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Fashion illustration print of blond bun, summer ready, June. She's a sleek and chic girl on the go, wearing the color combination of the year; coral and seafoam. With her big round gold rimmed sunnies and espadrilles, and bright pouty lips, June is ready to adorn your walls and set the tone for a stylish summer.

Measures approximately 8"x10" and could be displayed beautifully in a standard size frame.
This is a PRINT of a fashion illustration.
Each print is signed in pencil at the bottom.
Printed by an ink jet printer on 51lb fade resistant paper with archival inks.
Frame not included.
┬ęBrooke Hagel does not actually appear on the print.
Shipped in a clear cello sleeve with a cardboard insert for protection and wrapped in a tulle bow with a postcard and business card, as shown in the last photo.
Print name: June
Contact me if interested in another size.

***Note: I, the artist, retain all copyright privileges and protections. Sale of artwork does not transfer this copyright.***

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Fashion Illustration-Fashion Print-Fashion Art-Coral and Mint-Fashion Sketch-Fashion Illustrator-Brooke Hagel-June-Blond Illustration-Summer

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: paper, ink, pencil
  • Feedback: 301 reviews
  • Only ships to United States from New York, United States.
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