The Memories of Summer fine art print is inspired by long summer days at the beach, scouring the shoreline and rockpools for tiny ocean treasures. The hazy layers of the print give it a dream-like quality that will help you drift off to your favourite summer beach memories. Each print is carefully hand finished with gold foil making each one unique and extra special.
‘Memories Of Summer’ originates from a hand printed piece created by Liz, founder of Slow Sunday, in her home studio in Bristol. Liz uses a unique papercut stencil and roller print technique to produce her beautifully textured prints. The handmade artwork has then been scanned and digitally modified to create the perfect print. The artwork is digitally printed onto artist quality smooth cotton high white paper. The paper has a lovely quality and is thick and weighty at 225gsm.
Your print will be carefully packaged with a cardboard backing and placed inside a card backed envelope to ensure it arrives with you safely. The print itself will be wrapped in a bio-degradable and compostable ‘cellophane’ bag which has been made in the UK from vegetable starch. These bags can be placed in either a home or commercial compost bin and will break down to CO2 and water which can then be reused in the ecosystem to make new plants.
Liz will add a handwritten thank you note to each order. This note can be customised with your own personal message if you want to send this directly as a gift.
This print is available in 2 sizes:
A5 (14.8cm X 21cm)
A4 (21cm X 29.7cm)
The print is sold unframed and I highly recommend using a local framer to construct a frame to fit your print perfectly. However the prints will fit standard frames.
Please note that colours may vary slightly due to screen settings.
Prices include UK post and packaging and all orders will be shipped first class Royal Mail. During this time orders will be dispatched 2-3 times a week. If you need your order to arrive by a specific date please feel free to contact me and I will do my best to accommodate your needs.
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