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All delivery is weight based. Free UK delivery on purchases over £100. We offer free delivery on framed art work for the following postcode areas...

Ludlow: SY8

London: N1, EC1, EC2, E1, E2, E5, E8, E9

We are more than happy to ship items outside of the UK, email us for pricing and more information.


We offer a framing service on all our prints. We frame our prints in variations of ash frames with mount or float but other options are available. Please contact us for prices and further details.

Screen Printing

A printing technique that first appeared in a recognizable form in China during the Shang Dynasty using a woven mesh to support an ink-blocking stencil.

Originally a profitable industrial technology, screen printing was eventually adopted by artists as an expressive and conveniently repeatable medium for duplication well before the 20th century. It is currently popular both in fine arts and in commercial printing.


first used by the artists of Die Brücke in Germany between 1905-13, the linocut was established as a professional print medium after the input of Picasso and Matisse. It is a variation on the woodcut in which the design is cut into a piece of linoleum where the uncarved mirrors the parts of the image to show (printed). The first large colour linocuts made by an American artist were those of Walter Inglis Anderson, ca. 1943-1945, which were exhibited at the Brooklyn Museum in 1949. Today, linocut is a popular technique among street artists and street art-related fine art.