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I’ve just released a new reprint of my 2015 zine/artist’s book ‘If the Wind Won’t Serve Take to The Oars’. It’s a wordless story told in 25 lino cuts, printed in an A5 zine. The new version has a different … Continue reading
My latest lino print is called ‘Burners’ of two hand holding skeletons surrounded by flames. It’s a detailed linocut printed on smooth, white Zerkall 145gsm printmaking paper. I have some signed ‘artist proofs’ available from my Etsy store. For more … Continue reading
The Lamp is a hand finished linocut print, that has only recently been made available for sale in my Etsy Store, although I made the print in 2017. The lino block print was made to print up to and over … Continue reading
I’ve added a couple of new prints to my Etsy shop in time for Valentine’s day – a new version of my ‘Memento Vivere‘ (Remember to Live) print, hand finished with individually added roses and leaves, only 15 available, and … Continue reading
My first new print release of 2018 is a screen print version of my It Happens This Time Every Year lino print, made with glow in the dark ink for the hearts. Its now available from my Etsy shop with … Continue reading
‘Peace and Dove‘ is my most recent print release and the last new print of 2017. Many thanks to everyone who’s supported my work this year. New work coming early 2018. Peace and love, Chris.
I have several new prints available from my Etsy shop including Inside Out There (above) – an artist proof plus three hand painted variations. There’s also The Rain Prussian Blue (below) printed on Japanese paper printed in Prussian Blue ink. … Continue reading
My newest enamel pin badge for the collection is Rise Above, based on the lino print of the same name/design. It’s now available from my Etsy shop at click here or the image above to view.
Fear Not is a brand new, intricate linocut print that’s just been added to my Etsy shop. The quote is one of my favourites by the late great Bill Hicks. It’s printed on smooth Zerkall paper in black, oil-based ink. For … Continue reading