Time Release Mini Prints - the 2016 collection

Two Is Company (time release mini) by Santie Cronje

Two Is Company

The second time release mini print collection from Cambridge artist Santie Cronje launches Thursday 7 April. Launching simultaneously at Quirky Fox and Santie's own studio the collection consists of 31 miniature prints.

While there were clear favourites in the first collection, the second collection looks even better and picking a favourite has been a struggle with Two Is Company and Droopy really standing out - The Tree of Light might have an unfair advantage with its pair of foxes though.

Droopy (time release mini) by Santie Cronje


Priced from just $25 each print is a miniature reproduction of one of Santie's originals shrunk down to between 10cm square to 10cm by 30cm. Feedback from the first collection has allowed Santie to produce a range in which many of the images will fit standard picture frames. Each print has been signed, named and marked as time release prints by Santie. 

The prints are only available online through Quirky Fox

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