Green Orange Swiss Cheese
A3 Minimalist Botanical Screen print.
This bright and fresh plant print features the Monstera Deliciosa - AKA Swiss Cheese plant, hand printed on an orange background to give that added colour pop!
It’s the perfect gift for the person who can’t keep real life plants happy - this one can’t die!
Or, if YOU have a crazy plant (or art) addiction, feed it and watch (your collection) grow!
All prints are entirely handmade. This edition was experimental and as such every print is different- making them one off unique pieces! So when it’s gone it’s gone! There may be others in a different layout or colour option so have a look see!
We are proud to make our work BY HAND NO inkjet or laser printers here, thank you very much. We make all pieces in limited editions so what you get is truly special.
Why do we make them by hand and in limited edition - isn’t it easier to just press a button on a printer? Of course it is, but what is special about that? and who wants to have the same thing as everyone else? Not us - no siree bob! Dare to be different.
MATERIALS: acid free paper, water based ink, silk screen. All our inks are hand-mixed, so while we aim for a consistent colour they may vary slightly from one print to the next.
Sizing: The print is A3: 29.7cm x 42cm (11.69 x 16.53 inches) and fits into standard sized, off the shelf frames but we feel it is worth having it framed professionally for it to stand the test of time! Print is sold without mount or frame.
POSTAGE: Every piece will arrive in tissue paper inside rigid packaging. To keep the price of postage low and to help the environment at times we use pre-used and recycled envelopes or cardboard packaging tubes. We aim to have these in the post within 3 to 5 business days of receiving payment. If there are any problems we will contact you to let you know.
Please feel free to get in touch with any enquiries and Thanks for visiting!
What is a Screen-Print? Silkscreen Printing is a stencilling method. The screen is made of a fabric mesh stretched tight across a frame. A stencil is placed on top of the screen and kept in place. The ink is pushed through the holes in the stencil and onto paper below.
Each print in an edition is considered an original work of art, not a copy.
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