Enamel Pin "Georgia O'Kitty"
- Colorful pin made of enamel with rose-gold finish
- Inspired by the American painter Georgia O'Keeffe
- Size: 2,5 cm
- Includes illustrated backing card
- Fun and easy way to learn about our most famous artists
- Artful accessory for shirt, coat, bag and the like
- Purr-fect gift for cat and art lovers
- For all ages
Georgia O'Keeffe (1887-1986) was best known for her paintings of enlarged flowers, New York skyscrapers and New Mexico landscapes. She is among the best-known U.S. women painters of the 20th century. Today she is considered an art icon in the USA.
Whether to your shirt, coat or bag – the pin is a colorful addition and the purr-fect gift for cat and art lovers. The pin's size is 2.5 cm and it's made of enamel with rose-gold finish. The stud is made of rubber.
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- Lovingly designed calendar 2022 with various cat illustrations
- 13 sheets, fixed with a black document clip
- Printed on high quality and very strong paper, so you can lean the pages against the wall for example
- Paper quality: 300g/m², cream-colored, FSC-certified, wood-free, acid-free and aging-resistant
- Format: A5 (14,8 x 21 cm)
- Pleasant feel due to high volume
- Super practical: When the month is over, you can simply cut off the cat picture and send it as a postcard or frame it.
Still looking for a Christmas gift? Surprise your cat-crazy friends with a special handmade cat calendar! The great thing: The calendar does not just end up in the trash can later. The designs can simply be cut off and used as a beautiful wall decoration or as a postcard for even more joy.
Katja Rub created the original illustrations with scraped cardboard. This involves scratching away the top layer of a coated cardboard. She then scanned them in and reworked them on the computer.