Tigermerch Postcard Set
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In this Tiger Postcard series, ten different tigers majestically 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 various members of the animal...
In this Tiger Postcard series, ten different tigers majestically 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 various 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
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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.