Handprinted linocut tomatoes art


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If you know someone who loves tomatoes as much as I do (I *really* love them) then this might be the perfect handprinted linocut artwork for them! The impression of the black ink on the natural fiber of this special kozo paper creates a beautiful unique pattern for every print made. No two prints are exactly alike.

Print Details:
> 8"x10" unbleached kozo and bamboo printmaking paper (image size 5" x 7")
> Safe, non-toxic, vegetable oil-based inks
> Initialed and dated
> Unframed and unmounted, but very easy to frame in a standard frame size 8" x 10"
> Environmentally friendly, sustainable art
> Each print is lovingly hand-printed by me in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

> Every print is carefully printed by me using ink rollers and a printing baren
> I mix my own ink colors every time I print, so colors may vary very slightly
> Your print will look almost identical to the print in the photographs here but there may be tiny differences because every print is unique and extra special - this is the charm and appeal of block printmaking by hand!
> For more information about the linocut printmaking technique, read my FAQs and my About section below.

> Say hi on Instagram and view more behind-the-scenes pics! www.instagram.com/winterpicklepress/

Shipping from United States

Processing time

1-2 business days

Customs and import taxes

Buyers are responsible for any customs and import taxes that may apply. I'm not responsible for delays due to customs.

Payment Options

Secure options
  • Accepts Etsy gift cards

Returns & Exchanges

I gladly accept returns

Just contact me within: 5 days of delivery

Ship items back to me within: 14 days of delivery

I don't accept exchanges or cancellations

But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.

The following items can't be returned or exchanged

Because of the nature of these items, unless they arrive damaged or defective, I can't accept returns for:

  • Custom or personalized orders
  • Digital downloads
  • Items on sale

Conditions of return

Buyers are responsible for return shipping costs. If the item is not returned in its original condition, the buyer is responsible for any loss in value.

Frequently Asked Questions

How will my prints and cards be shipped?

I usually ship with the US Postal Service. Single cards ship standard First Class without tracking info (but you can upgrade to add tracking if desired). Multiple cards/larger prints are upgraded to First Class Package Service which comes with tracking information. An upgrade to Priority Mail (with tracking) is also available at checkout for all US orders.

I carefully package all prints and cards to try and best prevent any damage in transit. I use almost entirely recycled & recyclable materials as packaging, and try to avoid the use of plastics or bubble wrap. A typical order will arrive in a recycled cardboard mailer, with some recycled tissue paper for padding. I also use compostable plant-based protective sleeves when needed.

How long will it take to process my order?

Orders are typically dropped off at the post office within 1 business day (including Saturday). Sometimes it is 2 business days if there are lots of orders placed at the same time, or if customizations are required on your order.

For larger custom orders we can confirm ship dates before you place your order.

Can I stock your cards or prints in my store?

Yes! Please send me a message on Etsy or send an email to info@winterpicklepress.com and I can send you wholesale information and/or samples as required.

How do you make your cards and prints?

All my cards and prints are handmade using a technique called block printing. I use different types of linoleum blocks (or "plates") into which I carve my designs, so the prints resulting from this method are usually called linocuts, lino prints, or linoleum prints. I use special sharp carving tools to cut my design out of the lino block, and then using rollers (or "brayers"), I roll printing ink onto the surface of the block.

I then transfer the inked design onto paper or card using either my small etching press (the paper and block are pressed between a metal roller and a metal plate) or with the use of a printing baren which looks a lot like a large flat spoon.

Some designs require the use of multiple linoleum blocks and ink colors.

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