Artist Puzzle - Owlt - 500 Pieces

€25.00

Illustration made by the artist Owlt - Limited edition in 30 copies

 

puzzle personnalise en france.jpg   500 pieces cardboard puzzle, made in Europe and personalized in France

personnalisation puzzle.jpg   High quality printing in a 33 x 47 cm puzzle

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Quantity

Owlt 500 pieces puzzle

Number of pieces : 500
Size : 33 x 47 cm
Material : 100% cardboard
Finish : shiny top layer
Personalization : illustration made by the artist Owlt
Printing : french high quality printing
Packaging : recycled plastic


A certificate of authenticity, hand signed by the artist, is provided with the puzzle

Livraison rapide

Production Time

24h to 48h

Delivery Time

1 to 5 days

Your Puzzle at home

2 to 7 days


> More informations about delivery

Owlt 500 pieces puzzle

Number of pieces : 500
Size : 33 x 47 cm
Material : 100% cardboard
Finish : shiny top layer
Personalization : illustration made by the artist Owlt
Printing : french high quality printing
Packaging : recycled plastic


A certificate of authenticity, hand signed by the artist, is provided with the puzzle

Fast delivery customized puzzle

Production Time

24h to 48h

Delivery Time

1 to 5 days

Your Puzzle at Home

2 to 7 days

Owlt 500 pieces puzzle

Number of pieces : 500
Size : 33 x 47 cm
Material : 100% cardboard
Finish : shiny top layer
Personalization : illustration made by the artist Owlt
Printing : french high quality printing
Packaging : recycled plastic


A certificate of authenticity, hand signed by the artist, is provided with the puzzle

Livraison rapide

Production Time

24h to 48h

Delivery Time

1 to 5 days

Your Puzzle at home

2 to 7 days


> More informations about delivery

Presentation of the artist Owlt

Floé, graffiti artist, lives on the Reunion Island. She draws powerful and generous women, with multiple facets, both fragile and strong, ungainly and sexy, fierce and provocative, happy and tortured... Contortionists, constantly negotiating with their bodies. These women are often multi-colored because as the artist says: "We are all white, black, yellow, red, green etc... ".

For Floé, it is about bringing the viewer to see the beauty springing from what is generally considered "ugly" (bulges, hair, pimples or freckles, etc.), but also to recognize the beauty of those who dare to break the locks and send back to the camps the codes of well-being or socially accepted well-wishing. By just being themselves in front of the world, they shine.

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