We are thrilled to announce the launch of Wrap’s first range of limited edition prints – a selection of some of our favourite contemporary illustrations created for Wrap magazine by our talented contributors, printed beautifully on 310gsm uncoated archival paper. Each print is part of an edition of 25, and comes hand-numbered, along with a certificate detailing the name of the artwork and artist, which is signed by Wrap.
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From top: ‘Spectral Nation’ by Heretic, ‘Building Blocks’ by Hvass&Hannibal and ‘Open Country’ by Jessica Fortner
‘The Kingdom of the Pearl’ by Léonard Rosenthal; illustrated by Edmund Dulac. Published 1920 by Brentano’s, New York.
A history and study of the pearl first published in 1919 and vividly enhanced by Dulac’s illustrations in 1920. The ten delightful water colours are in the artist’s characteristic decorative Oriental style.