T Cottee Art

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T Cottee is excited to be back for a second visit to Scotland’s trade fair following great success at the 2018 Spring Show.

T Cottee is a Scottish based graphic artist who combines text and story with the beauty and nature of the countryside. Pieces are inspired by traditional Scottish animals in their natural environments and Scotland’s beautiful landscapes and countryside. Text is used to ‘paint’ a stunningly original image, whilst providing information, stories and narratives to create both an informative and beautiful image.

Images are available in a range of products and sizes including prints, framed images and gift cards.

TCottee’s work is inspired by Scotland’s diverse countryside and the artists love of nature, outdoors and all things wild. All artwork is designed in-house in Musselburgh, East Lothian and printed locally on the beautiful isle of Arran.

T Cottee products are truly a unique gift both ‘made in and inspired by’ Scotland. A perfect addition to any home, hotel, café or restaurant.

T Cottee has recently released a new series following many requests: "Sea and Coast Unlimited" pop along to the stall LG26 to take a look!

New products

There is also a brand new series not yet released and designed specifically for the Autumn show: "The Winter Wonder Series". It utilises the text from well-known traditional Christmas songs to create a beautiful winter scene. Images follow in T Cottee’s interests and love of nature using the words from the songs to depict the familiar wild animals found in winter or the beautiful landscapes that make up Scotland.

Products

"Messy Coo" A favourite for many during the Spring Show

"Messy Coo" in detail

A Selection from Iconic Scotland Series

All products now available in 4 Sizes (Pictured: "Woolly Munros")

New Series just released: "Sea and Coast Unlimited"

Sneak Preview: A sample from the new "Winter Wonders" Series

20b Cairds Row
Musselburgh
East Lothian
Scotland
EH21 6LG

07913797311

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