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Wine Club

My newest tee collab with doodlewear, I just had to release it as a print as well!

We were given the brief to create an artwork that was ‘Good Vibes’ and this is what I came up with 🥰

Days and nights, where you lose track of time. Hanging out with your favourite people, talking, dancing in the lounge to your favourite songs, where you can be yourselves 🤍

You can shop this limited edition tee at doodlewear, there’s only 50 available ever

Both options now available as limited edition prints in a range of sizes, from a4 to a massive a0 (and everything in between) ***Please specify in the notes section (near the end of checkout) if you would prefer it in blue or pink lines***



There is a run of 100 Limited edition prints for sale in 3 paper types/ print Standard 300gsm munken print: A4 $30 edition of 30, and A3 $45 edition of 30

The larger standard prints on 180gsm matte: A2 $90 edition of 15, A1 $130 edition of 10, and A0 $180

An edition of 4 Giclee Prints on 310gsm German etching paper A4 $55 edition of 5, A3 $95 edition of 10, A2 $165 edition of 4, and A1 $295 edition of 2


Please see the details for further information on the difference between standard and giclee prints, or feel free to get in touch with any questions. If having it pre framed is something you would prefer, send a message and I can provide options for that too!

Wine Club Limited Edition prints

  • Print details:

    Giclee printing prints at a higher resolution, it is museum quality printing for the most discerning eye. Genuine HP Vivera pigment ink is used for the prints, which is guaranteed to resist fading for up to 200 years under the right conditions, so you can be sure the prints will still look good for many years to come.
    Giclee prints have a greater ink density in the print process to ensure fully saturated, vibrant colour reproduction, intensely deep blacks, and subtle gradation in the shadows.

    The 350gm prints are laser printed onto a quality matte paper. All in all they look pretty identical, but going with giclee is a far superior option for quality.

  • If you happen to get the print and don't love it as much as you thought you would, or would like to change it for another size/ image/ paper type. Then get in touch and we can work out an exchange.



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