Have You Seen Our BRAND NEW Animal Collection?!
Hiya, Ella here!
Soooo, Sophie is working on a new abstract collection called ‘Coastline’ which are inspired by Australia’s beautiful shores and beaches. She is currently in Manly and her morning walks by the coast have sparked such a beautiful collection. So many of you have been messaging Sophie about these, all will be revealed soon! Whilst we patiently wait for these to be released, head over to her Instagram and click ‘follow’ to keep track of the progress! They are looking INSANELY good, all of you who got your hands on a blind abstract for £250 are in for a bloody treat!
Sophie wanted me to remind you all about the release of her last ever animal collection! Remember that big show we had last month? Well that’s what we were showcasing. Christmas is approaching (this year has gone soooo fast) and what other gift would please your loved ones more, than a Sophie Tea Art Limited Edition print?! If you think the quality on our website is good, the quality is something else in person. Honestly the time and effort which goes into ensuring these are PERFECT is next level.
With the New Collection there are two choices:
First choice: Our standard Limited Edition, Giclée prints.
Second choice: Still our standard Limited Edition, Giclée print… HOWEVER, Hand Finished with paint, including Sophie’s recognisable splats. This is for those of you who may want an an original but it’s just not in your price point. This way you can invest in something still hand painted by Sophie without the original price cost.
Both are available Framed or Unframed, in sizes Small, Medium, Large and XL. Please note: the sizes of these do vary depending on whether the print is portrait, landscape or square. Make sure you check out our Dimensions for more info. We also have an FAQ section for more information about our framing or if you want to frame our prints yourself.
Still want more info? Pop us an email over on: email@example.com
Take a look at some of my favourites below*:
*Fun fact - Rory the Rhino was auctioned off at ‘Extinction’ and the funds were donated to WWF UK. Blog post coming soon on how these funds will help care for our animals and planet. Stay tuned!