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Thirty beautifully and originally illustrated marsh-inspired science and nature poems plus eight pages of explanatory scientific notes,
by Joanna Tilsley

Book: 30 Days

£ 10.00


The four sets of numbers after each size are respectively the chest, waist, neck and sleeve measurements in inches.



£ 12.00

Continental Earth-friendly clothing, fair trade, 100% organic (combed cotton 165 gsm).  Light grey with dark green logo.

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Badges, mirrors and fridge magnets in various designs, diameter 5.8cm.

Badges, mirrors, magnets

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£ 5.00

Price per set of 5:

Five cards from six different designs, printed on recycled card.
Size: A6 (unfolded size: A5).  Blank inside.  Envelopes included.

Greeting cards

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B: Badges, £1.00 each

FM: Fridge magnets, £1.50 each

M: Mirrors, £2.00 each

Designs are shown below.

These illustrated poems were created, one per day, during April 2013, for National Poetry Writing Month, an annual international event. I was reading about cosmology at the time, and as I took my habitual walks across the marshes of North London, I pondered deeply upon the dimensions of space and time through which I was passing, as well as existing euphorically in the moment with the first stirrings of spring. These poems followed naturally through, allowing me to weave a pattern of deep emotion through a weft of scientific fact. The illustrations were created from my own collection of vintage paper ephemera, and a great deal of digital manipulation. Any scientific images I used are credited in the following notes.