Bill Trayor

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Orange Cat by Bill Traylor, 1941 - Wrapping Paper

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Bill Traylor Cat - orange wrapping paper 100cm x 70cm.

SALE - Get 10% off any 5 or more wrapping paper items in an order. (Packs of 3 are one item.) 

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Wrapping Paper:

Eco-Friendly: Our unique Giclée wrapping paper is recyclable and FSC accredited.

Paper: 95gsm satin finish paper

Packaging: All wrapping is shipped in a poster tube - we use rigid spiral-wound cardboard tubes.

Shipping: Order 1 sheet, 3 rolls or whatever, shipping costs the same.

Packaging: Your order is sealed in a robust cardboard tube.

£7.99 GBP

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Pink Cat by Bill Traylor Cat, 1941 - Wrapping Paper

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Bill Traylor Cat pink wrapping paper 100cm x 70cm.

SALE - Get 10% off any 5 or more wrapping paper items in an order. (Packs of 3 are one item.) 

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Wrapping Paper:

Eco-Friendly: Our unique Giclée wrapping paper is recyclable and FSC accredited.

Paper: 95gsm satin finish paper

Packaging: All wrapping is shipped in a poster tube - we use rigid spiral-wound cardboard tubes.

Shipping: Order 1 sheet, 3 rolls or whatever, shipping costs the same.

Packaging: Your order is sealed in a robust cardboard tube.

 

£7.99 GBP

Organic Cotton T-Shirts - Fair Wear & Eco-Friendly

Blue Cat by Bill Trqylor, 1941 - Organic Cotton T-Shirt

£26.99 GBP

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Blue Cat by Bill Trqylor, 1941 - Organic Cotton T-Shirt

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William Traylor (April 1, c. 1853 – October 23, 1949) was an African-American self-taught artist from Lowndes County, Alabama. Born into slavery, Traylor spent the majority of his life after emancipation as a sharecropper. It was only after 1939, following his move to Montgomery, Alabama, that Traylor began to draw. While Traylor received his first public exhibition in 1940, it was not until 30 years after his death that his work finally began to receive broader attention, in the late 1970s.

- Available from XS to 2XL
- 100% organic ring-spun combed cotton
- Top quality product
- 180 g/m2
- Unisex

Sizes XS S M L XL 2XL
Half chest 46 49 52 55 58 61
Body length 66 69 72 74 76 78
£26.99 GBP

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Blue Dog by Bill Traylor, c.1941 - Postcard

Description

SALE - get 10% off any 10 or more greeting cards and postcards.

Sign up to our free Newsletter here for more discounts. Our high quality custom postcards are produced on recyclable, sustainably sourced card. Each card comes with an envelope, allowing you keep or gift as smaller artworks for a mantlepiece, fridge or wall.

Our postcards are printed on thick 324gsm Mohawk card.

Postcards are available in 6 inches x 4 inches.

Printing method: Giclée

Eco credentials: Water-based inks.

Printed using water based inks.

Sustainably sourced paper or wood From FSC-approved forests.

Plastic-free: Contains no plastic.
£1.65 GBP

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Black Bear by Bill Traylor - Shopping Bag

Description

William Traylor (April 1, c. 1853 – October 23, 1949) was an African-American self-taught artist from Lowndes County, Alabama. Born into slavery, Traylor spent the majority of his life after emancipation as a sharecropper. It was only after 1939, following his move to Montgomery, Alabama, that Traylor began to draw. While Traylor received his first public exhibition in 1940, it was not until 30 years after his death that his work finally began to receive broader attention, in the late 1970s.

- 300 g/m² / CANVAS
- 80% recycled ring-spun combed cotton / 20% recycled polyester (GOTS label)
- Top edge double folded for strength and clean finish
- Side soufflet
- Long handles with reinforced cross stitch
- Single edge stitch on all seams in matching body colour thread
- Dimensions: 49 x 37cm

    £19.99 GBP

    Bill Trayor

    Blue Dog by Bill Traylor - Sticker

    From £1.99 GBP

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    Blue Dog by Bill Traylor - Sticker

    Description

    - Size: 5 to 9 cm
    - Monomeric White Matt PVC Vinyl with Permanent Adhesive
    - A white outline is always present around the visual
    - Kiss cut stickers easily peel away from the backing

    £1.99 GBP

    Bill Trayor

    Blue Cat by Bill Traylor - Sticker

    From £1.99 GBP

    Name

    Blue Cat by Bill Traylor - Sticker

    Description

    - Size: 5 to 9 cm
    - Monomeric White Matt PVC Vinyl with Permanent Adhesive
    - A white outline is always present around the visual
    - Kiss cut stickers easily peel away from the backing

    £1.99 GBP

    Organic Cotton T-Shirts - Fair Wear & Eco-Friendly

    Black Bear by Bill Traylor, c.1941 - Organic Cotton T-Shirt

    £26.99 GBP

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    Black Bear by Bill Traylor, c.1941 - Organic Cotton T-Shirt

    Description

    SALE - use the discount code TEETIME at checkout to get 20% off any three or more T-Shirts.

