Posts Tagged ‘prints’

Orca by Ana Aceves

Thursday, March 16th, 2017

A4 giclée print - Orca by Ana Aceves

Born in Zamora, Spain, Nelson artist and illustrator Ana Aceves has many strings to her bow, with a Bachelor of Arts in Music and a background in graphic design and art direction. Orca is an A4 fine art giclée print on watercolour paper of an original illustration, printed in Nelson and signed by Ana.


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Why is there a dinosaur…?

Thursday, December 29th, 2016

Why not? :-) Secure your copy of this awesome print from Susannah Tucker Photography today!

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A feline character

Thursday, September 29th, 2016

Meet Nancy, inspired by the street-wise and saucy but compassionate and fiercely protective character from Charles Dickens’ Oliver.

This characterful feline, from the imagination of Canterbury artist Katrina Perano, is printed from a hand-carved Lino block onto high quality acid-free print paper, using archival blue-black ink. Take her home today!

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Just sayin’

Saturday, September 24th, 2016

Snicker. Are you doing a bit of honest self examination, or do you need a gift for a friend with a REALLY good sense of humour? Poster Guy has just the thing…

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Beautiful botanicals

Thursday, September 1st, 2016

New from Gwyneth Hulse Design: simple, elegant botanical prints of kauri, rimu and totara foliage. Gorgeous individually, stunning as a set.

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Saturday, August 20th, 2016

Technology meets tradition in the amazing imagination of Kitiish Penketh of Third Eye Empire

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See more of Kitiish’s intricate android yoga practitioners, silk screened on paper and t-shirts, here.

Beautiful new designs from Native Creative

Wednesday, August 10th, 2016

White Heron (Kotuku)​ : Plywood Art Block by Native Creative

Native Creative has just released a lovely collection of prints on wood, featuring new designs of kereru on puriri, kotuku and huia on karaka. These art block versions are printed onto beautiful birch plywood and make a stunning modern collection hung together (there are eight designs to choose from) – or you can buy them as prints on bamboo veneer, ready to frame in a more traditional style.

We think these are a great gift idea for expat friends or family overseas – light, postable and a little piece of home!

Kereru on Puriri​ : Plywood Art Block by Native Creative


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I scream, you scream…

Sunday, July 31st, 2016

Is it icecream time yet? Glenn Jones Art is making us hungry!

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The Grey Warbler/Riroriro by Rea Art

Saturday, July 23rd, 2016

The Grey Warbler / Riroriro (Blue) by Rea Art

You’re more likely to hear one of these shy birds than see one in the New Zealand bush – their distinctive warble is beautiful and melodic. For Māori, the sound of the Riroriro signified it was kōanga, or springtime. This gorgeous fine art print is reproduced from an original oil painting by Rea Art.


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How many can you name?

Sunday, July 3rd, 2016

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Here’s a warm up for Te Wiki o te Reo Māori! Most of us can list a fair few tree names or bird names in te reo, but how many fish can you I.D.?

This beautifully artistic take on the classic fish’n'chip shop fish species poster by Giselle Draws will get you started, and provide a gorgeous piece of wall art at the same time.

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