A Work of Arc

With Christmas still in full swing there’s been little time of late for blogging or even interwebbing of late. Fortunately I’ve been introduced to several fab new brands this week whilst on shoots, first up being Arc Prints. Selling online throughout the UK, Arc offer a dazzling array of fine art reproductions, capturing all the vintage glory of the original image on matt archival paper. Ranges include animal, botanical, architectural and interiors, travel, costume and ceramics to name but a few, and is quite literally the most comprehensive collection of prints in the WORLD (probably), for incredibly wallet-friendly prices (with most on offer you’d get change from £20). Here’s just a few of my faves:

Owls by Manetti (top) and 19th Century English Cutlery

Henry Bradbury nature print ferns

Aubisson tapestry study

Parisian Interiors: Francois Chopin

George Wolfgang Knorr shell study

Nigel Cladingboel topiary

Mrs Mellish Fancy Desserts (quite tempted to buy this one for the name alone)

Charles Martin Art Deco

And finally, these antique doll studies by Lena Cook: quirky cool in a Miss Havisham sort of a way, or just an ickle but creepy?


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About Joanna Thornhill

Freelance Interior Stylist, Author, Writer and Crafter working for a range of magazine titles and commercial clients. Author of Home for Now (CICO Books 2014)

One response to “A Work of Arc”

  1. Di Overton says :

    Oh please don’t say that C word I still want it to be summer 😦

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