Local Christmas Gift Ideas: The Old Rock Factory Vintage Camera Print

2012-12-01 16.56.09

As part of altblackpool’s local Christmas gift giveaway, The Old Rock Factory has given us a very limited edition (1 of 1) vintage camera print, hand printed by Robin Ross and printed on 280gsm, canaletto acid free paper.  To win this beautiful print, hop across to our survey (competition closed: 24/12/12) and answer 4 short questions. This print is an ‘artist’s proof’, meaning only one print was ever produced.  It was produced at The Old Rock Factory in Robin’s studio workshop where you will find a vast range of images on offer with prints to suit most tastes. These would be especially suitable as gifts for friends or relatives who have an interest in Urban art or colourful prints.

Screen prints on paper start at £20 and can go up to £150 depending on the print and size. Robin’s prints are not restricted only to paper, also available are an interesting range of tote bags, cushion covers and T-shirts. Screen printing courses and screen hire are also obtainable, so why not make your own? Prices vary to suit most pockets with Tote bags starting at £5 a piece, T-shirts are £12 each or 2 for £20. Cushions are £10 for small sizes and £20 for the large.  All are printed, sewn and finished by hand.

You can buy these by contacting Robin and arranging to pop into The Old Rock Factory on Deansgate (behind Brighthouse, FY1 1BN) at [email protected] or a few items are now available online at: http://robinprint.bigcartel.com/

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