‘Passing cloud is a form of cephalopod pigmentation pattern where a dark band travels across the body of the animal. It can be superimposed on various static body patterns and textures’
The octopus adapts, changes shape and color to survive. It seeks shelter in shells and other hard-surfaced elements along the ocean floor, including a coconut. I believe that we should aim to be more like an octopus, adapt to succeed, be resourceful to survive, be bright when you want to and blend it when you need to.
This is one of the series of prints that tell stories.
The linoleum cut print is laid over a map, in this case Hawai'i. The overall product size is 8x10in and the paper has a hand cut deckled edge. The print can be framed as is, matted, or floated for a more dramatic effect,
PLEASE READ BEFORE PURCHASING: All prints are hand made and made to order, therefor every print is unique. Map color and section of map will vary, but selection will be made as precise as possible. Prints are not matted.
Prints are made, packaged and shipped from Hawai'i.
At this time we are unable to offer returns, all sales are final.
Linocut prints are shipped in bidodegratable and compostable materials. Please reuse as much as possible, and dispose correctly. Thank you very much!