Aye dead on
Bold typography handprinted in an deep purple /aubergine colour on white paper.
Northern Ireland has a unique identity, influenced by both Irish and British culture. We have our own colloquialisms not known or used elsewhere. It is something we are pretty proud of (so it is!) Want to know what it means? Aye, sure dead on, send me a line and I’ll take a wee duke at it!
Printed with water based inks on acid free paper white paper.
All prints are entirely handmade and are unique pieces.Each print may vary slightly and have a few tiny imperfections - which we think adds to the charm!
MATERIALS: Heritage acid free paper (250gsm), 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 21cm x 29.7cm / 8.27 × 11.69 inches / A4 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.
EDITIONS: This is a very low edition of 10 - so when it’s gone in this colour it’s gone! We may reprint the same image in another colour option. We are proud to have these as limited edition as we love to be different - who wants to have the same as everyone else?
POSTAGE: Every piece will arrive in tissue paper inside rigid packaging. To keep the price of postage low and to help the environment we pack our items in previously used packaging (envelopes / cardboard 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
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What is a Screen-Print? Silkscreen Printing is a stenciling method that involves printing ink through stencils that are supported by a porous fabric mesh stretched across a frame called a screen. Each print in an edition is considered an original work of art, not a copy. Silkscreen Printing can be traced as far back as 9000 BC, when stencils were used to decorate Egyptian tombs!
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