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Edinburgh Windows

by Kate Miller



A collage of sketches and photographs illustrating the many levels of buildings from many ages of Edinburgh.

From a series of illustrations depicting the City of Edinburgh.

Giclee Print on 308 gsm textured, archival paper

This print is available in two ways:
– backed and packaged in a plastic sleeve, sent flat
– mounted and ready to fit a standard 20”x16” frame, packaged in a plastic sleeve and sent flat


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Also by Kate Miller

Kate Miller

Illustrator and Printmaker

Kate studied Illustration and Animation at university with the ambition of making puppets for films. Soon she became increasingly interested in illustration. However breaking into this business is hard and in a time before e-mails and websites most days would be spent dragging her portfolio between art directors and publishing houses in London. Luckily she had a great sideline in painting blackboards for pubs and was even flown around the UK to paint the boards of many pub chains. However there are only so many bottles of beer and roast chicken dinners a girl can paint, so she decided to return to study on a M.A. in Illustration at Kingston University.

Here she discovered screen printing and this technique allowed her illustration style to develop. She was also introduced to Photoshop and the Apple Mac and was able to apply the digital skills to her new found 'style'.

Her illustration career took off and 25 years later she has worked for clients all around the world from advertising to publishing and design to editorial.

An illustration commission from a publisher to create a series of limited edition posters that would combine both digital print and hand pulled screen print gave Kate the idea for these series of images. It also reignited a desire to step away from the computer and return to screen this space.

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