When we first met talented designer Kay Vincent at a fair in London, she had just started out with these amazing retro limited edition animal alphabet screen prints for her company, Ketchup on Everything. Some animal-letters were ready and good to go; others were still in the wings waiting to be created. Kay's work is testament to her unique vision and attention to detail. Each design is inspired by her treasured collection of vintage story books and flash cards from the 50s and 60s, and lovingly created with each animal's name and its very own smile-provoking, fun activity (that begins with the same letter, of course). Being limited edition of 100 and each one signed and numbered, these prints really are quite special. They are silk-screen-printed on to beautiful 300 gsm soft white satin paper by Kay herself in her London studio. And measuring 38 x 28.5cm, it's very easy to find an existing size of frame for them. We selected a few of our favourites: But that's not all. Kay has recently designed this amazing A1-sized giant Animal Alphabet print starring all 26 animals - which we absolutely adore (in fact we must admit that it is possibly one of our favourite alphabet prints we have ever seen!) This one is litho-printed on to 170gsm silk paper and arrives beautifully packaged in a giftable, brown card postal tube: Bright and colourful - not to mention educational - with a unique, retro style and a cheeky sense of humour that will appeal to both children and adults alike, these prints would make a fabulous addition to any nursery or child's room, and the perfect gift for any special occasion. Why not buy the individual prints and spell out your child's name...? The limited edition prints usually cost £30 each, and the A1 poster is £25. However, Kay is very kindly offering us an exclusive 'Bobby Rabbit treat' - 20% off all purchases until 23rd September! Visit our Special Deals for more details of the code to use. So hurry - and make the most of this incredible offer before it runs out. Trust us, you'll be pleased you did.