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Pictured: Fiona said "The first time I remember carving a lino print was at school". <br />
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Wallpaper artist using dying art technique from school<br />
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British designer Fiona Howard who has over 35 years experience in the industry creates wallpaper using traditional techniques she learnt at school.<br />
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She says her method of lino printing is a 'dying art' as most designs are done on the computer these days to save time.<br />
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Intricate designs can take up to a month to produce from the initial sketches to hand-carving the lino pieces, one for each layer of printing colour.<br />
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Fiona, 57, from Climping, West Sussex, who has designed for John Lewis and Marks & Spencer, carries out commissions all over the world.