W.A. Bench Players Postcard Set -10pcs
- Buy now - Pay later with Klarna
- Free Shipping From €60 NL & starting at €100 EU*
- Return & Exchange 30 Days policy, no fuss
- Shop Tax Free non EU residents
- Gift Wrapping Leave us a note & we’ll wrap it up
In this Bench Players Postcard Set, a variety of domesticated and wild animals march across the paper, illustrated by Rop van Mierlo who is known for his wet-on-wet painting style. The result is a series of amorphous and fuzzy shapes, yet these vibrant blobs are still easily recognizable as members...
In this Bench Players Postcard Set, a variety of domesticated and wild animals march across the paper, illustrated by Rop van Mierlo who is known for his wet-on-wet painting style. The result is a series of amorphous and fuzzy shapes, yet these vibrant blobs are still easily recognizable as members of the animal kingdom. Use them as postcards or as a playful tool to spark children's imagination.
Measures 15 x 10 cm
Includes 10 postcards
Following EU regulations,
from July 1st 2021 online shops must charge
customers the VAT % from their home country.
All prices are shown including 21% (NL VAT rate);
if your country’s VAT rate different,
the prices will change accordingly during checkout.
Postalco One Year Wall Calendar €20
- Germany, VAT rate 19%: €19,67
- Denmark, VAT rate 25%: €20,67
For US & UK residents; the prices will be shown in your local currency and excluding VAT.
For all other non EU residents:
Prices are shown in € and including VAT. VAT will automatically be deducted during checkout based on your shipping address.
- Deduction (other than $/£) only happens after your shipping address has been filled out.
- Do not use any of the Express Checkout buttons in the cart (Paypal, Apple Pay or Shop Pay):
This skips the checkout process & therefor the VAT cannot be deducted by the system.
IMPORT FEES ARE THE SOLE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE BUYER.
About Rop van Mierlo
Rop van Mierlo, known for his wet-on-wet painting style, created a series of animals inspired by the idea of how people try to tame the world in any way they can. While searching for a way to illustrate these animals, he started thinking: "if I would draw a wild animal, I'd be trying to capture it in lines, but that's just another way to control and tame it."
Using his wet-on-wet painting technique, Rop van Mierlo's animal series is thus represented in amorphous and fuzzy shapes, yet these blobs are still easily recognizable as members of the animal kingdom — vibrant and untameable.