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Atë, goddess of mischief linocut art print

Atë, goddess of mischief linocut art print

Original linocut art print inspired by mythology featuring Greek goddess of mischief and trickery, Atë. Atë tricked Zeus and was expelled from Olympus to wander the earth, where she wreaked havoc on the world of men. This modern interpretation features her in close up, casually sucking a lollipop.

  • Details

    Original hand pressed linocut print, unframed

    A4 size (approx. 210 x 297 mm, 8.3 x 11.7 inches)

    140gsm acid free white cartridge paper, made from 80% recycled material

    Oil based relief printing ink in red with yellow accent

    Open edition, all prints titled and signed

    Prints are posted in hard-backed envelopes with eco-friendly plastic-free packaging

    I recommend framing this print in an A3 frame with a A4 mount, or a 12x14 inch frame with an 8x10 inch mount.

  • About linocut

    Linocut is a printmaking technique where designs are carved into linoleum. They are inked with a roller or brayer and then pressed onto paper, either by hand or with a printing press, to reveal the design. Due to the nature of the linoprint process, each piece will have it's own little variations and character, meaning it's unique to you.
£15.00 Regular Price
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