In the 17th century, popular and new ballads, telling well known tales or stories of current events, were printed cheaply and disseminated like newspapers for musicians and singers to interpret as they liked. I made one for the ballad of the Misty Isle Hotel, with a small print of the real building in Dunvegan on the Isle of Skye.

A run of 21 are available for purchase on white Zerkall mould made acid free smooth and as well as 3 copies on the sun-bleached green and just one on the mustard yellow. Contact me by email for details.