'The forager' has been hand screen printed with water based organic inks onto 100% recycled flecked paper.
A beautiful two colour screen print (green and black) featuring an illustration of a collection of plants food that can be foraged in the UK; Nettles, wild garlic, edible mushrooms (be careful!), mussels, elderflower and blackberries.
This foraging print has been lovingly designed and hand printed in an edition of x100. Each signed and numbered by the artist (me!). Hand screen printed in Bristol by Beth from Boodle.
A perfect gift for a new home, a kitchen, or an empty wall! This print was inspired by foraging for food in Devon.
2-colour separation hand pulled screen print on a quality 300gsm 100% recycled speckled paper.
Please note this print comes unframed and will be sent to you wrapped in cellophane with a cardboard backing in a cardboard backed envelope.
Due to the nature of screen printing, some minor imperfections may be present on some items. These are what give screen prints their unique handmade quality but we always aim for perfection and make everything with great care and attention to detail.
A3 signed art print, fits into standard frame sizes.
Dimensions: 297mm x 420 mm/ 11.7" x 16.5"
I love going for walks and foraging for wild plants for dinner so I wanted to make a print of my favourite foraged foods
Shipping & delivery
This item will be posted to you by BoodleBoutique within 3 days of receiving payment.
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