Ian Stevenson prints

Something to bring cheer on this cold December morning – some new prints from UK illustrator, Ian Stevenson, that have just become available on Pictures on Walls. Limited to 50 editions each – get them while they, at least, are hot.

Something to bring cheer on this cold December morning – some new prints from UK illustrator, Ian Stevenson, that have just become available on Pictures on Walls. Limited to 50 editions each – get them while they, at least, are hot.

Each 35″ x 50″ four-colour screenprint is available in an edition of 50, signed and numbered by the artist and printed on 270gsm white paper. All are for sale at £60.00.

Go here to see Ian’s new collection and to ilikedrawing.co.uk for more of the Peckham-based pen-weilding madman’s work.

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