There are three new paper garlands designed by Mark Hearld and published by Art Angels and this is the Bantam version: the other variants are flower and pigeon.
Each garland comprises of 7 hanging die cut pieces which you can string together to form a garland. The pack includes the string for you to do this with – in the flower version this twine is blue and grey – and all you need do then is find somewhere to hang them. Each paper component has two holes cut into it through which you thread the twine. Each of the pigeons is individually coloured and the pieces are all double sided.
Comes in a smart outer card envelope.
Mark Hearld was born in 1974 and studies illustration at Glasgow College of Art followed by an MA in Natural History Illustration at the Royal College of Art. His work encompasses drawing, sculpture, linocuts, screen print, collage and much more.
Measurements (pack size)
28cm x 25cm