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Digging For Britain

Medium: Linocut
Client: BBC History Magazine

Two-colour linocut illustration of 17th century men and women working the land, with lettering, for a feature about the Levellers movement for BBC History Magazine.

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Butterflies and birds, field mice and bees – the artwork of English illustrator Becca Thorne hums with the authentic rhythm of nature. Cutting lino blocks and printing with colorful inks onto handmade paper, Becca’s deep connection with her subject comes through in every hand-crafted image she creates.
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