The Jungle Book

In his lively interpretation of The Jungle Book, David Fleck depicts an open tome covered in a dense forest.
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David Fleck

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David Fleck created by

David Fleck

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Lit Comes To Life

Trained as an architect, David Fleck’s illustrations combine the complexity of architectural drawings with the magnificent cities he’s seen throughout the world and in his mind's eye. In his lively interpretation of the jungle book, David depicts an open tome covered in a dense forest of verdant trees that reach skyward toward a golden sun. Hinting at the earthly provenance of all books--from Rudyard Kipling’s literary classic to the humble self-published print--this vivacious art piece is sure to be a potent conversation piece in any space. Designed in Scotland. Printed and framed in Portland, Oregon.

David Fleck

created by

David Fleck

location

United Kingdom

Working daily between illustration, humanitarian architecture, and design, David is interested in the crossover between art, architecture, people and our cities. Having trained as an architect, his illustrations are informed by the detail and complexity of architectural drawings, creating discovery, a world of chaos and experience waiting to be uncovered and shared in each image. Inspired by writing, travel, and his own experiences exploring cities, David’s images are full of stories. "Until I have a go at drawing something I often don’t realise just how complex and beautiful it really is. So that's what I try my best to show- complexity, imperfection, beauty, and a bit of naivety too."

Made in the USA
Made from
plexi-glass, acid free ink, acid free enhanced matt paper, textured walnut wood frame
Measurements
18"L x 22"H, framed; 16"L x 20"H, matted only
Notes
Ready to hang with wire hanger, incl. care instructions and artist card.
Item ID
27261

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