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Who can make what from very little, and who decides whether it’s worth it. These bold wall prints highlight the differences in what people want out of life. Some enjoy the creativity of making something, others appreciate the skill involved. But, there can’t be one without the other.


The Black&White Series

Stark typographical comments on the contrast between those who have ideas and those who decide if those ideas are actually any good! The message is that we are all as important as each other within the great scheme of things, whatever our role. Choose from landscape or portrait format to suit your space.


Available either unframed or in a black wooden frame and black card window mount.


A digital print on 200gsm FSC uncoated from the Cullars brand, designed by the artist, David Hopkins, produced by Screamprint Limited. Prints are not signed or numbered.

I'd rather be brewing - B&W typographical print

  • Landscape format version

    Image area 145mm x 280mm

    Sheet size 300mm x 400mm

    Frame size 330mm x 430mm x 22mm


    Portrait format version

    Image area 180mm x 285mm

    Sheet size 300mm x 400mm

    Frame size 330mm x 430mm x 22mm

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