Hibernal Solstice – A distraction from the season’s excesses. The Future Kept and Old Hope Archive offer you a quiet reminder of the gentle pace and natural peace to be found following the moon’s annual journey around our planet. There’s joy to be found in each quarter and although hibernal Solstice marks the lengthening of the days, its a natural milestone to relish the stripped back, restorative simplicity of our winter months.
- Limited edition of 60
- Signed and numbered by the Artist
- Hand pulled screen print made in the Kentish countryside
- Each print varies in finish and has intentional distressing
- FSC 100% Recycled 298gsm card
- Dimensions: 50 x 70cm
- Unframed: ships rolled in a tube
- View our full collection of prints
Designed in collaboration with Old Hope Archive, A peculiar den in the Kent countryside producing emotive, low fidelity renderings, distinctive markings and unpredictable makings.
Old Hope Archive
A peculiar den in the Kent countryside producing emotive, low fidelity renderings, distinctive markings and unpredictable makings.
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