This work was Natasha Durley’s entry to the 2015 Bridgeman Studio Award, ‘The Great Outdoors’ for which CultureLabel were a sponsor and judge.
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Natasha Durley says of her work: ‘Vibrant colours reflect the playful side of my work, which often features curious creatures and the natural world. I'm particularly interested in rough line work, smudge marks and crudely cut paper and enjoy finding ways of retaining these raw elements within my practice.’
This is a limited edition print of 50, signed with a certificate of authenticity.
The price of the edition increases as it sells out.
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Size: 50 x 70 cm
About the Artist
Natasha Durley is a freelance illustrator based in Bournemouth. Following a degree in Illustration from Arts University College Bournemouth, Durley was the recipient of the 2012 D&AD Best of Year Award. She has since been shortlisted for the AOI Illustration Awards and is a visiting lecturer at the Arts University Bournemouth. Durley freelances for clients across the surface pattern design industry.
Durley’s client list includes The Architectural Review, WRAP Magazine, Marks & Spencer, Oh Comely, Nobrow and Eastpak.
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- The frame is produced using a high quality wood moulding.
- The frame is mounted with a 5cm antique white mount. The print, mount, glazing and hardboard is all held in place using rigid metal tabs.
- On the reverse of the frame there is a metal hanging apparatus stamped directly into the hardboard which requires hammer a nail or screw into the wall, the metal hanger then sits directly over this.
-These framed prints aren't glass, to prevent damage in shipping we use styrene glazing.