The Shipping Forecast is a popular radio show broadcast by BBC on Radio 4. The speakers on this show are notorious for conjuring up surreal imagery of isolated fishing boats out to sea battling through trials and tribulations brought on by horrendous weather. They recreate these images using their words only.
A set of newly developed prints inspired by the descriptive words have been released and are available to the intrigued fans. These prints capture all the creative essence of the Shipping Forecast. The outlandish regional names and the original language and phrases. Printed on high white smooth 315 gsm uncoated paper, the Shipping Forecast prints are delicate beauties and soon to be fan favorites. And if the decadent designs weren't enough to purchase these pretty prints, every print sale this year will be donated to the Royal National Lifeboat Institute.
The designs of these works are flawless and draw from an incredible inspiration.
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The Shipping Forecast Prints are Spoken Imagery Turned into Art
- By: Malika Renee ButssDec 1, 2013