An original, hand burnished Linocut Print that is part of an open edition and is titled and signed.
These crab are actually more closely related to certain kinds of lobsters than to true crabs.
Hermit crabs have a curled tail with a hook that enables their bodies to fit inside these borrowed shells. Sometimes when a new shell turns up, hermit crabs will form a line, biggest to smallest, to see which animal fits the new shell. The next smallest will take that crab’s hand-me-down home, and so on!
This print has been hand carved and printed with teal, oil based block printing ink.
Unframed size 300 x 300mm
Frame size 400 x 400mm
The white frame comes with a mount and perspex front panel. If you choose the framed option, please allow an additional 7 days for delivery.