Moon Rabbit by Emma Farrarons
£45.00 / Sold Out
A3 archival quality inkjet giclee print on Somerset Velvet 330gsm with faux gold leaf on the details of the stars and in the dress. The print features a protective matte gloss varnish which gives a beautiful finish. Limited edition of 10: once they're gone they're gone.
Moon Rabbit by Emma Farrarons was made into a print to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Amelia's Magazine. This image also appears in the book That Which We Do Not Understand (available from this shop).
Moon Rabbit features the Chinese legend of Chang’e. ‘By overdosing on a magic pill that grants immortality, poor Chang'e floated all the way to the moon only to reside there for eternity with her companion the Jade Rabbit. That is why you can see the silhouette of a rabbit on the moon.’ The colour way was inspired by Klimt’s bold use of gold and ochre and the dress pattern (featuring a few hidden rabbits) reflects a love of printed textiles.
Read an interview with Emma Farrarons about her artwork here. 50% of profits (after print, packaging and shipment costs are met) go to the artist.
£45 plus P&P