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12.5×12.5cm Original
Type of Daffodil


A few days ago, Matthew Burrows instigated the #artistsupportpledge

“It’s a simple concept, you post images of your work you are willing to sell for no more than £200 each (not including shipping). Every time you reach £1000 of sales you pledge to buy another artist’s work for £200. ”

I’m so excited about this brilliant idea, as it helps everyone in a really beautiful, positive way in this time of uncertainty.

“This creates a small but dynamic market where all can contribute whatever their level of success. This is a culture dependent on the honesty and generosity of our artistic communities at every level. So, make a pledge, post your work with the #artistsupportpledge
Please repost this and make a pledge. I look forward to seeing your work. @matthewburrowsstudio #supportartists ”


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A 12x12cm original work of typewriter art on Arches 100% cotton paper.  Made using the characters of an old manual typewriter .

The Daffodil came to mind as right now in this ‘downtime’ I personally feel that although its a terribly worrying time, it has also forced us to live in the present, with family and friends, neighbours and online / offline communities reaching out to help and support one another.  The daffodil supposedly symbolised Hope, Renewal and Prosperity , and I am clinging on to those ideas , that this time will help us to appreciate what we have, and that in a crisis people can do amazing things.. I keep thinking of Greta Thunberg pointing out (to New Scientist) that ” It also shows that once we are in an emergency, we can act and we can change our behaviour quickly,”

So I’m thinking of humanity as well as the planet with this one.

This original typic comes ‘loose’ with ‘Keira Rathbone Typewriter Artist’ gold branded backing board and protected with a cellophane sleeve.

It also has inside the cellophane sleeve loose typed and cut-out letters that make up the words HOPE RENEWAL and PROSPERITY, which I would frame loose in the frame if I were to frame it.

Postage options are 1st class Royal Mail or Royal Mail Signed for .

Any questions please let me know as I’m always happy to answer them!