Richard Woods' Big L on Sale at Elaine Cunningham Interiors

Richard Woods: Big L, 2013. Archival pigment print on Hahnemuhle Photo Rag paper, 308gsm

Richard Woods' Big L, the second in a series of limited edition prints from Liverpool Biennial is now available to buy from Elaine Cunningham Interiors.

Woods’ work is a celebration of his previous commission for Liverpool Biennial in 2008 – a piece called Innovation-Investment-Progress, which saw Woods create a statement around positive thinking using the iconic DIY shop, Rapid Hardware.

Elaine Cunningham Interiors, an independent store on Chapel Street is owned and run by the daughter of Hugh Doherty – the founder of Rapid Hardware. Founded in 1972, Rapid Hardware became a well-known and loved fixture on the city’s Renshaw Street for over 40 years.

Elaine said: “We were thrilled when Richard Woods was artist in residence at Rapid in 2008, and this new piece means so much to me personally. It’s like the Rapid story is able to live on through his work, and people are able to own a small piece of that.”

The Limited Editions series provides a rare opportunity for art collectors to own unique works by celebrated contemporary artists. The first print in the collection was by Antony Gormley. Released in November last year and the piece, Another Place, sold out in less than a week.

Liverpool Biennial 2014, the UK Biennial of Contemporary Art takes places 5th July to 26th October 2014.

There are 50 prints of ‘Big L’ available, each signed by the artist and priced at £295. Purchase online at or at Elaine Cunningham Interiors.