Watership Down, by
Landland & Teagan White
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El-ahrairah by Landland
18" x 22", 8-colour screen print
270gsm Cougar Natural paper
Hand numbered from an edition of 160
Signed by the artist, gallery stamp on the reverse
Printed by Landland
£40—Buy
The Black Rabbit of Inlé (regular) by Teagan White
18" x 24", 5-colour screen print
270gsm French Construction Cement Green
Hand numbered from an edition of 150
Signed by the artist, gallery stamp on the reverse
Printed by Triple Stamp Press
£40—Buy
The Black Rabbit of Inlé (variant) by Teagan White
18" x 24", 5-colour screen print
270gsm French Construction Cement Green
Hand numbered from an edition of 50
Signed by the artist, gallery stamp on the reverse
Printed by Triple Stamp Press
£65—Buy

Back by popular demand we're thrilled to release new posters for Watership Down by Landland and Teagan White produced in collaboration with Nepenthe Productions. Jessica Seamans of Landland has chosen to represent “El-ahrairah” in a stunning 8 colour screen print illustrated and printed by the artist herself. Complementing it beautifully Teagan White’s “The Black Rabbit of Inlé” is a gorgeous 5-colour piece, printed by Teagan's printers of choice Triple Stamp Press. Two absolutely fascinating takes on this British classic by two genius illustrators who demonstrate a deep understanding and a loving affection for Richard Adams' lapine masterpiece. All prints come signed by the artist.

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“Reading Watership Down I fell in love with the oral folklore of the rabbits: the Lapine mythology told mainly through stories of the archetypal trickster rabbit El-ahrairah, whose adventures serve as both entertainment and inspiration throughout the rabbits' struggles to establish their own warren far from their oppressive original home. I understand the story of Watership Down to be overall optimistic, but for the rabbits, who in the grand scheme are and always will be prey, fear is a crucial part of their daily existence, and the methods through which they cope were the most fascinating aspect of the story. While the Lapine folklore told of the single hero rabbit, the rabbits of Watership Down were able to accomplish the same feats of cunning and survival when united as a community, and so I began to see them and their inter-species allies as a literal amalgam achieving something approaching El-ahrairah himself.”—Jessica Seamans / Landland





“Watership Down is one of the most flawless creative works I can think of, and the beautiful and nuanced way it portrays nature and animal behavior is something I aspire to match in everything I draw. The rabbits in the book have this amazing blend of adorable naivety (their inability to count higher than 4, or understand the concept of something floating on water), but also a fierceness and determination necessary for any creature facing the harsh realities of suffering and death in the animal world. I wanted my poster to represent this full spectrum, and so chose to draw Hazel-rah surrounded by beautiful (delicious?) plant life, yet beneath the ominous “shadow” of the Black Rabbit of Inlé, the bringer of death from rabbit folklore.”—Teagan White






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