Artwork by Scottish artist Tim Cottee forms a different type of imagery, created principally using typography, where text is manipulated to create an artistic take on the age old saying: ‘a picture is worth a thousand words.'
In a new Floral Series, the typography in the 'Flowers of Scotland' print uses the names of well known (and lesser known) Scottish wild flowers from across Scotland to create an iconic image of the national flower, the Scottish Thistle.
All of Tim's prints are created using the giclée process on high quality art paper using lightfast inks. This process achieves beautiful results with perfect color reproduction. All prints come mounted on acid free white core board.
Size: 12" x 12" (including mat)