Language of Flowers, inspired by the Victorian era obsession with "floriography" - wherein flowers were assigned different meanings and used to send cryptic messages, allowing people to reveal feelings which could not otherwise be spoken aloud in their society. This print is Stay Home Club's own "floral dictionary".
- Risograph printed with soy inks on 67lb cover weight paper.
- 11"x17" print; if you're looking to frame this print, art stores and online are your best bet for this standard frame size.
- Please note: the charm of riso prints is in their imperfections, which are not considered flaws. Slight registration shifts and opacity changes can happen as the paper moves through the machine, making each print potentially unique.
Artwork by Olivia Mew in Montreal, QC. Designed by Stay Home Club in Montreal, QC. Risograph printed in Toronto, ON.