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This limited edition hand pulled screen print by Lane By Post is to celebrate the Abacus 700 Series chair designed by the winner of the Design Council Award 1975 and Great British designer David Mellor. Limited to a single edition of 1000 prints it is printed on to beautifully textured paper, sustainably produced in the Lake District by one of the oldest and last remaining speciality paper makers in the UK. The print has been hand-pulled by traditional craftsmen in Nottingham. The best known cutlery designer in Britain, David Mellor CBE, Royal Design for Industry is a key figure in British design, making this a great gift for any design enthusiast (Click here for gift ideas). Part of our Art collection, this print will look fantastic on your wall. Lane By Post is a range of homeware for people who love graphic design, click here to see the rest of the Lane By Post prints. The duo behind the range and who design each of the art prints are graphic designers, Joff Casciani and Ollie Wood. Click here to read our interview with Joff Casciani in the Our Makers section of our site.
Lane By Post was founded by graphic designers, Joff Casciani and Ollie Wood. The two designers originally joined forces over a decade ago to start a design agency, which is still running today. Following this they launched Lane By Post, a range of homeware for people who love graphic design. Their colourful and often quite minimal designs bring a graphic design aesthetic in to the home.
The Lane By Post duo believe in Britain's heritage of making high quality products and materials and supporting the skilled craftspeople making such products. Their signature papers are made by James Cropper in the Lake District – one of the oldest and most respected mills in the UK – and their prints are hand-pulled by traditional craftsmen in Nottingham.