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I can see clearly

Our landscape prints are proving to be popular and we often add new views to our range. Today, however, we've added something special. For those of you not looking for a vintage colour fix, all of the views are now available in natural colours!
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The Early Days of a Better Nation

Following after the announcement that a new referendum on Scotland's future is to be held, we've got a couple of very special offers – available for one week only!

First up, The Early Days of a Better Nation A3 print is reduced to £20.18, down from £27.50! There are only 40 of these left, so don't take too long to order one.

Secondly, Stewart Bremner's book The Early Days of a Better Nation is available with a 50% saving this week only! It collects more than 700 graphics from the first independence referendum and may well come in handy for the next one.
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Bella says…

Launched at the tail end of last year, Bella Caledonia and Ekklesia's book Scotland 2021 is now available at Indy Prints!

What kind of country do you want to live in? What should we demand of our political leaders (now)? What should our priorities be for the next five years? The contributors to this new collection – assembled in the immediate aftermath of the Holyrood elections 2016 and Brexit – answer these questions attempting to go beyond narrow tribalism and the political here and now to take a longer view.
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Love and landscapes

Love

It seems that the pink and red time of year is here again. So say it with Burns this Valentines with our Seas Gang Dry card and print, which features a fragment his timeless poem 'A red, red rose'.

Landscapes

For all you fans of our vintage-style travel posters, we've just added eight new landscapes to our collection! That means we now have 25 different views celebrating the beauty, power and spirit of Scotland – each available in a choice of three colour palettes.

The new views are: Ardnamurchan: Lighthouse and the Small IslesArgyll: Loch Lomond and Ben LomondDundee and the River TayFirth of Clyde: Arran, Bute and Cloch LighthouseGlasgow: Finnieston riversideGlasgow: Riverside Museum and the GlenleeGlencoe: the Three Sisters and the Old Road and Sutherland: Sandwood Bay.

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Final week

There's just one week to go on our January Sale. That means you still have time to get 25% off everything you order – use code JANUARYSALE! As an added incentive we've just dropped our calendars to half price and, better yet, if you buy both at once you'll get an extra 50p off.

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Handsel Monday

Handsel Monday is the name given to the first Monday of the year in Scotland. Before Christmas Day was celebrated, if was the day of the year for giving a gift. We're marking it by offering free shipping to customers and supporters on all purchases. 

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January sale

We'll keep it brief. Celebrate the new year with these great offers:
  • Calendars down from £9 to £6
  • A5 prints down from £12 to £6
  • 25% off all purchases with code JANUARYSALE
The sale runs all month long.
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Gift cards

For those of you not quite sure what exactly to buy for a present, you can now consider giving the gift of a gift card. New today, the gift cards have a range of value from £5 to £100 and could make your present shopping just a wee bit easier.
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It's almost that time…

…to put on a cosy jumper, pour a wee nip of something strong and settle down to enjoy some seasonal entertainments in the twinkly light of our tree. But before that happens, there are probably some of you who want to do a wee bit more shopping – we certainly do!

To help you out, Indy Prints is open until midday on Saturday 17th December. All orders received before then will be shipped out on Monday 19th – while stocks last.

Thanks for dropping by and have a lovely festive time!

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The Festivities

To get you in the mood for the festive season, we've dropped the prices on our festive cards. In our seasonal shop, you can find Both versions of our Season's Greetings card are on sale, as well as the distinctly more Scottish Lang May Yer Lum Reek. Hae a guid yin!

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