Graham has been a graphic designer by profession and is now using these design skills to create strong graphic linocut prints.

Each print is cut from a single block of lino, printing the lightest colour first, then cutting into the same block to produce the second colour and so on until the final result is achieved. This means that a cut can never be reprinted.

All prints use linseed oil inks and are printed on acid free paper*.

*unless stated

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