The nights are fair drawin in – giclée print
The Scots language has a long and colourful history, that stretches back well over a thousand years. Part of its colour isn't just the glorious words, but also the unique sayings. Celebrate the power and spirit of the language with this handsome vintage-style poster, drawn by Stewart Bremner.
Translated to English: the nights are without deviation drawing closer.
Meaning: sunset is getting earlier as winter is approaches.
Usage: some bugger’s gonnae say this in August and you’ll instantly feel like autumn has arrived.
- 300 gsm pH neutral conservation paper with archival inks
- Digitally printed in Scotland