Dye transfer on acoustic felt tile, 80 x 60cm x 7mm
Limited edition of 50 prints, 2019. Ships in a box.
When Basil Brush was created in 1962, the actor who supplied his voice (which was based on that of Terry Thomas) took pains to ensure that he personally never received any publicity. Professionally, only Basil had a public persona, with the actor remaining entirely unknown. This helped give the character believability, making Basil appear to be real, since the audience never saw the puppeteer.
HOW I FELT is a series of 200 prints, each in a limited edition of 50.
All are hand-printed in Sydney using dye transfer on acoustic felt tiles.
I sign and number each print.
I love these felt tiles because they look and feel beautiful. As a bonus, they’re designed to absorb sound and improve a room’s acoustics.
L-pins ($10 for 4) or a hanging brace ($30) are a great way to hang my unframed prints on plaster or wooden walls. I recommend a wooden frame for brick or concrete walls. My frames are custom-built in Sydney using solid timber with natural grain. Each frame is $149. Please note that I do NOT include glass because the felt looks better naked. I can provide acrylic (not glass) and a sealed backing for $50 if the work will be hung in a moist environment like a beach house. Click here to add acrylic to your framed order.
I enjoy special requests, be it for a certain product or theme, or work at a specific size. I also work with interior designers to create feature walls that visually and acoustically enhance a room.