Happy Easter! Here's a selection of our new screenprints, including a very dapper bunny.
There are 3 animals in the new collection, and each one is available in 2 colourways:- a strong block colour, and a fade or ombre-effect print.
The bunny comes in black diamond, shown above, and yellow gold, with an orange blend, as shown below.
Then we have the crocodiles, in metallic green, and what I am calling 'watermelon' which is a softer green which blends with a juicy red.
And finally, the sweet little elephant, in a pretty aqua/lilac blend, as well as copper red.
All the animals were originally drawn by Robert Shadbolt, and have been individually screenprinted by me. And they are all available in the Mr.PS online shop, right about now! Have a look in the screenprint section to see the complete collection.
I've loved putting together this fresh palette of colours, using some of my existing shades: deco green, aqua and midnight ink, and blending some new ones: sherbet lemon, pepper red, rose pink and soft lilac. The latter two are inspired by the Pantone colours of the year 2016: rose quartz and serenity.
Available in the Mr.PS online shop now, here's the link for the current greeting cards.
A new addition to the Mr.PS collection... I've printed my new arrow and dotty patterns on to kraft-bound plain paper Moleskine cahiers. These are the pocket sized journals, so handy to have about your person for drawing, doodling and writing notes, lyrics, to-do lists!
As it's an original Moleskine, it has a paper pocket at the back for saving tickets, and other little momentos, as well as the last few pages being perforated so you can easily rip one out to give someone else. The back cover is embossed with the Moleskine and Mr.PS logos.
Available in 2 designs, and in 3 colourways, I've screenprinted these beauties using my own-mix neon opaque inks, which make the design really pop. Look at the dotty pattern too long and your eyes might go a bit funny...
Here's the first of my new, deeper pencil cases, Zig Zag Dot...
A double-sided print, comprising zig zag arrows on one side, and full stop dots on the other.
I created the pattern using punctuation marks found on one of our vintage typewriters, and as always, all the fabric is screenprinted by hand before being sewn up, complete with a chunky gold-coloured zip.