Coastline

by Hannah Cousins

Coastline chronicles a two-week trip down California's iconic Pacific Coast Highway, between San Francisco and Los Angeles, a route taken by Hannah Cousins and her husband Luke in Autumn 2016. The rolling hills & relaxed beaches of San Simeon, the rugged coastline of Big Sur and the palm trees & city lights of Los Angles all made an indelible impression on Hannah, whose engravings and pochoir illustrations draw inspiration from the surrounding plant life, big skies and dazzling ocean views.

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Hannah Cousins is an illustrator from Bristol. She began printing at university, where evenings were spent cutting and printing lino on the kitchen floor at her home in London. Hannah has since upgraded her kitchen table to an Albion and currently works from Centerspace, an artists' co-op in Bristol city centre, from where she undertakes commissioned work for an elite range of clients, including The BBC, Huit Denim, Parlophone Records & Double Dagger.

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This edition provisionally consists of 150 copies of which:

125 copies, measuring 350 x 270mm, are set in 14pt Walbaum and printed letterpress on a heavyweight Zerkall mould-made paper. £235 (£185 pre-publication).

25 de luxe edition copies. Details available on request.

Published December 2018.