Illustrations available as prints and greetings cards

Classic Car Pictures – Commissions

A bespoke portrait of your classic car, click below for details.

Shop Wholesale

Available wholesale through Faire, Ankorstore and Creoate.
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Also available from the InkyCrowArt Etsy Shop

Austin Seven Centenary

As part of the Austin 7 Centenary Celebration event in July I will have three pictures on display. The event will be a week of festivities centred on the Fire Service College at Moreton‑in‑Marsh, Gloucestershire. Austin Seven enthusiasts from all over the world are expected to attend and the culmination

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Steve Goodwin has worked as a graphic designer and illustrator for over 30 years. He works on many and varied projects and illustrates in different styles. He has a particular interest in linocut printing and InkyCrowArt is dedicated to this work. He likes to combine the traditional hands-on crafting of linocut printing with modern digital techniques.

High quality Gicleé art prints of any image available. Contact:

The Process

The illustrations always start as a pencil sketch. This sketch is developed into a pencil drawing at the size of the illustration.

The drawing is transferred onto linoleum and then hand carved using tiny gauges. The areas not being printed are carved away leaving the areas to be printed. Many of the illustrations utilize two or more colours, each colour is a separate carved block. 

Each block is printed in black ink and then scanned at high resolution. The now digital images are coloured and composed in Indesign software to create a final digital artwork ready for printing.

The digital artwork is then printed in two different ways. If produced as greetings cards, the lithographic printing process is used. This is a common commercial printing process at very high quality.

If the designs are produced as art prints the technique is Gicleé. Gicleé is used for very high quality art and photography printing. It is a process similar to inkjet printing but uses more colours which are pigment based (as opposed to dye based). The images are very rich in colour and definition and the colours are permanent.