We are proud to present a series of beautiful (and witty) prints from John Bond's Mini Rabbit series, which are exclusive to Ralph and James and have never before been available.
Mini Rabbit has a VERY important letter to post. Mini Rabbit is being VERY helpful. Mini Rabbit will NOT lose the letter, WILL be very careful, and definitely will NOT be late... The sequel to the Waterstones Children’s Book Prize shortlisted Mini Rabbit: Not Lost, John Bond’s exquisitely colourful picture book sets our titular miniature hero off on a very important quest from which he will definitely not get distracted.
John Bond is an illustrator, author and artist. With a background in animation and digital media, he spent seven years working at an award winning creative agency, before penning his debut picture book ‘Mini Rabbit Not Lost’ which was nominated for best picture book in the 2019 Waterstones Book Prize. His second title, ‘Mini Rabbit Must Help’ was published in 2020 with the third book of the series, ‘Mini Rabbit Come Home’ following in 2021. We love all three!
THE PRINT AND FRAME
The art is printed on Hahnemaühle German Etching paper (310gsm), a conservation-grade high quality archival paper. This heavyweight etching paper has a fine surface texture and is one of the most popular media worldwide for higher quality artwork printing.
The print is framed by hand in Cambridgeshire in the UK, using only European sourced PEFC™ and FSC approved woods. Frames are Fine Art Trade Guild accredited which means they meet strict conservation standards and are built to last for generations to come.
We use Clarity+ glazing which is a high-quality acrylic glass alternative, offering high UV resistance which doesn't yellow over time, is not easily scratched and is safe for use in children's bedrooms.
Your framed print will arrive with D-rings and cord already attached, ready to hang right out of the box.
Including the frame, with mount, the framed print is 63cm wide and 37cm high.
The print itself is 53cm wide and 27cm high.
All dimensions are approximate.