Firth of Clyde: Ailsa Craig

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Home to a colony of gannets and puffins, this volcanic plug can be found in the outer part of the Firth of Clyde. Uninhabited by humans today, it had previously been a haven for catholics during the Scottish Reformation and is the origin of blue hone granite, a favourite of curling stone makers. It is somehow owned by one man.

Celebrate the beauty, power and spirit of Scotland with this handsome vintage-style travel print, drawn by Stewart Bremner. 

  • A3 – 350gsm smooth white board
  • A2/A1 – 300 gsm pH neutral conservation paper with archival inks
  • Digitally printed in Scotland