Thousands of people who have visited artist Ed Org at craft fairs and shows around the country have seen his incrtedibly talented sketchworks and paintings of mythological characters and country scenes but did you know that there is another Ed Org out there hiding in plain sight on supermarket and off licence shelves? For many years Ed Org has been the “artist in residence” for the specialist creators of fine ales – Wychwood Brewery. He has designed many and varied colourful characters including the famous hobgoblin. Well, if all this is new to you then here’s a great sample of the amazing artwork from the other side of Ed Org finishing appropriately for the time of publishing this article with a Christmas motif that artist Ed Org designed and painted for Wychwood:
A big thank you to all our customers for making this the best year for us for over five years! We’re down to UK only for standard shipping of all our amazing art prints, posters, tshirts, puzzles etc to arrive before Christmas but that still leaves plenty to do and strangely enough we still get orders in from overseas customers despite the shipping restriction. A few last minute courier requests as usual and the odd challenge to get a complex order ready in time but we’ve never failed to keep our shipping promises so far to make sure everyone gets their lovely gifts in time for Christmas. If you still need something it isn’t too late providing it will be delivered in the UK. As usual, we are always here.
Here are all the shows celebrated and amazingly talented artist Ed Org wil be at up until Christmas. make sure you get along and buy up some goodies to give as fabulous presents … unless you find you can’t part with them of course .. its been known!
NOV 5/6 Art, Antiques and Collectibles Fair, British Motor Museum, Banbury Road, Gaydon, Warks, CV35 0BJ
NOV 19/20 Art, Antiques & Collectibles Fair, Lowland Hall, Royal Highland Centre, Edinburgh, EH28 8NB
NOV 26/27 Ludlow Medieval Fayre, Ludlow Castle, Shropshire, SY8 1AY
If you are not sure what on earth the fuss is about then have a look at the amazing art here and be visually staggered by the art so you just have to go along to one of the shows.
Apparently the Daily Mail newspaper is in urgent need of some real news to put on its front page so if you have some please do let them know. Like many other online retailers we are not best pleased with today’s front page where the Daily Mail is clearly scraping the barrel in trying to get people to buy their newspaper. Alleged problems at Marks & Spencer and John Lewis are blown out of all proportion into a frightening nightmare of nobody getting their online orders in time for Christmas. Do the Daily Mail journalists think their readers are really that daft? Probably. Are they? Hmmmmm.
Well, as we work a seven day week and use a variety of shipping methods calculated to ensure that none of our customers are left disappointed by the non-arrival of those special and hard-to-find collectibles, out-of-print books, limited editions, prints and posters let’s all feel some sympathy for those poor Daily Mail journalists who must truly be at their wits end if they have to scrape the barrel like this. But enough of that Daily Mail nonsense, just come visit us and see what you can buy without rushing around in the wet and the cold by clicking here.
If you see that the last posting date has passed for your area then contact us and we can price a courier upgrade so your order of art prints or posters or art books etc can get to you by Christmas:
Wednesday 3 December Asia, Far East (including Japan), New Zealand
Thursday 4 December Australia
Friday 5 December Africa, Caribbean, Central & South America, Middle East
Monday 8 December Cyprus, Eastern Europe, Greece
Tuesday 9 December Canada, Poland
Friday 12 December USA
Saturday 13 December Western Europe (excluding Greece, Poland)
Saturday 20 December 1st Class and Royal Mail Signed For®
Tuesday 23 December Royal Mail Special Delivery Guaranteed®