Colourful collage print garland produced by ‘Art Angels’ and designed by Mark Hearld.
Born in 1974, Mark Hearld studied illustration at Glasgow College of Art and then completed an MA in Natural History Illustration at the Royal College of Art. Taking his inspiration from the flora and fauna of the British countryside, Mark works across a number of mediums producing limited edition lithographic and linocut prints, unique paintings, collages and hand-painted ceramics.
Each pigeon measures 26cm by 20cm approx. Colourful twine is provided to string your garland.
Printed in England.
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