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Sale! 25% off Broons and Oor Wullie prints

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I have reduced the price of selected standard sized Broons and Oor Wullie prints by 25%, so the price falls from £40 to £30 per 26cms x 19cms print. These were all drawn by Dudley D Watkins, who continued to produce the stories until his death in 1969, and exhibits the skill he had in […]

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Portrait of Olive Oyl

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Portrait of Olive Oyl, looking happy I love Olive – she’s a complex character, in turns feisty, passionate, needy and contrary. She’s capable of tenderness and violence. A real heroine in her own right. This screenprint is made using a drawing by the artist who invented Olive Oyl (and then Popeye), Elzie Segar, who died in […]

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New batch of Asterix prints on the drier

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I have bled the ink to the edge of the mould-made paper to maximise the vividness of the screenprint. This image is taken from the Asterix books – it is actually one of those used at the beginning of each book to introduce the characters. I am the the first and only British screenprinter to […]

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New portrait of Dennis the Menace

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Dennis the Menace has one of the most recognisable faces in Britain. That chaotic shock of hair, that round face, that grin. I like the simplicity and clarity of this screenprint: the black-and-white face, the splash of colour. And he’s also come to be associated with the colour red – the colour of the stripe […]

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Portrait of Olive Oyl looking cheerful

Posted by John Patrick Reynolds on

Portrait of Olive Oyl, looking happy I love Olive – she’s a complex character, in turns feisty, passionate, needy and contrary. She’s capable of tenderness and violence. A real heroine in her own right. This screenprint is made using a drawing by the artist who invented Olive Oyl (and then Popeye), Elzie Segar, who died in […]

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