All Together Now Poster
Sale price Was £39.00
From otters in top hats to superhero bears; rainbow unicorns to party-going owls, this adorable poster is a collaboration between Copenhagen fashion brand Soft Gallery and Danish design house MADO.
The hand-illustrated characters have been created with so much love and attention to detail, this poster will have little ones mesmerised and imaginations sparked for hours! Perfect as a special feature in your child's room or nursery.
'MADO' is Japanese for 'window'. The brand aims to curate a collection of educational, kind, loving and well-made products based on iconic graphics and poetic illustrations, providing a window to the world for children. The Soft Gallery collaboration is a hand-picked collection of some of the most iconic and well-loved artworks from Soft Gallery's fashion archives - artworks that have been brought back to life and into the universe of children's wall art and decor.
50 x 70cm poster, printed on to high quality 200g uncoated FSC paper.
This illustration was designed by Kitt Stuart Schwenn for Soft Gallery.
50 x 70cm.
Suitable for all ages.
200g uncoated Munken Lynx paper (archival quality, FSC certified). Produced in Denmark under the Swan certification system.
To preserve the colour of your print, hang away from direct sunlight.
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