LOLLIPOP Animation at 7A High Street Passage was opened by owner and managing director, Will Marston, almost two years ago. The beauty of these images is that they are such good fun, I wanted to bring this quality to other people, said Will. It reall
LOLLIPOP Animation at 7A High Street Passage was opened by owner and managing director, Will Marston, almost two years ago.
"The beauty of these images is that they are such good fun, I wanted to bring this quality to other people," said Will.
"It really does make people smile if they have pictures of their favourite cartoon characters on their walls."
The art on sale at Lollipop Animation appeals to all generations. Images like Paddington Bear, Rupert and Wind in the Willows are bought by customers who enjoy collecting and also new parents who want to decorate a nursery. Rights to print these images on paper and canvas are owned exclusively by Lollipop Animation, and are distributed worldwide via their web-site.
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Will has recently introduced a framing service, which he says was the next logical step. Customers can take their photographs in to Lollipop Animation for scanning or digital images can be e-mailed or stored on a memory stick. The finished items are ready within 48 hours.
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