LittleCollector- Contemporary Art for Kids!
This image comes from John Nickle's book "Alphabet Explosion!" published by Schwartz & Wade Books. How many words can you find that start with the letter W?
Frame details: All prints arrive in LittleCollector's custom white frames. Our frames are fully archival, and include Plexiglas fronts to prevent breakage. Lastly, all frames arrive in a bespoke box, with hanger and nail included.
ABOUT: LittleCollector is committed to inspiring the next generation of art lovers through the presentation of accessible contemporary art. They believe that viewing art is an essential part of childhood and fundamental creative experience. Many of LittleCollector's artist collaborators are not only represented by major galleries, but are also featured in permanent collections at major museums such as the Met, Guggenheim, and MOMA.
John Nickle is an artist, illustrator and curator. He's published 5 children's picture books, and has had illustrations published in the New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and Atlantic Monthly. John's curated many exhibitions and is currently working on two children's picture books for Simon and Schuster and Random House.
Material: 100% cotton rag paper archival print, acrylic
Care: Wipe with a dry cloth
Origin: United States
As an art adviser and independent curator, Chrissy Crawford was accustomed to clients and friends asking her to find art for their children's rooms. When Crawford had a hard time finding a store or gallery with unique, affordable pieces, she decided to start her own. LittleCollector is a virtual gallery committed to inspiring the next generations of art lovers with contemporary, limited-edition art that looks just as stylish in the living room as it does in your toddler's bedroom. Each art print is made to last — archival pigments are printed according to museum-quality specifications on acid-free paper — and comes framed and ready to hang (complete with a hanger and nail). An authenticity card containing the artist's signature and the edition number is mounted on the back of each piece.