Colour-fast ink on recycled felt in 3 sizes
Limited edition of 50 prints, 2019. Ships in a box.
Splayds are eating utensils that combine the functions of a spoon, knife and fork. They were created in Sydney in 1946 by William McArthur, whose wife Suzanne used and sold them in her Sydney café until the mid-60s. She then sold the design to a tableware company which has since sold over 5 million Splayds in 52 countries. Splayds were the de rigueur Aussie wedding gift of the 1970s.
From HOW I FELT
A series of 200 felt prints I created during 2019 & 2020.
Each size is a limited edition of 50 pieces.
Every work is hand-printed in Sydney on recycled acoustic felt.
I sign, title, number, date, and frame every print myself.
Not only is felt warm and fuzzy, it improves a room’s acoustics.
10 x 15 cm framed in colour shown = AU$100
21 x 30 cm framed in colour shown = AU$200
50 x 70 cm framed in colour shown = $AU400
Add 10% GST to all orders.
All How I Felt prints come in the frame colour shown.*
10 × 15, 21 × 30 and 25 x 25 cm frames include a stand and hanging hook.
L-pins or a hanging brace are the easiest way to hang unframed prints on plaster or wooden walls. A frame is better if your wall is brick or concrete.
None of my frames include glass because felt looks better naked.
I can provide clear acrylic (not glass) and a sealed backing for $30 if the work will be hung in a moist environment like a beach house. Click here to add acrylic to your framed order.
*Unless otherwise specified.
Sydney art lovers can avoid shipping costs by collecting work and paying cash at my studio in Darlinghurst. Otherwise shipping is calculated at check-out. Each print is hand-made so please allow 2-4 weeks for domestic delivery and 3-5 weeks for international. Let me know if you need a piece urgently as I may have one already printed.
I’m happy to quote on custom felt prints featuring your choice of subject matter in any size. I also work with interior designers to create feature walls that visually and acoustically enhance living or work spaces.