'I Switched Baristas' Coffee Flower Fine Art Print - Blue

ME & Blue

£55.00 Delivery included

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    • Order placed
    • 26th May
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    • Dispatched
    • 3rd June
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    • Standard delivery
    • 5th - 6th June

Credentials

  • Made in UK
Description

I'm a Los Angeles girl at heart, and I'm a bit of a pop culture junkie. I love this little saying that Lady Gaga uttered as an excuse to change her mind. Sometimes we need to change things up, move on, and do what's best for us. This is a reminder to do that. Or at least to support your local barista and coffee shops that make our world a bit better.

Need to know

A3 size

High quality giclee print on fine art paper. I work with one of the best printers in London who ensures that the colors look as vibrant as the original work of art.

Delivery

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Standard delivery: included
Receive it by 5th - 6th June

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M.E. Ster-Molnar is a London based artist, fashion designer, florist, and creative director of ME & Blue.  The brand has evolved over the years and is a reminder that creativity should be always celebrated.

ME & Blue

southwark, London

Hello, my name is M.E. Ster-Molnar and welcome to ME & Blue. I'm an artist at heart and my art has taken me on many creative journeys - fashion designer, boutique owner, artist, florist and more. My art reflects a sense of wonder in the details and imperfections of life around me. The texture of the river, the peeling posters on the city streets, vintage 7-Up signs, 80’s new wave music, and mother nature in the city. Worldly textiles, current fashion trends, blooming flowers, colorful outdoor markets, deep thoughts and the politics that seep into our everyday lives all intermingle in my creative world. Using collage, acrylics, oils, watercolor monoprints & more, I strive through my works to celebrate the beautiful flaws that make each of us and our world unique, infusing a bit of sunshine into each and every one of them.