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Created by author Rudyard Kipling, The Jungle Book is the kind of classic children’s work we love supporting here at Fab. And while Shere Khan is surely one of the scariest villains in children’s literature, when it’s time to take those Teletubbies, Squidwards, and SpongeBobs off your little one’s wall, why not introduce an image from one of the classics? This simple, yet evocative design was created by Nicholas Hyde of Harshness and shows a textured rendering of Shere Khan behind tall green grass.
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Unframed digital print on archival paper.
Do not bend.
Soy Based Ink, #80 Archival Paper
W 11” H 17”
Portland-based illustrator Nicholas Hyde is best known for his Star Wars-themed Pop Art and ancient Greek comics, which have made the geeky-creative rounds on Etsy, Wired, and more. With a "less is more" philosophy, he uses muted tones and simple graphics to tackle larger-than-life subjects. His latest series poses the profound question, “What’s greater than love?”