Community Art Print

Community Art Print

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Ebony Art Print

Digital illustration by Line and Honey representing the importance of community of women. We love our girlfriends! 

Printed on 290 gsm art paper with a glossy finish.

Why It's on The Cornrow?

One of Line and Honey's prints hangs on our co-founder Kemi's wall. They are soulful pieces, and the artist wonderfully manages to convey so much expression and soul in a few highly precise brush strokes.

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  • UK

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This product is:

  • Black owned
  • Woman owned

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Line & Honey

Line & Honey is a minimalist illustration studio that focuses on mindful design. They create art prints for the home, design visual branding for brands, and offer hand-printed textiles, including their popular satin scarf.

Their intentional minimal and line-based style, often featuring women and plants, creates a soothing and mindful experience for viewers, they shed light on the softer, more reflective aspects of women of colour, celebrating the rarely seen versions of ourselves.

At Line & Honey, we are committed to creating meaningful, empowering, and inclusive art. We are proud to be part of the movement for greater representation and recognition of black women in design and illustration.

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