Dybdahl

Framed Mini Print Orange Butterfly

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From not the girl who misses much in Hamburg, Germany
    Dybdahl Framed Mini Print Orange Butterfly
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Natural insect drawings that are printed with Japanese archival ink on a matte Hahnemühle paper in own workshop outside Copenhagen, Denmark. With a wooden frame and a glass pane.
It looks great to combine the small drawings together into a wall group.


Print size 10x10 cm. 
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BrandDybdahl

Established in 1998 by Henrik Dybdahl, he ventures back in time seeking out old, rare images from collections at libraries, museums and archives around the world to inspire his range of posters and prints that focus on natural-world images. The Dybdahl Co. 
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Dybdahl

Framed Mini Print Orange Butterfly

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Dybdahl

Established in 1998 by Henrik Dybdahl, he ventures back in time seeking out old, rare images from collections at libraries, museums and archives around the world to inspire his range of posters and prints that focus on natural-world images. The Dybdahl Co. unearths images from the 1800s that have been hidden away in archives for hundreds of years before lovingly restoring them and bringing them back to life. <br><br>**Why we love Dybdahl**<br> Founder Henrik often redraws archival images or combines them with new sketches before adjusting colours, contrasts and detail to create a unique blend of old meets new.

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