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Los Musicos by Perro y Arena

Los Musicos by Perro y Arena

Regular price $120.00 USD
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Frame Material: White

An art studio predominantly known for its imaginative ceramic works, Perro y Arena's iconic style translates perfectly onto the wall in this series of prints. Inspired by the flora and fauna of the Baja region, their work features a playful cast of mythical desert characters. This minimalist yet bold piece, entitled "Los Musicos," features three of those characters playing music together - the coyote, hare, and crow. 

*Please note:

- The image may crop slightly different based on the aspect ratio of your print.

- The first listing image is a 30"x44" in our black frame option with no mat.

- An closeup look will reveal a slight speckle texture reminiscent of Perro y Arena's ceramic works.

Materials

Our canvas prints comes on a high-quality semi-gloss canvas stretched onto a wooden subframe with a 1.25" depth. The canvas is sturdy, lightweight, and easy to hang!

Our framed canvas option comes float framed with a small gap between the edge of the canvas and the frame. The depth of the frame is 1.75" and the width of the frame is .75".

Just like our framed prints, our canvas frames come in four options - white, black, natural and walnut, each of which are made from premium solid wood moulding sourced from Italy.

Shipping & Returns

Shipping - All US orders are shipped via FedEx. Orders are usually printed and shipped out within 3-5 business days, with delivery typically in a range of 8-12 days.

Returns and Exchanges - As each print is made custom to your order, we do not accept returns or exchanges. If your item arrives damaged, please send us clear photos of the damage and we'll be happy to send a replacement!

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About the Artist

Perro y Arena is a ceramics project and design studio by Tijuana-born artist Socrates M. Medina. His work is a visual poetry, exploring the spiritual connection between humans and the Baja Californian fauna. His animal figurines transport us to a mystical world where we can dance with coyotes and hares under the moonlight. It is an invitation to step into a world where art and design seamlessly blends with nature, and myths come to life.

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