Materials: digital drawing, digital painting, digital, print, archival inks, archival paper
Height: 8 inches
Width: 10 inches
'do humans matter as much as what they ruin?' created on day 45 of 2017's 100dayproject. The title is from a Sabrina Orah Mark book, Tsim Tsum, which I adore. The artwork is rendered in archival pigments at 5x5in on 8x10in velvet fine art paper.
-Archival pigments on velvet fine art paper
-High resolution captures all the details of the original
-5x5inch artwork on 8x10inch paper, easy to pop into a frame and onto your wall or the wall of someone you love
to view printed and/or framed, see 'it's not love but love's outskirts', '14, var9', 'you're a cutie pie aren't you?', 'tonight the moon looks like an oreo cookie', 'BADminton' and/or 'shelter from the storm, dawn'.
Jan 31-Feb 7
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I love, love, LOVE this piece! I've been following 10tinbluebirds for quite some time now on Instagram, and I've been looking forward to the day when I'd own work by Ruth Allen. Last week Friday was that day! I'm so happy!! The actual size of the design is 8"L x 3"H. It's a delightfully-sized piece which you will love to have brighten your space. <3 <3 <3
This made the perfect gift for my hard-working friend. Shipped very quickly and Ruth took the time to include a personal message and make sure it had arrived safely. I love the truly original art in her shop and wish I have more art money to spend. Thanks again, Ruth!
This print is even better in person! I bought this as a gift for my bff, and I’m so excited to mail it to her. I just can’t get enough of Ruth’s style. This is the third thing I’ve bought of hers and am sure I’ll own more in the future!
Love the artwork! Very well packed and fast delivery!