People around the world have reported seeing colorful monsters in playrooms, living rooms and bedrooms around the world. Is it all just a hoax? Or are they referring to our Rare Sightings Wall Art, exclusively illustrated for us by artist Amy Sullivan? They feature Sasquatch, the Loch Ness Monster and a Kraken.
An Amy Sullivan design
Includes detailed information about each monster
Sawtooth hardware attached for easy hanging
Artwork is digitally printed for unmatched color and clarity that's true to the original art
Canvas wraps around sides providing a finished, decorative edge
Show 'em what you're made of
Durable printed canvas stretched over 1.5" wooden frame
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Rare Sightings Wall Art (Kraken) is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by LalaMama from fabulous children's artThis adorable print is perfect for a child's room - whimsical but not too precious (or scary!) for a boy's room. And we are happy to be supporting an artist chosen by Land of Nod!
Date published: 2013-03-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by Jamie22 from kraken up!I bought this cute picture of the kraken and kraken babes for my daughters room . The pink of the kraken is perfect in the little girls room and goes so well with the Marine queen crib bedding I got my youngest daughter. My toddler lives to look at the mommy "hoctopus" and her babies.
People around the world have reported seeing colorful
monsters in playrooms, living rooms and bedrooms around the world. Is it all just a hoax? Or are they referring to our Rare Sightings Wall Art, exclusively illustrated for us by artist ...
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