Drawing inspiration from small joys and tiny treasures that that can be found throughout the four seasons, the Autumn Goddess is part of a new set of seasonal prints designed in collaboration with artist Karolin Schnoor. The crackle of collected fallen leaves, berries and acorns decorating the hedgerows, a time for foraging and harvest.
- Limited edition of 50
- Spring, Summer, Autumn & Winter available
- Full set of 4 also available here
- Signed and numbered by Karolin Schnoor
- Screen printed in the UK
- Dimensions: A3 (29.7cm x 42cm)
- Unframed: ships rolled in a tube
- View our full collection of prints
Designed in collaboration with artist Karolin Schnoor. Exclusive signed and numbered hand-pulled screenprint in black ink on off white recycled paper.
Exclusive signed and numbered edition, designed in collaboration with illustrator Karolin Schnoor. Hand-pulled screen print, A3 size in black ink on off white recycled paper.
Artwork designed in collaboration with the amazing Karolin Schnoor, the creator of the Tattoo Lady calendar, who is a German freelance illustrator and designer currently based in the UK.
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