Our customers say… “These prints are absolutely stunning, we're blown away by the quality, thankyou for bringing the Discworld into our living room for all our guests to admire!”
A hugely attractive range of extremely high quality canvas prints, featuring some of our most popular artwork. We're delighted with the reproduction of the images and the construction of the frames is outstanding. The larger designs are a chunky 32mm thick whereas the smaller ones are 25mm. Grab them before they get 'Feegled' from our storeroom! Please note that all our canvases are printed individually and there may be slight colour variations between batches.
Size: 500mm x 380mm
Our bestselling canvas print, The Great ‘Tuin. A Giant Star Turtle (of the species Chelys galactica) who travels through the Discworld universe, carrying four giant elephants (Berilia, Tubul, Great T’Phon, and Jerakeen) who in turn carry the Discworld. Attempts by telepaths to learn more about Great ‘Tuin’s intents have not met with much success. All they’ve been able to discern is that the Great A’Tuin is looking forward to something’.
A happy customer says..
This canvas print reproduces one of the most beautiful pieces of artwork from Paul Kidby’s The Last Hero, and depicts Death atop his faithful – and very much alive – steed Binky.
“In the olden days,” she said, “when a hero had been really heroic, the gods would put them up in the stars.”
The heavens change, said Death. What today looks like a mighty hunter may look like a teacup in a hundred years’ time.
“That doesn’t seem fair.”
No one ever said it had to be. But there are other stars.
Size: 400mm x 300mm
The Librarian delighted readers in The Colour of Magic, and was transformed into an orangutan in The Light Fantastic as the Octavo fired a beam of magic upwards. On discovering that being an orangutan had certain advantages for a librarian – he can climb up to high shelves, for example – he refused to be transformed back into a human and has remained an orangutan ever since. Our Librarian will sit quietly on your wall for ever more… just don’t call him a monkey!
Size: 300mm x 400mm
Here you see the Night Watch ‘proceeding’ away from the dragon. It is the task of the Night Watch – Captain Vimes, Sergeant Colon, Corporal Nobbs, and new volunteer Carrot Ironfoundersson – to stop the Dragons reign of terror, with some help from the Librarian, but it seems here that our fearless heroes are taking a break from their duties! Can we really believe they live by their bold motto “FABRICATI DIEM, PVNC”, (“Make my day, punk”).
Size: 300mm x 400mm
“Aww look at the cute pussy cat” did we just say that? Greebo is Nanny Ogg’s tomcat; feared in the forests of Lancre by all animals, and the father of most of the cat population in the area! Flea bitten, scarred from many fights and generally a huge bully of a cat Greebo is renowned for once chasing a bear up a tree. This is the cat that Nanny Ogg refers to as ‘Mr. Puss-Puss,’ and sees, in her head, as a cute little bundle of fluff yet everyone else calls ‘gerroffyerbugger!!!’ And now here’s your chance to have cute little Mr. Fluffy on your wall! We have a very small number of these wide scale pencil prints still available. When the stock is gone, this item will be gone for good. Originally published in 1995, this print is highly sought after and makes an irreplaceable addition to any Discworld collection.
Size: 300mm x 400mm
We love this scene of Death Under an Eldritch Sky from ‘Soul Music’. This rocking novel introduces an element of modern society into the magical and vaguely late medieval, early modern world of the Discworld with nearly disastrous consequences. It also introduces Susan Sto Helit, daughter of Mort and Ysabell and granddaughter of Death. And when you stare into this canvas perhaps you’ll hear a note or two of that new and addictive music that ‘rocked’ the Discworld. It’s got a beat and you can dance to it, but… It’s alive. And it won’t fade away. It’s called Music With Rocks In…