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How is a hummingbird like a soap bubble? The both reflect an iridescen coloring in the light. The tiniest bird in the world is one of the most fascinating creatures on the planet. Not only can they hide that iridescent color at will, a hummingbird’s brain is 4.2% of it’s body – the largest proportion to any bird in existance. They hear better and see farther than humans can, but have no sense of smell. Hang this incredible example of nature at work on your wall and be reminded of the amazing world we live in.  

This borderless design is about an inch shorter than the other wall hangings featuring a white background. The mini size in borderless designs have to be hand trimmed, and the price reflects the extra labor involved.

Each design is illustrated by Jessica Rose and uses watercolor techniques, then printed in our studio with pigment based inks. It's the perfect melody of vintage minimalism and heirloom quality. The wood trim delivers a one of a kind art piece worthy of your curated collection.

Bonus: Your wall hanging arrives ready to hang, no need to purchase a frame. A small push pin will generally do the trick, or grab a set of our  Designer Nails. Statement piece art, deserves statement worthy hardware.

Several sizes to choose from. Please see photos for size references.
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O T H E R   O P T I O N S:

1 / Shop this design H E R E in a canvas art print. 

2 / Add buttery Copper Trim pieces to your hanging twine H E R E.

Collections: Botanic Collection

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