The flower Dandelion poster by Sofia Lind
The flower Dandelion poster.
Size: 40 x 50 cm.
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The flower Dandelion is part of a series of flower portraits by Sofia Lind for Fine Little Day.
Sofia Lind is a designer and artist from Gothenburg, Sweden. After studying at HDK – Academy of Design and Crafts and Konstfack she went to Stockholm where she's active now. Her work is very much imbued with patterns. The digital part of her work comes in late in the process and she allows the materials/paintings to be visible and present.
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