I’ve been fascinated by clouds since I was a child. I spent lots of time roaming outdoors and had clouds painted on the ceiling of one of my childhood rooms. Back then there seemed to be infinite ways to look at them, picking out different shapes, patterns, and faces in the clouds. Clouds remain a recurring subject in my drawings particularly because of the openness they carry in not being connected to a specific time or place.
We lovingly print every artworks in London using the crème de la crème of fine art printing techniques and materials.
Our frames are all hand made in the UK and feature 25mm mount and UV protecting acrylic for longevity and safety.
Our print dimensions are:
(A5) 21 x 14.8 cm | 8.3 x 5.8 in
(A4) 21 x 29.7 cm | 8.3 x 11.7 in
(A3) 29.7 x 42 cm | 11.7 x 16.5 in
(A2) 42 x 59.4 cm | 16.5 x 23.4 in
This is a limited edition print, so comes verified with a numbered certificate of authenticity that is signed by the artist. This makes gifting this artwork even more special.
Shipping is available worldwide. It is free within the UK (Royal Mail Tracked) and £25 for international orders via express courier (excluding framed artworks).
We currently only ship frames within the UK, so we've made sure each print fits easily into ready-made frames that you can buy from any interiors shop.
We use plastic-free packaging for our flat packed artworks (A5 - A3). Larger artworks (A2 and up) are shipped in tubes that are 95% plastic-free. We are working on becoming complete plastic-free in 2021.
Roughly 1 in 4 people in the United Kingdom are diagnosed with some sort of mental health issue each year, with 50% of mental health problems in adult life (excluding dementia) taking root before the age of 15.
To help fight this, we’ve partnered with the amazing Place2Be Art Room programme. They are a pioneer in early intervention, helping schools understand and identify mental health problems, and use art-making and discussion to support pupils with emotional difficulties.
A percentage of our profits go directly to the programme, helping children learn to cope with the world through art.