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R is for Rhinoceros - Alphabet Silkscreen Print

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R is for Rhinoceros - Alphabet Silkscreen Print

18.00

By Sarah Young.

This alphabet print is a silkscreen print.

Each letter is printed in one of four rich, dark colours.

It has been printed onto Fabriano 5, a half cotton and half woodpulp paper, Smooth and acid free. 

This print is one of 100. 
The actual image size is approximately 4.3" x 2.5" (110mm x 65mm) 
The paper size is approximately 8.26" x 8.26" (210mm x 210mm) 
The print will come to you backed by greyboard and with information about the other alphabet prints. 
It is wrapped in cellophane.

Sarah says: "I was doing a lot of scraperboard illustration, and decided to make an alphabet from scraperboard, and then made into a silkscreen print. I made them so that they could be bought individually, or a few to make a word or name or the whole lot!"

Sarah is a painter, printmaker, illustrator and maker. Her work is often narrative, inspired by and referencing myth, folk tales, circus and burlesque imagery. She creates lino and wood cuts, but also works in screen printing and has recently been developing new methods of working in mono print and collograph (printing collage blocks).

 

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By Sarah Young.

This alphabet print is a silkscreen print.

Each letter is printed in one of four rich, dark colours.

It has been printed onto Fabriano 5, a half cotton and half woodpulp paper, Smooth and acid free. 

This print is one of 100. 
The actual image size is approximately 4.3" x 2.5" (110mm x 65mm) 
The paper size is approximately 8.26" x 8.26" (210mm x 210mm) 
The print will come to you backed by greyboard and with information about the other alphabet prints. 
It is wrapped in cellophane.

Sarah says: "I was doing a lot of scraperboard illustration, and decided to make an alphabet from scraperboard, and then made into a silkscreen print. I made them so that they could be bought individually, or a few to make a word or name or the whole lot!"

Sarah is a painter, printmaker, illustrator and maker. Her work is often narrative, inspired by and referencing myth, folk tales, circus and burlesque imagery. She creates lino and wood cuts, but also works in screen printing and has recently been developing new methods of working in mono print and collograph (printing collage blocks).