PerlaAnne prints

Stacey at PerlaAnne just added a beautiful new series of linocut art to her Etsy shop and the former printmaker in me can’t resist. Stacey’s new Arrow, Love, Blackbirds and Deer prints have that beautiful slightly weathered/sketchy feel that comes from the linocut process and I love seeing them used in such sophisticated settings. If you’re looking to add some new art to your walls this year click here to check out and shop ($10-$20 each) Stacey’s new collection online. xo, grace

  1. Samhain Moon says:

    The exture on the type is nice in the prints. I almost wish they had a red accent color on them.

  2. Oh wow I love those! I feel like they would be easy to DIY, too.

  3. stacey A Bradley says:

    thanks grace + team for the post. i’d love to give photo credit to my dear friend gayle who shoots amazingly!

  4. Nicole* says:

    the 4 frames with the word ‘love’ is making me really happy.

  5. liz says:

    I love those prints! and also the pillows! Where are those from or are they handmade?

  6. abe says:

    These are lovely! But, looking at your Etsy shop, Stacey – do you know famous Hugo Guinness? He seems to be copying your style and motives…


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