Green Man for Folktober
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‘Tis the season of Instagram art challenges, and I couldn’t resist Sin Eater’s first prompt for Folktober. I love me a Green Man! Although they’re more usually connected to spring, regrowth and rebirth, I always associate them with autumn. With the darker nights and the changing colours of the leaves, I find there’s something that just feels so warming and comforting and autumnal about a green man’s bushy, leafy face. This is a run of 50 small prints, hand-burnished on lokta paper and available to buy through my shop.

Becca Thorne
Bristol, United Kingdom

I’m a linocut specialist, creating work with a retro, rustic, organic feel. My work is frequently used to illustrate historical books and editorials which require a medieval or T… Show more.

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