Farmyard Friends Fine Art Print

By Laila Hills

Farmyard Friends Fine Art Print

Quick, quick, quick, everyone squeeze in for the photo! 1, 2, 3...say cheese! A fabulous design, with all our favourite farmyard friends scambling to be part of the picture that will be the perfect addition to your little one's room.

Kids Wall Art Specifications:

  • Fine art print made in England
  • Suitable for frame of size 30 x 30 cm
  • Printed on FSC approved card
  • Includes mount and backing board
  • Presented in a clear protective sleeve
  • Frame not included

$12.40 Save $12.33

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About the Artist

Laila Hills

I am an illustrator and designer who lives and works in the South West of England. My childhood included lots of foreign travel and I also went to school in different countries. This meant that I had lots of teachers from different parts of the world, which made for an interesting education.

I knew from a very young age that I wanted to work in art and design, and I was very focused on becoming a designer.

I studied graphics and illustration at college and then worked for a greetings card company. When I returned from maternity leave I began to specialise in children’s stationery, which was an excuse to immerse myself in children’s TV with my daughter – who is the first person I ask to approve my work!

There are clear influences in my work from my graphic design past; I have worked on many licensed designs, including most major children’s brands. This definitely makes me think very hard about making characters appealing and interesting.

I am half Danish and this also gives a Scandinavian feel to my more decorative work; Scandinavian design is very clean and concise and I’m always looking to emulate this in my work.