Limited edition 3 colour screen print
Signed and numbered by the artist.
Print measures 60cm x 70cm paper.
Framed size: 72 x 82 cm
Edition of 30.
The tradition of the Cornish 'Hevva' cake originates from the pilchard fishing communities. When the fisherman were out at sea, a watchman, known as a 'Huer' would stand on the edge of the cliffs to look out for the pilchard shoals. When he spotted a shoal he would call out 'Hevva! Hevva!' to help the fishermen locate the fish. When the wives at home heard the Huer's cries they knew their husbands would be home shortly. The wives would then make a quick cake full of currants and scored with a criss-cross design to resemble a fishing net full of fish, which would feed the fishermen on their return.
Available in three frame choices:
Oak (solid wood)
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The Shop Floor Project has worked with the celebrated artist and illustrator Alice Pattullo for over eight years. In our archive we have a selection of her work (several which are exclusive to us) from some of her earliest pieces to more current work.
Based in East London, Alice regularly explores British traditions, folklore and superstitions throughout her work. In 2017 she exhibited Of House and Home, her largest solo show to date at Yorkshire Sculpture Park.
Photo courtesy Yorkshire Sculpture Park. (c) Jonty Wilde.
Alongside this Alice works on commissioned illustrations for a variety of clients including Bon Appetit, Esquire, Cecil Sharp House, Country Living, Crabtree and Evelyn, Ditchling Museum of Art and Craft, Design for Today, Faber, Fortnum and Mason, Gardens Illustrated, The Ginger Pig HHMI Bulletin, Little Toller, National Trust, Sainsburys, The V&A Museum, and The Village Voice.