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A limited edition ACEO print of an original Kuna Indian fabric folk art cat mola! (>'.'<)

One of my all time fave cat mola designs! Highly collaborative 'Night Cat' design.

The original fabric folk art piece was done in reverse applique mola by a very gifted Kuna Indian artist in Kuna Yala, San Blas Islands, Panama. Note the wonderful lines and gorgeous colors!

Now you can enjoy mola art is this miniature, printed format!

Printed on acid free, 110 lb card stock. Protective, plastic sleeve included.

Shipped in protective card stock.

>> ACEOs (Art Card Editions and Originals) are 2.5” x 3.5” collectible works of art the size
of traditional trading cards. Miniature art is one of the hottest new trends in art collecting.
It has become an increasingly popular way to collect a wide range of original art from
artists around the world at very reasonable prices.

Affordable and highly collectable, a great way to collect and trade the works
of your favorite artists and folk art. Give them as gifts, save in albums, or mat and frame
them to enjoy every day.

A wonderful addition to any mola or ACEO collection!

(=’.’=) MOLAMAMA: Collaborative Mola Fabric Folk Art with a New Mexico Twist! Creating an economic avenue for indigenous artists for 20 years.. and now.. ACEO limited edition prints! Thanks for stopping by!

Colorful Molamama Mola Cat - Very Limited Edition ACEO Print


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: 110 lb acid free card stock, quality ink, krylon protective spray
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 359 reviews
  • Favorited by: 52 people