Thursday 7th of March 2013
Part modernism and part paganism, Lucy McLauchlan's new woodcuts come in editions of 25. They're on sale from today.
Whilst the woodcut process suits Lucy's naturalistic work, we'd remind you that it's not just a traditional process employed for the sake of it. Woodcuts keep their colours embedded in the paper for longer than modern-day processes, and can last for centuries.
The prints are made on tactile Japanese papers and look fantastic in the real. Take a look at their creation in the photos.