MRS MIGHETTO MR FRANK WATERCOLOUR ART PRINT 18X24 cm SINGLE PACK, TINY THEATER COLLECTION

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MRS MIGHETTO MR FRANK WATERCOLOUR ART PRINT 18X24 cm SINGLE PACK, TINY THEATER COLLECTION

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Hello Little Birdie and Crew are thrilled to bring you these iconic Swedish watercolour prints. Mrs Mighett's latest collection titled 'Tiny Theatre'. MR FRANK Frank looks like everyone else but when he lifts his jumper he has a little...Read more

Hello Little Birdie and Crew are thrilled to bring you these iconic Swedish watercolour prints.

Mrs Mighett's latest collection titled 'Tiny Theatre'.

MR FRANK

Frank looks like everyone else but when he lifts his jumper he has a little contraption on his tummy, just above his belly button. At first glance it looks like a clock, but upon closer inspection you see it’s a small compass that points to “Right” or “Wrong”. As you’d expect, Frank takes all the important decisions, although he can only use the compass once a day. He is where our expressions ”trust your gut instinct” and ”listen to your inner compass” come from.

NEW PRODUCT - SINGLE PACK MINI POSTER MR FRANK, 18X24 cm

Printed on 170 g Munken Polar Rough matte paper.

Limited edition art print.

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Tiny Theatre.  The old, forgotten house had been empty for a hundred years when the theatre family first found it. It was their last hope. Rotten and utterly dilapidated, some nonetheless saw its potential. The theatre group had no doubts at all – this was their new home, their stage and their venue to per- form scripts based on their own unique gifts. The house was large enough and, most crucially of all, far away from their most dreaded enemy. It was the place they’d been waiting for. Finally, they could resume these vital roles they play. Nature, wildlife, water and flowers. Sleep, light, heat and an uncanny knack of making the right decision. Their magical talents had long been missed by the world, but now the only question was whether they could pick up where they’d left off.

Raise the curtain. Let the performance begin.