These are all things you can find at the sea, from an octopus in a party hat to a smiling mermaid. Splashing in the waves under a bright blue sky is the best way to spend a summer afternoon!
This framed print is available in sizes 8"x10", 11"x14", & 20"x24" and arrives in a white wood frame. Each print is custom made to order and arrives in 2-3 weeks from date purchased. Your art is shipped to you in a bespoke box so that it arrives on your doorstep ready for your child’s wall. Hanging hardware included. Since each print is made to order, they are not returnable and your credit card will be charged prior to shipping. Sorry, no international shipping for this item. Discount codes cannot be applied to this item. This item ships for free.
Sonni was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Growing up, he showed a great interest in drawing and painting. He double majored in Graphic Design and Illustration/Silkscreening at the University of Architecture and Urbanism of Buenos Aires and worked as a graphic designer for numerous international film and design companies upon graduation. He soon began his independent career as an illustrator and Art Director for animation studios. Sonni's work has been published in magazines and books in Argentina and internationally. Sonni began painting murals in different neighborhoods in Buenos Aires creating a following with his cheerful characters de faciones, painted in primary colors. He is considered to be part of the first generation of street artists in Argentina. Sonni was commissioned to do a public mural in Buenos Aires subway stations and the Glace Palace Museum and has also participated in solo and group shows in Argentina, Mexico, Costa Rica, Spain, The United States, Canada and Taiwan. In 2008, he became Senior Art Director at FriendsWithYou where he produced artwork for commercials for Match.com, Energizer, VH1, Nick Jr, Dunkin' Donuts, Sanrio "Hello Kitty," MTV, Native Shoes and other top brands. In December of 2010, Sonni was commissioned to paint two murals for Art Basel Miami. His 30 ft high "BoomBox" was named Best Public Art of 2011 by the Miami New Times. Shortly after, Sonni put on three solo shows: two in Miami and one in New York for the world's largest character design fair, Pictoplasma. Sonni currently lives in New York where he is doing what he loves best.
Each LittleCollector print is accompanied by an authenticity card containing the title of the work, the artist's signature and the edition number as well as care instructions. This card ensures that your work is properly authenticated. Artists do not sign the surface of the print directly to maintain a clear distinction between their original signed pieces and their LittleCollector prints. A rendering of the authenticity card is below.
8” x 10”20 cm x 25 cm
11” x 14”28 cm x 35 cm
20” x 24”51 cm x 61 cm
All LittleCollector limited editions are printed to order on 100% cotton rag Hahnemuhle paper with archival Epson inkjet pigments and are hand cut to size. That's the same quality used by fine art galleries and museums. All of our printing and framing is done right here in the USA using environmentally friendly materials that are safe for children.
All prints are printed with a minimum border of 0.5 inches to allow for framing. Quoted print dimensions are the paper size and include this border. The image size will be slightly smaller than the paper size and will vary with each image. Likewise, we never crop, color correct or otherwise alter our artists' work and adhere to the highest image quality standards.
LittleCollector offers professional, child-safe custom wood framing on every print. Framing is the best way to preserve your art and all LittleCollector frames have Plexiglas fronts to prevent breakage with the authenticity card mounted on the back. And we use 8-ply acid-free mats with a taped backing to ensure your art lives a long and inspiring life on your walls.
Please note frame sizes:
8x10 inch print unframed = 14x16 inches framed
11x14 inch print unframed = 17x20 inches framed
20x24 inch print unframed = 26x30 inches framed