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Little Lion Kid's Screenprint

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Little Lion Kid's Screenprint

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$75

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This screen-print is a part of series "The Moon, The Sun and so on" which was exhibited in October 2018 at 'Slow Galerie' in Paris.

The 'Little Lion' embodies the lightness of childhood. The flowers manifest all the caresses and love that it receives.

It is printed on cream-white paper.
Size of the artwork is 35 x 45 cm.
The size of printed area is 25 x 35 cm.

Limited edition of 35.
Water-based inks on 240gsm natural white paper.
Size of the artwork is 35 x 45 cm.
The size of printed area is 25 x 35 cm.
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Meet The Designer

AGNESSAGA (Agnese Tauriņa) is an illustrator, graphic designer and printmaker. AGNESSAGA graduated from Central Saint Martins in 2016 and was listed among most outstanding graduates ’16 in graphics and illustration in UAL by Computer Arts magazine. Currently she works in Oxford and Riga on various illustration, graphic design and art projects. She takes audience to a sensual and magical world. Screenprinting is the signature medium of AGNESSAGA. In her latest series of art prints AGNESSAGA invites to a primordial and blissful space where bodies merge with their lush surroundings and natural rhythms. In her collection of screen-prints AGNESSAGA explores themes of contemplation and sensuality. Indian philosophy and art have influenced the aesthetics of the collection - the works include typography in Sanskrit, popular Indian motifs such as tigers, female goddesses and more. Sanskrit phrases that are integrated in works are designed in a collaboration with University of Oxford Sanskrit researcher Valters Negribs.

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