'Terracotta Terrazzo & Stairs' is illustrated by Charlotte Taylor. A long-standing obsession with architecture, interiors and design objects manifests in a collection of papers and cards inspired by postmodernism, brutalism, and ancient architecture. Charlotte's playful illustrations of minimal structures – stairways, arches and the occasional terrazzo floor – combine real and imagined spaces.

Charlotte is interested in non-functional structures; her drawings take existing architectural forms with the addition of fictional and playful elements. Collecting visual material from interior and design magazines combined with her own personal photography; the spaces imagined become an amalgamation of different architectural styles.

Wrap cards are printed on 300gsm uncoated stock using vegetable based inks. The cards are sold individually and are sent packaged in a jiffy bag with a card sheet to prevent bending in transit. Each card measures 13 cm x 19 cm and is paired with a corresponding grey print envelope.

Wrap creates stationery, wrapping paper, greetings cards and publishes a magazine in collaboration with leading contemporary artists and illustrators. Based in the United Kingdom the brand works with their artists to create exclusive prints which are used across a range of products. All Wrap items are also printed and packaged in the UK using sustainable and environmentally friendly inks and papers.

'Terracotta Terrazzo & Stairs' Art Card
by Wrap

£2.75
We currently have 1 in stock.

'Terracotta Terrazzo & Stairs' is illustrated by Charlotte Taylor. A long-standing obsession with architecture, interiors and design objects manifests in a collection of papers and cards inspired by postmodernism, brutalism, and ancient architecture. Charlotte's playful illustrations of minimal structures – stairways, arches and the occasional terrazzo floor – combine real and imagined spaces.

Charlotte is interested in non-functional structures; her drawings take existing architectural forms with the addition of fictional and playful elements. Collecting visual material from interior and design magazines combined with her own personal photography; the spaces imagined become an amalgamation of different architectural styles.

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'Terracotta Terrazzo & Stairs' is illustrated by Charlotte Taylor. A long-standing obsession with architecture, interiors and design objects manifests in a collection of papers and cards inspired by postmodernism, brutalism, and ancient architecture. Charlotte's playful illustrations of minimal structures – stairways, arches and the occasional terrazzo floor – combine real and imagined spaces.

Charlotte is interested in non-functional structures; her drawings take existing architectural forms with the addition of fictional and playful elements. Collecting visual material from interior and design magazines combined with her own personal photography; the spaces imagined become an amalgamation of different architectural styles.

Wrap cards are printed on 300gsm uncoated stock using vegetable based inks. The cards are sold individually and are sent packaged in a jiffy bag with a card sheet to prevent bending in transit. Each card measures 13 cm x 19 cm and is paired with a corresponding grey print envelope.

Wrap creates stationery, wrapping paper, greetings cards and publishes a magazine in collaboration with leading contemporary artists and illustrators. Based in the United Kingdom the brand works with their artists to create exclusive prints which are used across a range of products. All Wrap items are also printed and packaged in the UK using sustainable and environmentally friendly inks and papers.

In stock items are available for immediate dispatch from our London-based warehouse. The daily cut-off time is 12:00 am for same day shipping, orders placed in the afternoon will be shipped the following day. Please refer to inventory levels above for live stock availability.

Width: 13 cm, Height: 19 cm
300gsm uncoated FSC certified card
Packed in a clear bag with a coordinating grey envelope.
Blank inside
Printed using eco-friendly vegetable based inks.
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