Instruments of Hope Set of Five for Bev

'Instruments of Hope' Set of All Five Open Edition Relief Prints

Edition size: Open Edition

Medium: Oil-based ink on Japanese Masa paper

Image size (w x h): 15 x 21cm (A5)

Paper size (w x h): 21 x 29.7cm (A4)

Unmounted: will fit standard A4 picture frames, and I recommend using a professional framer.

The price here is for five unframed, unmounted prints with acid free backing boards to keep them flat.

Price: £125

“Tracked and Signed for” delivery is free for this set as a “thank you” to you for all your support. 🙂

These prints are open editions, meaning that I can keep printing them for as long as you keep asking for them (until the plate falls to pieces).

Music Venue Trust logo in black and white

£5 from every sale of every will be donated to the Music Venue Trust. That’s £25 for the set, thank you!

Find out more about the ‘Instruments of Hope’ series over on the blog.

A suggested arrangement of black and white relief prints of a retro microphone, a black semi-acoustic guitar, a keyboard, a bass guitar, and a snare drum with brushes. Each print is A5 in size and has a narrow black border. They are in slightly wider black “frames” the size of the paper (A4). They are arranged in the same manner as the five dots on a dice; two at the top (mic, portrait; keys, landscape), one in the middle (guitar, portrait), and two at the bottom (drum, landscape; bass headstock, portrait).
A linocut relief print of a retro chrome microphone gleaming under studio lights
A black and white relief print of a black gloss semi acoustic guitar. This close-up view is of the very top of the sound hole, a fraction of the top of the guitar body, and the focus is on a good portion of the fretboard. The strings run out of the top of the frame from top to bottom and their six different gauges are clearly visible.
A linocut relief print of a keyboard. It could be a traditional piano or an electric keyboard. The view is from the front of the white keys, with the black keys further back away from the viewer. The shadows between the keys show the perspective.
A black and white relief print of the texture on the skin of a very used and loved snare drum. On the skin sit two brushes, although that texture must have been made by some serious drumming with drumsticks! At the bottom left of the image a small sliver of a cymbal is visible.
A black and white relief print of a wooden bass guitar. The view is of the top of the fretboard in a dark wood, the headstock in a lighter wood whose grain is clearly picked out in the cutting. The four different strings run from the bottom of the frame to their respective tuning keys and the frayed silk binding the metal strings are visible.
Instruments of Hope Series
Instruments of Hope 1
Instruments of Hope 2
Instruments of Hope 3
Instruments of Hope 4
Instruments of Hope 5
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Instruments of Hope Series
Instruments of Hope 1
Instruments of Hope 2
Instruments of Hope 3
Instruments of Hope 4
Instruments of Hope 5
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