Limited Edition Clothes Line Animal Print: Zelda The Zebra

Helga Stentzel

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    • 14th July
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Description

Zelda the Zebra is here to remind you that life is nothing but a striped pattern. If you find yourself going through a dark time, simply remind yourself that better days are just a step away!

If you are having a good time though, don't worry about the darkness lying ahead of you - simply change direction and start walking along the white stripe rather than across it.

Need to know

Limited edition print, unframed; each work is signed and numbered by Helga on the front.

Printed in London on 310 gsm archival textured paper with highest-quality giclée ink.

Sizing and Edition
59x59 cm, including 2 cm border (edition of 30)
84x84 cm, including 2 cm border (edition of 25)

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Original print of Smooothie the chocolate cow hung on clothes line in the mountains

Helga Stentzel

shepherds bush, London

Helga Stentzel is a London-based, multidisciplinary artist whose creative journey transcends various mediums, including photography, sculpture and mural design. Helga's work is a delightful exploration of playful connections and unexpected resemblances in the world around us. Through her keen eye, she uncovers whimsical similarities between seemingly unrelated objects, creating art that never fails to bring smiles to people's faces.