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Paper type: Hahnemühle Matte Art Paper

Papir thickness: 210 g/m2

The artwork has been reviewed and printed in Kræss Print Studio in collaboration with the artist. We ensure that the print quality, colors and paper are of the best possible quality, and that the artist is paid for each and every artwork sold. In this way, we ensure creativity and quality for both artist and customer.

Stock status

Webshop: The poster is in stock.
Store: Order online with Click & Collect. Your order is ready for collection no later than 24 hours after ordering.
Most of our posters are always in the store, but we try to minimize our stock and print on-demand for the sake of the environment. We cannot guarantee that the poster will be in the store if you do not order it in advance.

Returning and gift politics

30 days return: You can return the posters in the store or online. You get your money back. If you choose to get the poster framed, you can also return the frame.
If it is a gift: In the basket, you can choose to attach a return label (and gift wrap) if you wish.
All gifts can be exchanged within 30 days. We exchange both in the store and online. If you choose to have the posters framed, the recipient can also change the frame.

Designer

In Swedish this means “But what if everything DOESN’T go to hell?” and I think I’m not the only one in need of daily reminders such as this one. This artwork is made using the AI-art tool DALL-e 2 which is something I’ve been exploring this spring

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Jessica Pleur is a Stockholm-based artist and writer, working during the brand Jessica ritar. Her debut novel ”Thrillerliv” was published in 2013 and in the autumn of 2023 a book with her drawings/comics was published in Sweden.

The messages in Jessica's art often - but not always - revolve around themes such as being weird and not quite fitting in, anti-achievement, and that homes (and souls) benefit from being a bit messy.

Naivety and colors take over in the aesthetically maximalist expression. She usually works with various markers.

Instagram: @jessicaritar

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