This humorous gin print is a witty parody of a newspaper front page. Titled 'The Gin-dependent', the print features a made up article on the *ahem* health benefits of gin and a tall story about a lady who is outraged when she is given too much tonic on a night out. The print is full of gin puns and is a humorous look at the nations love affair with the tipple.
The name and town featured in the article about the 'outraged lady' can be changed to reflect a gin loving friend or relative, making this gin print an ideal gift this Christmas. If you select the unpersonalised version of the print you will receive the standard version about 'Gina Hendricks' from 'Lime Regis'. Please find more information in the photos above.
A4 - The image is printed on crisp, archival 210gsm Décor poster paper which is naturally white with a slight texture, using HD ink for an exceptional print quality. The print fits any standard, off the shelf frame or mount with an A4 (21 x 29.7cm) aperture and is sent cellophane wrapped with a cardboard backing.
A3/A2/A1 Giclee prints - the larger size prints are printed on a premium 270gsm paper using top of the range HP printers. The specialist paper has a matt-coating with an off-white shade and a smooth surface texture. The matte coating guarantees brilliant colours and a sharp resolution.
**PLEASE NOTE THE PRINT COMES UNFRAMED**
Design © Angie Freese