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Plenty of Fish in the Sea A2 Screenprint

Plenty of Fish in the Sea A2 Screenprint

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One of only 3 screen prints made for an exhibition about ocean plastics. It was exhibited at Ocean Studios in Plymouth during December 2019 - Jan 2020.

This piece as a repeated fish pattern (for fabric or wrapping paper) but when the call out came for the Surfers Against Sewage exhibition, I thought it would form a great base for an ocean plastics screenprint.

Printed onto fabriano 300gsm 50% cotton paper which is slightly larger than A2 in size (May need trimming for framing)

Printed area is 390 x 552 mm and signed under the bottom right hand corner.

How big is it?

A5 - 148 x 210mm
A4 - 210 x 297mm
A3 - 297 x 420mm
A3+ - 320 x 450mm


Store in a cool dry place


A3 and larger prints are wrapped in tissue, rolled and sent in a robust triangular tube. I know some people are not keen on rolled prints but I have found larger prints to suffer less damage in transit when rolled into a tube.

Delivery information

Delivery is free for all orders over £10!

All orders are now sent via Evri 48 apart from letter sized packages under 100g (sent via Royal Mail). Evri is trackable throughout the delivery and gives me peace of mind. Royal Mail is available at the checkout if preferred (for a fee).

Please allow 2 days for processing (It's just me here, working around school aged children). If you need something processing quickly, please contact me at before ordering.

Earth Friendly Aims

You will not find any plastic in Print Lass products.

All packaging is paper based and in most cases, recycled.

Art papers are from sustainable sources or recycled

I use a small transparent paper band to secure greetings cards instead of cello bags and the cello bags I use for prints at events are compostable (I roll all prints ordered online and send in a triangular tube).

Care is taken in the printing process, to limit water use and waste water is filtered through a guppy bag to stop any micro particles entering the waste water system (particularly in the use of gold ink).

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