November 28, 2021
We made it on to the Blog and Buy Sale Christmas Wish List again this year! This is a curated list of the very best creative products available online. Click on the image below to be taken to the list for some serious gift inspiration from a huge range of talented designers and makers.
August 25, 2021
The Modernist Kid is here! These 10 new prints are inspired by some of our favourite past and current designs for small people and big people alike.
These are giclee prints on heavy fine art paper. This type of printing produces strong, vivid colours and a high quality finish
April 08, 2021
We are excited to announce two new additions to the Scandi House collection. Launched at the end of 2020 with just four prints the collection was an immediate hit so we decided to expand it with two new pieces of work. The Søholm I and Villa Mariea open edition prints are available from today.
Click on the image below to see the new work and the rest of the collection.
March 28, 2021
Limited edition prints are created in ‘editions’, or ‘runs’, (usually 25, 50, 100, 250, 500) and are hand signed and numbered by the artist. Each edition is set by size and any other features such as printing surface, i.e. art paper or canvas. Once that edition has sold it, it cannot be printed again in that way, hence their more collectable status.
Open edition prints can be reproduced limitlessly in any number of variations; therefore they are priced lower than a limited edition print. Offering affordability open edition prints are a great way to get art onto your walls, and they make great gifts too.
Often open edition prints are produced more cheaply than limited editions using a lesser quality paper or printing process. My limited and open edition prints are both printed the same way by the same gallery printers on the same artist papers so there is no difference in quality. The difference is that my limited edition prints are just that 'limited'. There are only a set number printed and these will all be signed and numbered by me. Once they sold they won't be reproduced again.
March 11, 2021
We are happy announce new work in the gallery! This drawing is inspired by the Hayward Gallery and its painted yellow concrete steps. This iconic brutalist building is located on the Southbank in Central London. The Hayward Gallery was designed by Norman Engleback, Ron Herron, Dennis Crompton and Dan Graham and completed in 1968.
Limited edition print size : A3 - 29.7cm x 42.0cm
This is a giclee print on heavy 308gsm matt fine art paper.
10 editions available only, numbered and signed by the artist Sarah Evans