The question is . . .

£180.00

VAT included (where applicable)
Free delivery to United Kingdom
Rare find - there's only 1 of these in stock.

Item details

Handmade

Materials

household paint, pencil, stressed frame, reclaimed frame, letter Y, mounted on board, typography

Dimensions

Height: 35 Centimetres; Width: 35 Centimetres

The question is . . .

Household paint/pencil on board mounted in reclaimed stressed frame

Ready to hang with chain included

35cm x 35cm

unique and original artwork by Patrick Macaulay

delivery free within the UK

please enquire about postage elsewhere

Delivery & returns

Estimated delivery: Oct 24 - 28
From United Kingdom
Free delivery to United Kingdom
Returns and exchanges accepted
Exceptions may apply.

Meet TypographicUrbanArt

Patrick Macaulay

Patrick Macaulay

Manchester, England

This seller usually responds within 24 hours.

Reviews

5 out of 5 stars (4)
  • matthewhayleylewis 07 Oct, 2019
    5 out of 5 stars
    We have bought artwork from Patrick previously & can highly recommend! Love our most recent purchase!
    matthewhayleylewis reviewed Hollywoodn't
    Hollywoodn't
  • C 10 Dec, 2018
    5 out of 5 stars
    Was drawn to this piece and it exceeded expectations on arrival. Truly an engaging art work that will reinforce positive thoughts on a daily basis. The quirkiness of the artists approach is special.

    It was packed brilliantly- a piece of work in itself.
    C reviewed Always and Forever - Typographic Art
    Always and Forever - Typographic Art
  • alisonedge1 10 Dec, 2018
    5 out of 5 stars
    Fantastic! so happy with everything!
    alisonedge1 reviewed Underground Grrr!!  - Typographic Urban Art
    Underground Grrr!! - Typographic Urban Art
  • Diane 02 Oct, 2018
    5 out of 5 stars
    We absolutely fell in love with his art at an exhibition, the fact that he and his wife are great people makes it even more wonderful to deal with them. Delivered to our door. Stunning piece of work.
    Diane reviewed wood wall art . . . who cares
    wood wall art . . . who cares