Each one of Donna’s illustrations are hand drawn by layering dots, thousands of tiny dots.
This purchase is for a print of Donna's Franklin the Fox on a 15.5 x 15.5cm greeting card- blank inside.
Each one of Donna’s illustrations are created free hand, singularly made from the layering of dots - hundreds upon thousands of tiny dots and countless hours. Donna credits her unique talent for the technique known as ‘stippling’ or ‘pointillism' to achieving such intricate drawings using just a fine liner. Donna’s pieces take on discipline, focus and a life of their own. Some designs have hand painted watercolour added for a pop of colour.
Limited edition prints are just that - a one of a kind, stand-alone piece of artwork and we create only 200 printed in each size.
Each limited piece is hand signed and numbered by Donna. Your number is yours only and will never be reprinted. Once all numbers have sold the print will be archived. You are getting something special.
All limited editions come with a Certificate of Authenticity, dated, numbered and signed to confirm that your print is in fact an exclusive edition by Donna Taylor.
Paper + Frames
Artworks are all printed on top quality papers using the latest Giclee printing methods and archival inks. Acid free, fade resistant with a smooth surface. All Dots by Donna prints are printed on 308gsm Hahnemühle cotton rag archival paper. The white cotton paper, has a wonderfully soft feel. All prints are archival and will become a family heirloom.
Please note: As of the 1st of Jan 2021 DBD paper quality has improved- Variations to previous purchases may be noticed.
FRAMES- As of August 2022 DBD no longer offers framing. DBD use standard paper sizing which makes it easy to find frames to suit.
PRINTS- Most orders are shipped within 2-3 business days, however the A0, A1 & A2 prints can take longer as they are printed once ordered. Please allow 3-4 weeks. All parcels are sent via Registered Post. Every parcel is carefully wrapped and packaged in custom designed packaging for safe shipping.