I visited Elcaf yesterday to pick up a package of prints by the illustrator Tom Frost. I’ve been selling a selection of his greetings cards, published by Betty & Dupree they have been extremely popular so we are very excited to have the prints. Due to low stocks we were only able to obtain one of each design, so for the moment they will only be available to buy in store. For those of you unable to make it to Columbia Road you’ll have to admire them here.
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Ingela P Arrhenius ‘London’ £18
Ingela P Arrhenius ‘Paris’ £18
Ingela P Arrhenius ‘New York’ £18
City prints are proving to be very popular here at Elphick’s. We have been selling sets of London, Paris and New york by Blanca Gomez like hot cakes. Continuing with the same theme, we shall be stocking this set by the Swedish illustrator Ingela P Arrhenius. All measure 50cm x 70cm, so they will fit into ready made frames and they are a very affordable £18 each. I have to say my favourite is London. The order is placed, so I will let you know just as soon as they arrive.
Blanca Gomez ‘Bonjour’ £35
Blanca’s work continues to be very popular at Elphick’s and here are three new prints which are on their way to Columbia. Keep an eye online, as they will soon be available there too.
Lisa Masterson ‘Cherry’
New prints are available at our online store by Lisa Masterson, Audrey Jeanne and Ingela P Arrhenius. Please visit www.elphicksshop.com
James Brown’s ‘Jubilee’ print was featured in Bricks and Mortar in The Times Property section last Friday. Buy yours here while stocks last.
Really excited to announce that Elphick’s will soon be stocking the work of the Sweden based illustrator Ingela P Arrhenius, whose illustrations are inspired by her love of 50’s and 60’s art and design. I think these prints would make a welcome addition to any child’s room. I have placed the order and will let you know just as soon as they arrive.
James Brown ‘The Wick’ £50. Available here.
In his own words…
“Hackney Wick was referred to in a 1976 episode of Dr Who as “A mudpatch in the middle of nowhere.” Thirty six years later and the whole world is coming to town!
Well, they will be next-door at least, and like a snooty neighbour they seem to want to shield us from view.
Without contravening any Olympic regulations by putting the word ‘LONDON’ next to ‘2012’ I have created a print which celebrates the ‘unsightly industrial area’ that has more going for it than any tourist or sports fan will ever get to know about”.
Penelope is an Australian born artist who now lives and works in Brighton, U.K. Her work explores the relationship between humans and other animals, especially in connection to transhumanism, evolution, hybrids and biotechnology. She graduated from Brighton University in 2011 with a B.A. (Hons) in printmaking and his now forging a very successful career selling her limited edition prints. A selection are now available to buy on our online shop www.elphicksshop.com