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Our Brand New Pennant Art Prints

Our Brand New Pennant Art Prints

It's been a while since we were able to share a brand new product collection with you (global pandemics and all that), so we're extra excited about sharing this range of wall art!

We've designed six pennant prints that were inspired by the protest banners and pennants created by the Suffragettes and feature quotes that hope to empower, inspire and encourage. They're fun, bold, punchy and perfect for a gallery wall.

Each of these large prints cost £29 and come complete with a scandi style poster hanger that's been handcrafted by our brilliant inhouse framer. We really hope you love them!

1. "Bold Enough to Fight Her Own Battles" Pennant

Taken from Thomas Hardy's 'Far From the Madding Crowd', the full quote being "I don't see why a maid should take a husband when she's bold enough to fight her own battles."

2. "Educate, Organise, Agitate" Pennant

A quote from playwright and political activist George Bernard Shaw. 

3. 'Forget What the World Thinks of You' Pennant

A line taken from the speech of famous women's activist, Susan B. Anthony. The full quote being "forget conventionalisms; forget what the world thinks of you stepping out of your place; think your best thoughts, speak your best words, work your best works, looking to your own conscience for approval."

4. "I Rebel; Therefore I Exist" Pennant

An excerpt from a quote written by French philosopher Albert Camus.  

5. "Being Strong Is the Magic" Pennant

An excerpt of a quote from Frances Hodgson Burnett's wonderful childrens book, The Secret Garden. "Being strong is the magic. The magic is me." This particular pennant would make a beautiful piece of wall art for a nursery. 

6. "Think Your Best Thoughts" Pennants.

Another excerpt taken from the same speech of famous women's activist, Susan B. Anthony. "Think your best thoughts, speak your best words, work your best works."  


We're excited to bring more new products your way very soon. Watch this space! 

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