Sisaret - screenprinted poster

Sisaret - screenprinted poster

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Sisaret is the Finnish word for sisters, This print is dedicated to Esa’s late mother and all other sisters. In the 60′s and 70′s there was an unwritten rule in some churches that women shouldn’t cut their hair but wear it in a topknot (pingstknut in swedish), the tighter the better. To get the right feel for this print we took pictures of timber in the Finnish countryside.

It´s screen printed by hand on heavy off-white (Munken Pure 240g) uncoated swedish paper.

Stamped title and signed with pencil (L. E. TANTTU).

Rolled and packaged with care.



$60

Sisaret is the Finnish word for sisters, This print is dedicated to Esa’s late mother and all other sisters. In the 60′s and 70′s there was an unwritten rule in some churches that women shouldn’t cut their hair but wear it in a topknot (pingstknut in swedish), the tighter the better. To get the right feel for this print we took pictures of timber in the Finnish countryside.

It´s screen printed by hand on heavy off-white (Munken Pure 240g) uncoated swedish paper.

Stamped title and signed with pencil (L. E. TANTTU).

Rolled and packaged with care.



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Product size: 46×64 cm

Delivery time: 5-10 business days

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Sisaret - screenprinted poster

by: jollygoodfellow

Jollygoodfellow is a duo consisting of Mr & Mrs Tanttu – Esa (graphic designer) and Lisa (art teacher). Since the start they have worked in the borderland between design, art and craft. Through various types of products the duo work with a graphic expression from the design to the final piece, including screen printing by hand. Since sustainability is important to jollygoodfellow Esa and Lisa use eco-friendly paper, organic cotton and reuse test prints through creative upcycling

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