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Originally hand drawn using fine liner pens, this illustration has been reproduced as a limited edition print run of 100. They have been digitally printed using the Giclee method on thick, archival Somerset Photo Satin paper, giving them a beautifully smooth and high quality finish. Each print is signed and numbered and comes packaged with an off white mount.
Mount dimensions: 14 - 11 inches
Apperture (window in mount): 170 - 247mm
Frame not included.
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All artwork is copyright of Iain Cox 2013
Iain's inspiration for this design was a summer holiday to sunny Cornwall, watching all the fishing boats trawling in and out of the harbours. The question he asked himself, how many different types of fish could he fit into this image? Long fish, fat fish, flat fish, small fish, spiky fish, non fish, fun fish, the list was endless. He crammed as many of these in as is possible and a few more.
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