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This retro style collection of limited edition original children’s prints are based on an illustrated animal alphabet inspired by vintage storybooks from the 50’s and 60’s. A truly unique gift to celebrate the birth of a newborn baby, or simply to add a touch of fun to a child’s room, you can add a name and date of birth to your preferred animal design.

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£ 25.00

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Showcasing the best in independent British design, this limited edition of original children's prints come from designer Kay Vincent. These personalised children's prints are from her latest project of creating an interpretation of an 'Animal Alphabet'. Each screen-printed by hand, in limited editions of 100. Inspiration comes from her collection of 50's & 60's children's story books & vintage picture flash cards. Each animal is doing something beginning with the same letter such as 'Circus Giraffel' or 'Weigh Lifting Walrus'. You can even choose a print using the same letter as the child's name such as Oliver Octopus'. Or you can use any name, it doesn't have to start with the letter Z!

Beautifully designed and custom printed onto the highest quality archival matte paper using long lasting non fade inks, signed by artist!

Submit your selected Name and Date of Birth on the 'product customisation' tab above or please email us at after you have made your purchase.

Print size H40cm x W30cm. This print is unframed however it fits standard off the peg frames. It fits perfectly the Ikea RIBBA frame if used without the mount and which costs appx £6 

Delivery: Please allow 10 working days for delivery.

We can deliver internationally, please contact us for a quote on 0845 468 0129, or email us on

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