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Every day the sun rises and sets but for all my revolutions around the sun, I've never stopped to really notice the changes in the daylight hours. Until now.

This may seem a basic premise for a print but its surprising how many people don't seem to realise the patterns of daylight. Whilst the summer and winter solstices mark the longest and shortest hours of daylight, the latest sunsets in the summer happen much later than the longest day and the sun is already rising earlier before the shortest day arrives.

This print marks these shifts and changes. Each ray of the sun represents a different week of the year. The consistently long pink rays indicate the longest day and the yellow rays indicate the hours of daylight for the given week.


Limited Edition of 100
A3 (297mm x 420mm) 3 Colour Risograph. Printed in London
175gsm GF Smith Colorplan Paper. Made in Hull
Optional 305mm Oak Magnetic Frame. Made in Shropshire
100% Recycled Cardboard Tube. Made in Ayrshire


UK = £5 | Europe = £15 | ROW = £20.
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  • Materials


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