considered the bear to be a relative who had fled the community and been transmogrified by the power of the forest.

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Printed on High grade Etching paper

Edition of 100.

Paper Size

Print comes wrapped in tissue and flat packed


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Receive it by 2nd - 5th August

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Not Now Nancy art prints, digital art, tattoo art, gold leaf, black ink

Not Now Nancy

South London

Not Now Nancy is a print maker & designer who works from her studio in South London and The Thames Barrier Print Studios. Her work is full of symbolism, antiquity and symmetry. Many of her prints embody forgotten themes from mythology, folk law, history books and a little starters (geek).

Bringing together contemporary visual symmetry and a historical narrative she constructs one harmonious image. Retelling this narrative from a fairer angle she begins to rewrite the history that has been passed down through the male voice in a more palatable manor. In essence giving women, minorities and misrepresented historial characters back the power that was taken from them in mistold stories.