A PRINTS company is launching a new limited edition range with artwork inspired by the NHS rainbow trend.

Brighton design studio Evermade says its collection of technicolour prints will “bring light to any lockdown living room”.

Amid the pandemic, families have been displaying home-made rainbow posters in their windows in a show of support for the NHS.

The studio said it had joined in the colourful effort by asking artists to come up with their take on the rainbow.

Each print runs at 100 limited editions. Prices start at £40, and 100 per cent of the profits go to NHS Charities Together to support NHS frontline workers during the coronavirus crisis.

The prints include designs from artists such as Hattie Stewart, Marylou Faure, and Steph Angelis.

Ten designs are available now, and more are set to be released.

You can also have your print framed. Visit https://evermade.com/collections/nhs-rainbow for more information.

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