Damn Everything But The Circus quote from Corita Kent x Your Legacy Is Every Life You Touch quote from Maya Angelou. Signed, dated, open edition...View full product details
Quotes from Sister Corita Kent, the radical screen printing nun. COME ALIVE. SOMEDAY IS NOW. LET'S TALK VOTE. YES THANK YOU. GET WITH THE ACTION....View full product details
Persistence is your greatest weapon. It is in the nature of barriers that they fall. Do not seek to become like your opponents. You have...View full product details
Every day you live as a kind of triumph. This you should cling onto. You should make no effort to try and join society. Stay...View full product details
Neither look forward where there is doubt nor backward where this is regret. Look inward and ask not if there is anything outside that you...View full product details
At last! The perfect card for that QUEERDO in your life... Inside left blank, envelope included. 110mm x 150mm size when folded, 110mm x 420mm when opened out....View full product details
Bloom and Grow and One Wild Precious Life cards. Set of 8 greetings cards (2 x each design) Inside left blank, includes 8 x kraft envelopes. A6...View full product details
Stay Home. Eat Pies . Send them to your friends and family all over the world... Sold as a set of 10. A6 size on 400gsm heavyweight board.View full product details
Hello, my name is Pea, I'm a printmaker and designer based in Hastings, East Sussex.
My print work reflects my love of words and belief in our power to change things. Words offer us infinite possibilities to be seen, felt and heard. Many of the workshops I have facilitated have helped give people a voice, including myself; that's the magic of connection through collaborative printmaking.
In 2016 I teamed up with Ditchling Museum of Art and Craft to run the Big Steam Print Project which involved taking a vintage steamroller on tour to make huge prints with artists, students and school children.
I have run workshops at the De La Warr Pavilion in Bexhill on Sea, Ditchling Museum and Hastings Museum, and run outreach projects with The Towner in Eastbourne and the Craftimation Factory in Hastings. I occasionally work as a community artist, but most days I can be found carrying sofas and drinking coffee at my day job at a local non-profit furniture recycling charity. Putting words on paper is fun and rewarding, but so is rolling your sleeves up, getting your hands dirty and working with kind hearted people for the greater good; that's the magic of community work.
My greatest hopes for the future include world peace and a handlebar moustache.
We left the best 'til last. Meet Ernie Spartacus Crabtree... the fuzzy face behind most of our outrageous typos :)
Dogs aren't generally known for their proof reading skills, but what does that matter when you're a handsome entrepreneur, a sardine connoisseur and an epic nap-peur?
You can correct typos but you'll never get back that lost sleep...