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Wild Ilk’s self-promotional, typographic labyrinth invites guests to linger — and decipher a quote — with its mesmerizing metallics.  



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Quantity Produced

120 (2 x 60)

Production Cost

Production Time

Dimensions (Width × Height × Depth)

16.535 × 23.386 in.

Page Count

Paper Stock

GF Smith / Amethyst GF-Smith Colorplan 135gsm stock  / Moonlight Silver GF-Smith Colorplan 120gsm stock  /

Number of Colors

1 x 1




Hand Drawn

This piece is available for purchase for $50.25

Wild Ilk Labyrinth Poster
Wild Ilk Labyrinth Poster
Wild Ilk Labyrinth Poster
Wild Ilk Labyrinth Poster
Wild Ilk Labyrinth Poster
Wild Ilk Labyrinth Poster
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Project Description

From Birmingham design duo, Wild Ilk, comes a limited edition art print based on the idea of a labyrinth. Labyrinths are amazing and ancient structures with many uses. The obvious one being the labyrinth that housed the minotaur on ancient Crete. More modern uses of labyrinths are recreational, for contemplation and reflection.

The structure of this labyrinth breaks with traditional and historic geometric labyrinth designs with the goal being less about finding a way through the maze and more about appreciating what the maze itself can convey.

The pseudo-geometric artwork has been developed by repeating processes of hand drawing and digital editing before being screen printed in two variations on GF Smith ColorPlan by Mission Print, Birmingham.

Production Lesson(s)

The print process was quite straight forward here being a single colour screen print however we had to be especially careful when matching metallic Pantones to ensure that we had consistency between the paper stock on the silver poster and the print on the purple poster (and vice versa).”

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Kelly Cree

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Date Published

September 15, 2014


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