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Printmakers against cancer

Together with the printmaking community we're fighting back against cancer.

 

This year we are raising money for cancer research charities by selling prints generously donated by artists who have a Portable Printing Press.

If you'd like to donate prints to be listed on our website please get in touch

100% of the sale price will be donated

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AN GHEALACH

An Ghealach is irish for The Moon.

Hand pulled lino print on handmade natural Lokta paper (60gsm)

Size: A4 (297 x 210mm)

Each print is unique and may vary slightly due to the nature of being handmade.

If you're interesting in seeing how I make these prints you can see more on my Instagram and TikTok account @emcillustration

Luna

Hand pulled lino print on handmade Lokta natural paper. (30gsm)

Size: A4

Four deckled edges

Each print is unique and may vary slightly due to the nature of being handmade.

Lokta paper is a lightweight handmade paper with incredible durability and beautiful texture.

If you're interesting in seeing how I make these prints you can see more on my Instagram and TikTok account @emcillustration

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Wäwuru

Wäwuru is the name of the coastal tree bearing small, sweet red fruit and is also known as Mimusops Elengi. Pronounced 'wah-woo-roo', it is the name I was given by the Warramiri people on whose land we lived, and whose lives we shared for almost 5 years on Elcho Island, NE Arnhem Land.

Each print is pulled from a hand-carved block and printed on beautiful papers. Prints are labelled with the Yolŋu name, numbered according to their edition and signed.

Print size is approximately 15 x 15cm on A4 paper.
Printed using Cranfield Caligo black ink on acid-free 210gsm paper.

Donated in honour of all those who bravely battle with cancer.

website - www.wawuruprints.com

instagram - @wawuruprints

Gäŋa

The Wild Bush Passionfruit (Gäŋa) is a prolific climbing vine. With it's majestic flowers,
it also produces little fruit pods which are edible only once they turn yellow.

This monocolour print looks elegant printed in black.

Each print is pulled from a hand-carved block and printed on beautiful papers. Prints are labelled with
the Yolŋu name, numbered according to their edition and signed.

Print size is approximately 15 x 15cm on A4 paper.
Printed using Cranfield Caligo ink on acid-free 210gsm paper.

Donated in honour of all those who bravely battle with cancer.

website - www.wawuruprints.com

instagram - @wawuruprints

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