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Afro Deco - Goulden Clock Red & Green
£50.00
Afro Deco - Goulden Clock Red & Green
This Gicleé print pays homage to French artist Jean Goulden and his iconic decorative Clock, 1928. Clock design was heavily influenced in the 1920s and '30s by Art Deco, a machine-like aesthetic for a fast-paced industrial age. No object escaped the streamline touch of Art Deco, including clocks, whose cases often echoed the geometric architecture of the day. Edition: 250, signed. Sold unframed and unmounted Paper: Hahnemuehle German Etching, 310gsm
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Afro Deco - Dachshund The Small Dog Appreciation Society
£50.00
Afro Deco - Dachshund The Small Dog Appreciation Society
The Small Dog Appreciation Society print edition. These fantastic Giclée prints are inspired by dutch wax print fabrics and the ever growing popularity of pint sized pets. The name Dachshund is of German origin and literally translates as 'Badger Dog'. Because of their long, narrow build, Dachshunds are often nicknamed sausage dogs. Paper: Hahnemuehle German Etching, 310gsm Edition: 100, Signed 2016 (sold unframed)
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Afro Deco - Boston Terrier The Small Dog Appreciation Society
£50.00
Afro Deco - Boston Terrier The Small Dog Appreciation Society
The Small Dog Appreciation Society print edition. These fantastic Giclée prints are inspired by dutch wax print fabrics and the ever growing popularity of pint sized pets. Named after his city of origin Boston Massachusetts, the Boston Terrier is as American as baseball. In 1865, Robert C. Hooper, a resident of Boston, purchased an English Bulldog, white English Terrier cross. This mixed-breed dog, with his dark brindle colour and white blaze, became known as Hooper's Judge. At the time, bulldog and terrier mixes were used for dog fighting and bullbaiting, and it is believed that Hooper's Judge may have been imported from England for that very purpose. Luckily, Mother Nature had other intentions, and Hooper's Judge was bred with a white female of unknown origin. Several generations of dogs later (and probably with some French Bulldog crossing), the modern Boston Terrier was born. Paper: Hahnemuehle German Etching, 310gsm Edition: 100, Signed 2016 (sold unframed)
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Afro Deco - Pug The Small Dog Appreciation Society
£50.00
Afro Deco - Pug The Small Dog Appreciation Society
The Small Dog Appreciation Society print edition. These fantastic Giclée prints are inspired by dutch wax print fabrics and the ever growing popularity of pint sized pets. For some, pugs are majestic little lumps that emit rays of happiness and sunshine. According to the London Zoological Society, the Pug is one of the oldest dog breeds in the world. Ancient Chinese documents state that short-nosed dogs with the description matching that of the Pug existed in China at around 700 BC. These dogs were only breed and owned by the emperors. It is believed there is an ancient Chinese law whereby only the emperor was allowed to own a Pug, anyone other than the emperor could only own a pug if it was a gift from the Emperor himself, Illegal ownership of a Pug was punishable by death. Sold unframed and unmounted Paper: Hahnemuehle German Etching, 310gsm Edition: 100, signed
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Afro Deco - Pineapple - Grey
£50.00
Afro Deco - Pineapple - Grey
The pineapple has been a symbol of wealth and hospitality since the days of the early colonies. The legend began with a sea captain of New England, who sailed among the Caribbean Islands and returned to the colonies bearing their cargo of fruits, spices and rum. According to the legend, the captain would spear a pineapple on a fence post outside his home to let his friends know of his safe return from sea. The pineapple was an invitation for them to visit, share his food and drink, and listen to tales of his voyage. The English who were overwhelmed with the fruit drew inspiration from its looks and unique shape. As a result, the pineapple inspired the Jamaica Coat of Arms and was used as an architectural element in pottery and planters. The artistic appeal and decorative effect that the pineapple rendered were significant and the pineapple symbol inspired bed posts, tablecloths, napkins and napkin holders as well as bookends and candle holders. The symbol of this cherished fruit grew to be represented on any form of decorations that were visibly displayed for guests to enjoy and feel welcomed. Edition: 250, signed 2015 Sold unframed and unmounted Paper: Hahnemuehle German Etching, 310gsm
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Afro Deco - Pineapple - Pink
£50.00
Afro Deco - Pineapple - Pink
The pineapple has been a symbol of Wealth and hospitality since the days of the early colonies. The legend began with a sea captain of New England, who sailed among the Caribbean Islands and returned to the colonies bearing their cargo of fruits, spices and rum. According to the legend, the captain would spear a pineapple on a fence post outside his home to let his friends know of his safe return from sea. The pineapple was an invitation for them to visit, share his food and drink, and listen to tales of his voyage. The English who were overwhelmed with the fruit drew inspiration from its looks and unique shape. As a result, the pineapple inspired the Jamaica Coat of Arms and was used as an architectural element in pottery and planters. The artistic appeal and decorative effect that the pineapple rendered were significant and the pineapple symbol inspired bed posts, tablecloths, napkins and napkin holders as well as bookends and candle holders. The symbol of this cherished fruit grew to be represented on any form of decorations that were visibly displayed for guests to enjoy and feel welcomed. Edition: 250, signed 2015 Sold unframed and unmounted Paper: Hahnemuehle German Etching, 310gsm
Wolf and Badger