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The Lost Fox

posted by Marcroy April 2, 2014

The Lost Fox are designer/illustrator Dan Forster and printmaker Jan Hirst, who have combined their skills to set up a new venture together, producing limited edition screen prints and they’ve just launched their new website.

The Lost Fox
The Lost Fox

Their prints combine contemporary illustration – bold geometric forms and simplified line-work – with the traditional craft of screen printing. The designs are inspired by their passions and experiences outside of work life – messing about in the great outdoors, riding waves and discovering new places.

The Lost Fox
The Lost Fox

Dan Forster, co-founder of The Lost Fox, said: “Both working in the creative industry, we believe it’s really important to get away from your desk and seek new inspiration elsewhere. Sometimes you have to make a conscious effort to break routines and even get a little lost in order to make the best new discoveries. So this is what our prints are – slices of inspiration shaped and interpreted by our love of contemporary design.”

The Lost Fox
The Lost Fox

All their prints are individually signed and numbered limited editions, and being designers, they’re typically fussy – only those they’re 100% delighted with make the final cut.

The Lost Fox
The Lost Fox
The Lost Fox
The Lost Fox

www.thelostfox.com
www.twitter.com/the_lostfox
www.facebook.com/thelostfox.screenprints


Marcroy

Marcroy

Director at People of Print
Graphic Design, Illustration and Print Enthusiast.
marcroy@peopleofprint.com
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