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Some of us are not what we seem. A man might actually be a horse... a dog might really be an eel in disguise. Your pet bird? It might actually be a small adult woman in a costume.

This print was created for a short story called THE ANIMALS OF TREETHORN by British author Simon Colley. He is a smart, colorful, twister fellow. And he knows that I like masks... especially masks that might be used to hide the unusual. It is fun Creepy, creepy fun.

If you are curious about the story THE ANIMALS OF TREETHORN, you can find it here:


The dimensions of the print are 8.5 by 11 inches and the paper is an 80lb. archival cardstock. The current colors of stock it is appearing on is pastel blue and pastel green.

Each print has been hand modified with stampers from the 60's, 70's and today. No two prints are exactly alike!


Masquerade of Molmacha two color animal mask rabbit deer anthropomorphic spooky story drawing art print


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: ink, stampers, paper, card stock
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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  • Favorited by: 60 people