'Twiga.' Giraffe Zentangle Artwork by Tobias Illustrations
Exclusively designed for Illustrate by Tobias Illustrations. Traditionally drawn with graphite and archival ink.
In house artist and co-founder. He started drawing his stunning designs whilst at university but his art took off after he spent time in India with the Wildlife there. He specialises in Zentangle art and the eye capturing designs that most people associate Illustrate with!
A4 prints, printed onto high quality A4 (8.27" x 11.69") 220gsm conqueror white paper. All A4 prints are signed by the artist.
A3 prints, printed onto high quality A3 (11.69" x 16.53") 220gsm conqueror white paper.
- A2 prints, printed onto high quality A2 (16.53" x 23.39") 300gsm fine art textured paper. All prints are signed by the artist. Limited edition of 150 A2 prints.
A1 prints, printed onto high quality A1 (23.4" x 33.1") 260gsm smooth white canvas fabric. All prints are signed and numbered by the artist. Limited edition of 150 A1 prints. All A1 prints include a certificate of authenticity, signed and dated by the artist.
Please note: Frame is not included.
All images are copyrighted by Toby Brunsdon.
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