We love David Sparshott’s use of basic materials to accentuate the basic things we see every day. From bikes to cars, David’s ability to take graphite and coloured pencils, and make the ordinary into art, is impressive.
A TALE WORTH TELLING
Suffolk-based David Sparshott turns the everyday into vibrant works of art. Using only graphite and coloured pencils, his hand drawn illustrations are detailed and delicate – capturing the little things we often overlook. His achievements in the art world are just as impressive, having been commissioned by The New York Times and General Electric.
QUALITY IN THE MAKING
Our local UK based printing partner has been in the business for years, and their sustainable process uses canvases of bleached birch, eucalyptus and softwood pine pulp, sourced from Sweden all the way to Portugal. They apply ink with expert precision, using the fine art giclée printing method. It's a technique which gives exceptional detail, and means your print will stay put for up to 100 years.