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Product Detail

TOM ADAMS
'IT'S NOT THAT DEEP'

Description

4 Colour Screenprint on Somerset White 410gsm Paper with cut edges to finish.

Hand-signed and numbered by the artist.

Edition of 25.

59 cm x 79 cm.

 

About Tom Adams

Originally from Kent, Tom moved to London to study Graphic Design at Camberwell College of Arts. He spent his degree veering away from digital design and preferring to create work by hand within screen printing, letterpress and etching. Since graduation in 2015, Tom has spent the past year interning within a multitude of companies and exploring various aspects of design. Having worked within web and app development agencies and risograph print studios, Tom has found his true calling working as a screen printer in Shoreditch. His work incorporates his passion for typography, illustration and a bit of word play every now and then. 

 

Shipping

Please kindly note that due to COVID-19, there may be a slight delay on international shipments. To find out more, please see our COVID-19 Policies on our Frequently Asked Questions page.


Worldwide Shipping

We aim to deliver your print to you within 3-5 working days.

Our beautiful prints are carefully wrapped in acid-free tissue paper, rolled and packaged in secure packing tubes to ensure the safety of your print.

You may also choose to collect your print in person from the gallery. We will ensure that your print is packed and ready to go on your arrival.

Returns

We do not offer returns on our limited edition artists prints; however if you have a query about a work that you have bought please do not hesitate to get in touch and we will assist you in the best way that we can.

For more information with regards to returns and reimbursements, please read our Terms and Conditions.

Caring for your Print

Here are a few tips on how to best take care of your new print!

All our prints are carefully wrapped and delivered to you in packing tubes for safe transport. Once you receive your print, remove it from the tube at your earliest convenience and store the piece flat. This can be flat packed between some cardboard or plywood, or weighted down on the four corners, preferably with soft objects. Try to avoid leaving your new print rolled for too long!

When framing the work, we always opt for a frame with Art Glass. This may be a little more expensive at first, but it's worth it - Art Glass will keep your print in pristine condition across the years and will ensure the colours always stay true.

Try to place your work in an environment with a normal temperature. Extreme temperature or humidity can have an adverse effect on your beautiful print, so be sure to keep it protected! We always recommend framing the work behind glass as a great way to keep it protected from any adverse environmental conditions.