Animal World Map Canvas Print

By Ian Cunliffe

Animal World Map Canvas Print

Learning about planet Earth is so much fun when all your favourite animals are there to join you! This bright and beautifully designed map of the world features our colourful continents with an array of iconic cuddly creatures from around the world. Enjoy a game of pointing out the tiger, camel, moose, zebra and so many more with your little one as the animals enjoy their own game of ‘throw the paper aeroplane’ across the world! This canvas print is captivating, stylish, educational and full of fun. A true winner!

Specifications:

  • 70 x 50 x 2 cm (28 x 20 x 0.8 in)
  • Giclée cotton canvas print, finished on all sides
  • Stretched around a wooden frame (FSC approved wood)
  • Hanger attached for wall mounting

$110.28

In Stock. Dispatch: 29th July [?]

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About the Artist

Ian Cunliffe

Ian Cunliffe is a popular illustrator who has provided artwork for well known children’s books, including Jeremy Strong’s ‘A Very Fishy Battle’ (Nominated on Richard & Judy Children’s Books Special) and ‘The Bun Gun’ (Televised on CBeebies’s Jackanory Junior). He has also produced illustrations to accompany 12 stories by Sarah, Duchess of York and recently illustrated a range of wooden toys for Hamley’s own brand.

The son of a craftsman bookbinder, Ian spent his childhood drawing on the endless supply of paper that came his way (when he wasn’t climbing trees).

On his way to becoming an illustrator, Ian ventured off to do special effects at Shepperton Studios where he was part of the team that created Robert De Niro’s prosthetics for Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein; then to Penguin Books for five years as a designer/illustrator.

Today, Ian works from home where he watches green parakeets fly past his studio window... and that’s before his imagination kicks in!