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In the first chapter of Kenneth Graham's Wind in the Willows. Ratty takes Mole out in his boat. Just before the boat crashes into the bank, Rat uses these lines to describe his love of boats. We have altered them ever so slightly and coloured them in a very marine blue, so you can celebrate your love of getting on the water.
This Messing About in Boats Typographic Sailing Print is available in two sizes:
A4 - 210mm x 297mm Unframed
300mm x 400mm (450mm x 550mm including mount and frame)
Mounted with an Arctic White card mount and framed in either a White or Black box frame, with a 'ready for hanging' hook on the reverse. All our frames are made from recycled, planet-friendly Polcore.NB: Each of our prints are individually made so that no two are ever exactly the same. Please be aware that every computer screen is set up differently so that colours will appear subtly different across devices and according to lighting in your room. We do our best to describe our colours and to match the colours you see on the screen with the colour of the print we send you.