A giclée print, carefully reproduced using archival ink on beautifully textured, archival matte paper.
The story behind the art
Acknowledging mortality is a difficult thing, but it somehow connects us to the beauty of life in all its shapes and forms. The solace brought by seeinglittle things grow. Tiny birds looking at you. A young deer standing in front of you, unbothered. Someone once told me that when we're in the nature, we become just one other being amongst others. We lose the anxiety, the sense of duty, the guilt, the comparisonitis and the rest. We become part of this chaotic, but beautiful mess. In this disorder, I find a source of growth and of peace. A place to be without discrimination. But change also means the difficult grief of who we are no more.
Good to know
- Sold individually, without frame
- Signed by the artist on the front, and stamped on the back
- Printed on heavy weight 290gsm, hemp and cotton mix paper
Because of normal differences in screen and computer setups, colors may slightly differ from what you see here. Also note that decoration items are not included.
The finest materials
Each piece is digitally printed by the artist herself with a technique called giclée, capturing the essence and vibrancy of her art. She sourced only materials from manufacturers replying to the highest standards of the industry, such as Hahnemühle. Archival pigment ink on museum grade (ISO 9706), acid-free and lignin-free paper allow each print, if treated well, to last a lifetime.
Attention to detail
Every print order is meant to be a delight to unwrap! Coco inspects, cuts, protects and packages all your orders with much care and love. She uses fully recyclable (and when possible, directly recycled) materials. All the prints are vegan.