Anatomy of a Best Friend's Heart Screenprint

An ode to hilarity, kindred spirits, and weird haircuts.
created by

Sandra Dumais

$40.00

created by

Sandra Dumais

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Thank You for Being a Friend

Celebrating the full picture of BFF life, this screen print features Sandra Dumais' playful heart illustration that offers a refreshingly honest look into cohort-ism. Sandra hand sketches, paints, and digitally draws a narrative interplay of words and images. The result is an ode to hilarity, kindred spirits, and weird haircuts that makes for a positively charming character study. Handmade in Montreal.

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Made in Canada

Exclusively for UncommonGoods

“I believe there is a story in everything, and often draw inspiration in the mundane.”

Sandra Dumais' work is inspired by her childhood, children, and the "funny, tender world" around her. "I believe there is a story in everything, and often draw inspiration in the mundane," she says. She took to drawing at a young age, making books out of the musty rolls of wallpaper she found in her linen closet. Her artworks feature a mix of illustration, painting, and digital drawing, culminating in pieces that weave tales through words and images.

Handmade Exclusive
Made from
cotton paper, water based ink
Measurements
16" H x 12" W
Ingredients
Item ID
46983

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This gift is a special treat for the best friend in your life. Quite clever and frames beautifully.

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