$24.00

These art spots are the work of local photographer and designer, Reuben Price and feature stunning images of New Zealand native birds against a pure coloured background.

The round shaped images which can be stuck onto walls, fridges, laptops...any clean flat surface. (but not wallpaper)   No need for framing or nailing holes in the wall to hang this art.  And the unique adhesive leaves no residue and can be repositioned up to 100 times.

They come in three sizes - small 14cms across, medium 30cms wide and 60cms across.   The small art spots look lovely on a small wall or arranged as a group of three and the large art spots are big and really beautiful and easily fill an empty wall.

Handmade here by 100percent New Zealand.







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