I’ve been a big fan of Roo Abrook’s work for ages, in particular her recent work which incorporates vintage printed pages as an in keeping backdrop for her print designs. Roo has been a busy creative within the city for a long time, with work appearing in loads of local places and shops. You may also have seen some of Roo’s work late last year featured in the national press and if you like to find art and gifts that are off the corporate high street but you still want to shop online you may well have seen lots of Roo’s work on the very popular Not On The High Street website too. You can also pick up one off originals and prints direct from Roo at her personal online store too HERE. All the prints are particular awesome and really reasonably priced.
If you too are liking Roo’s work you might also want to Like Roo’s Facebook page as you have a chance to win a print every month of the year, visit Roo Abrook Art Facebook Page for more details.
Find out more about Roo’s work at her personal website below and have a look at the following images showcasing some of her work. You can also find out more about the ‘Queen of Collecting’ with Roo’s interview on the Roost Living blog HERE.