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    William Traylor (April 1, c. 1853 – October 23, 1949) was an African-American self-taught artist from Lowndes County, Alabama. Born into slavery, Traylor spent the majority of his life after emancipation as a sharecropper. It was only after 1939, following his move to Montgomery, Alabama, that Traylor began to draw. While Traylor received his first public exhibition in 1940, it was not until 30 years after his death that his work finally began to receive broader attention, in the late 1970s. 

    - Available from XS to 2XL
    - 100% organic ring-spun combed cotton
    - Top quality product
    - 180 g/m2
    - Unisex

    Sizes XS S M L XL 2XL
    Half chest 46 49 52 55 58 61
    Body length 66 69 72 74 76 78
    £26.99 GBP

    Organic Cotton T-Shirts - Fair Wear & Eco-Friendly

    Blue Dog by Bill Traylor c.1941 - Organic Cotton T-Shirt

    £26.99 GBP

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    Blue Dog by Bill Traylor c.1941 - Organic Cotton T-Shirt

    Description

    SALE - use the discount code TEETIME at checkout to get 20% off any three or more T-Shirts.

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    William Traylor (April 1, c. 1853 – October 23, 1949) was an African-American self-taught artist from Lowndes County, Alabama. Born into slavery, Traylor spent the majority of his life after emancipation as a sharecropper. It was only after 1939, following his move to Montgomery, Alabama, that Traylor began to draw. While Traylor received his first public exhibition in 1940, it was not until 30 years after his death that his work finally began to receive broader attention, in the late 1970s.

    - Available from XS to 2XL
    - 100% organic ring-spun combed cotton
    - Top quality product
    - 180 g/m2
    - Unisex

    Sizes XS S M L XL 2XL
    Half chest 46 49 52 55 58 61
    Body length 66 69 72 74 76 78
    £26.99 GBP

    Organic Cotton T-Shirts - Fair Wear & Eco-Friendly

    Big Blue Dog by Bill Traylor c.1941 - Organic Cotton T-Shirt

    £26.99 GBP

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    Big Blue Dog by Bill Traylor c.1941 - Organic Cotton T-Shirt

    Description

    SALE - use the discount code TEETIME at checkout to get 20% off any three or more T-Shirts.

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    William Traylor (April 1, c. 1853 – October 23, 1949) was an African-American self-taught artist from Lowndes County, Alabama. Born into slavery, Traylor spent the majority of his life after emancipation as a sharecropper. It was only after 1939, following his move to Montgomery, Alabama, that Traylor began to draw. While Traylor received his first public exhibition in 1940, it was not until 30 years after his death that his work finally began to receive broader attention, in the late 1970s.

    - Available from XS to 2XL
    - 100% organic ring-spun combed cotton
    - Top quality product
    - 180 g/m2
    - Unisex

    Sizes XS S M L XL 2XL
    Half chest 46 49 52 55 58 61
    Body length 66 69 72 74 76 78
    £26.99 GBP

    Bill Trayor

    Blue Cat by Bill Taylor - Shopping Bag

    £19.99 GBP

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    Blue Cat by Bill Taylor - Shopping Bag

    Description

    William Traylor (April 1, c. 1853 – October 23, 1949) was an African-American self-taught artist from Lowndes County, Alabama. Born into slavery, Traylor spent the majority of his life after emancipation as a sharecropper. It was only after 1939, following his move to Montgomery, Alabama, that Traylor began to draw. While Traylor received his first public exhibition in 1940, it was not until 30 years after his death that his work finally began to receive broader attention, in the late 1970s.

    - 300 g/m² / CANVAS
    - 80% recycled ring-spun combed cotton / 20% recycled polyester (GOTS label)
    - Top edge double folded for strength and clean finish
    - Side soufflet
    - Long handles with reinforced cross stitch
    - Single edge stitch on all seams in matching body colour thread
    - Dimensions: 49 x 37cm

      £19.99 GBP

      Bill Trayor

      Bill Traylor (nee William Traylor; April 1, c. 1853 – October 23, 1949) was an African-American self-taught artist from Lowndes County, Alabama. Born into slavery, artist Bill Traylor spent most of his life after emancipation working as a sharecropper. It was only after 1939, following his move to Montgomery, Alabama, that Traylor began to draw.  From 1939 to 1942, while working on the sidewalks of Montgomery, he produced nearly 1,500 pieces of art.

      While Bill Traylor art received his first public exhibition in 1940, it was not until 30 years after his death that his work finally began to receive broader attention, in the late 1970s.