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Lake District Poem Print
This wonderful Lake District Poem Print has been created as a collaboration with Steven on words and Helena illustrating. It perfectly captures what it is about the Lake District that people love and return year in year out for. It makes the perfect Christmas gift for a friend, husband or wife and will spark many a happy memories of time spent walking and drinking in the fresh air.
"Run"Motivational Print gift for marathon runners. Show your respect with our special print written by a runner for runners. "Sometimes you need to run To grab your trainers, your vest To leave the emails, the text What’s been before, What’s happening next Sometimes you need the pavement The park, the drizzle, the rain The sweat, the mud The wind and the pain Sometimes you need to run Not for a purpose or a goal But for the sound of your steps Re-charging your soul" The verse on this inspirational print has been penned by a runner for runners. It perfectly conveys the joy and benefits of taking yourself off for a trot be it hill running or chat and jog with chums. Taken from an original by Helena which was created using lino print, mono print and collage, this print is brand new for 2017 and as such features a fresh, green palette. If framing is selected your print will be mounted in an off white conservation mount framed in a white, black or oak frame as shown in the photos. A4 prints are mounted and framed in A3 frames (29.7cm x42cm) We use lightweight framing materials and perspex glazing which has exactly the same appearance as glass. It has the additional benefits of safer transit and fewer breakages. Your framed prints will be carefully packaged and boxed up to arrive in pristine condition.
Hill Climb Cycling Print
This fantastic verse has been written by our very own Mr C - himself a cycler. I think you'll agree that it captures the thrill of the hill perfectly (see what I did there? That's why I stick to the pictures!) Ride the Summer out and the Winter back, Every dual carriage-way, every single track. Ride for the wind in your face, the sun on your back. For the hum of rubber, on a smooth tarmac. Ride for the wet, for the cold, for the high. For that small patch of blue in the far distant sky. Freedom, some say, comes with struggle and pain. While others, they find it, in a saddle and a chain.
“Run” motivational Coaster – gift for a runner
A super, high quality coaster and the perfect Christmas gift or birthday gift for your running club buddies. Taken from an original mixed media artwork in Helena's signature style and featuring an original verse by Steve Corbett. Please also see other products in our "Run" range. We can gift wrap your coaster coaster/mug fro a small additional charge
“A Yorkshire Valentine” Poem Card
This Yorkshire Valentine Poem Card will strike a card with many of us - you don't need to live in Yorkshire or have Yorkshire friends and relatives. We've all seen Emmerdale! The poem reads: This is me Yorkshire valentine, To tell thee ‘ow as feels. To say that as mad about ye, ‘ead over me ‘eels. That it can get me reet vexed, Not sayin’ what’s in me ‘eart. So this year I’m not faffin’, Getting’ in reet from t’start. I’ve picked this card to tell thee That thee’s allus on me mind. That it would make me reet chuffed If thou’d be me Yorkshire valentine. A touching and lovely card for a hopeless romantic who wants to get it off their chest! A6 in size.
made from:Made from responsibly sourced 280gms board.
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CLEARANCE – Lake District Art Print
This print is in clearance as it has not margins. It is perfect in every way apart from this but you may loose a tiny bit of the image where you frame it. This Lake District print was inspired by the tranquility of being in the middle of nowhere - something we all dream about with today's increasingly busy lifestyle. This mounted, unframed print also features the timeless words from William Wordsworths "Composed By The Side Of Grasmere Lake, 1806": "Be thankful, thou; for, if unholy deeds Ravage the world, tranquillity is here!"