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A by James Brown (Alphabet Lino Print)


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Inspired by traditional typesetting techniques, London-based designer James Brown has created this series of lino prints for each letter of the alphabet. Hung individually or combined, perhaps using the ampersand or V&A exclusive heart design, the prints combine playful typography and colourful inks to great effect. Each letter is made up of just two colours printed using one lino cut, creating abstract mirror images throughout the range. 

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James Brown


Width 300mm x height 300mm


Two colour lino print on Colourplan Natural 350 gsm paper. Signed and numbered, limited edition of 100

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About the artist
James Brown

James Brown

James Brown is an illustrator and printmaker living and working in London. Trained as a textile and surface print designer he worked in the clothing industry for 10 years producing print designs for numerous brands from Levis to Louis Vuitton. After two years at Hope & Glory menswear he embarked on a new career as an illustrator in 2007.James Brown has been commissioned to produce work by publishing houses, magazines and newspapers as well as advertising and design agencies. Recent clients include Oxfam, Cancer Research, The Guardian and Faber & Faber. Alongside his commercial practice he produces limited edition screen prints and linocuts using traditional techniques. The prints reflect his interest in the printed and typographic ephemera of pop culture.