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Behind the Scenes

Behind the Scenes

April 29, 2021

Ever wondered about how things work here at Julia Gash Enterprises? 

Julia creates her whimsical illustrated artworks using brush and ink which are then converted digitally and uploaded to her website in a choice of different sizes to suit different rooms in your home or office.

Julia Draws

We receive orders from all over the world which we send off to a specialist printing company in Sheffield where Julia's artwork comes to life as it's turned into a giclee print on archival paper. Orders are then sent back to us in Devon where they are framed in the studio and sent off to the customers around the world.

Framing Prints

Julia also receives lots of enquiries and design briefs from her licensees. These designs become wonderful gifts and products and are sold all over the globe in department stores such as John Lewis and Macys. Stockists also include prestigious museums such as the National Gallery of Art, tourist attractions such as the Arc de Triomphe, and wildlife spaces including London Wetlands.

 Macys

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