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A celebration of obscure, underused, made up and marginalised punctuation. Large format, bathed in an ample swathe of negative space, a touch of gilding and a succinct definition to underline the piece, delightful.

The pilrow began as a rubrication used to denote a new train of thought or idea in a manuscript. Now used as a punctuation mark denoting paragraphing. Often inferred discreetly with a space or break rather than being written or printed. This came about due to rubricants not being able to keep up (and add this character) with printing presses and therefore they just left a space instead. 


  • 2 Layer Screen Print
    24kt Gold Leaf Hand Gilded Finish
    500x700mm (B2)

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