Many Faces of The Mill
Illustration by Te fit-Tazza
Original Illustration as part of the Many Faces of The Mill collection, celebrating The Mill’s 30th anniversary as an Art, Culture and Crafts Centre. The Illustration is in a limited edition of 30 prints, and part of a series of 10 different illustrations by established and up and coming illustrators and artists.
Te fit-Tazza was founded in 2015 by Andrew Farrugia and Craig Macdonald, two bosom buddies with a penchant for design and all things beautiful. The Maltese islands boast a wealth of identity, evident to the eye in how we act and we interact and, to an extent, how we present ourselves both socially and visually. It would be fair to state that this abundance of distinction may be rooted ina strong sense of tradition, pride and patriotism. The studio began as a project aimed at showcasing Malta, her culture, her aesthetic and her beautiful landscape through minimalist illustrated prints. In 2018, Te fit-Tazza acquired the souvenir brand, Souvenirs That Don’t Suck, with a store situated in Sliema. The aim is to further widen the spectrum of creative avenues that the studio can explore, whilst still celebrating the Maltese Islands and their beauty.
Representing the spirit of a space like The Mill conjures up an atmosphere of unbounded creativity and artistic exploration. Portraying all of the facets of the Mill in a literal architectural sense has allowed us to give life in all the various directions that The Mill faces, giving a glimpse to the outside world.
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|Dimensions||29.7 × 21 cm|
Printed on Hahnemühle Photo Rag Ultra Smooth fine art paper, 308gsm, 100% cotton, acid and lignin free
21 cm by 29.7 cm (A4 print)
The Many Faces of The Mill collection is a limited edition of only 30 prints per illustration. All prints include a certificate of authenticity signed by the Foundation's Director, and includes the edition number (ex. 1/30).
Depending on delivery method chosen we aim to have this item ready for dispatch within 15 working days.