Creative consultancy Goosebumps, was recently commissioned to carry out a trade name project and as a result, a valuable heirloom belonging to the Boothby family in Victorian times was revealed.
A bound book was discovered containing a poem named ‘The Bat’s Hum’, written by hand in 1828 by the Rev.Charles Boothby, together with gorgeous floral butterfly drawings in pen and ink created by his wife.
A set of twenty-nine stunning prints of these hand painted drawings have now been produced, each measuring 42cm x 29.7cm.
The prints are now available online priced at £95 each, from Art By Edition.
Featured here is Fonmon Castle tres; size 420mm x 279mm, courtesy of Fonmon Castle and the Goosebumps Branding Consultancy.
The new Fonmon Castle brand created by Goosebumps, is to be revealed later on this year and will include the gorgeous butterfly drawings
About Fonmon Castle
Located in Glamorgan on the South Wales coast, Fonmon Castle is one of the few enduring Welsh castles still occupied as a home. The St. John family built the castle in the13th century, it changed hands just once, in 1654. Sir Brooke Boothby the 16th Baronet, is the present owner.
Please visit the Art By Edition website, for more information and to view the complete set of the gorgeous floral butterfly prints.