'Save Our Oceans' Screen Print - Emma Stevenson


Hand printed

Original design

Eco friendly

Support our cause

Inspired by a whale mascot I designed against whaling in Japan, exploring the influences mascots can have as a force for good in Japanese culture. This piece includes more marine mammals, and instead, focuses on saving the environment, more specifically, the oceans - asked from the perspective of our ocean friends.

– Water-based eco inks and premium British made 270gsm recycled G.F.Smith card. 

- Size: A3 (297 x 420 mm / 11.7 x 16.5 inches) 

- Designed by Emma Stevenson

In Emma own words: "I’m an expressive, character led illustrator, inspired by an issue I’m passionate about, research I’ve carried out, or a character I’ve conjured up in my head. In my work, I enjoy experimenting with a wide range of materials, vibrant colours and distinct line-work. I find my influences from cartoons and animations, folklore, Japanese culture, social issues and lived experiences." 

We are Printed by Us – an Archer Project Initiative

We employ people who have overcome homelessness and other adversities.

We run screen printing workshops, teaching new skills, as the people we work with move towards more fulfilling lives.

We collaborate with some of Sheffield’s finest artists to create unique designs.

We print artwork and garments

We sell what we produce.

We reinvest the profit.

We run more workshops.

We support more people.

We work in partnership with Sheffield’s independent creative framing studio, APG. All frames are available mounted or closed in four different colour-ways. 

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Printing Positive Change

This Art print was hand printed by a vulnerable adult in recovery from homelessness and other complex circumstances. They received the “Real Living Wage” for their efforts and every penny from this art print goes back into growing Printed By us.

Eco friendly

This art print was hand screen printed using eco-friendly water-based inks onto premium 270gsm British made 100% recycled G.F. Smith card.