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    Whale Watching: Latest Animal Motif Trend

    First it was birds. "Put a bird on it", the saying goes, and people will go cuckoo for it. Then everyone was all about owls. Adrienne noticed a fox thing happening. Me? Everywhere I turn, I'm surrounded by whales. Ride the wave of this emerging trend with these beautiful prints and accessories:
    • Jeanine Deakyne

      A Giant Squid and a Sperm Whale Illustrated by Charles Harper From the Textbook: The Animal Kingdom – an Introduction to the Major Groups of Animals Fichter, George Golden Press, 1968

    • Katherine Feltes Fischer

      Octopus - Charles Harper.

    • stefano rossi

      The Animal Kingdom Looking for a whole new way to appreciate the wonders of the animal kingdom? Check out this retrospective of Charley Harper's stunning illustrations for Gerald Fichter's 1967 edition of The Animal Kingdom (available in book form via this art collection).

    • Pat Cooper

      “Battles between the squid and the sperm whale are awesome sights” The Animal Kingdom: A Charley Harper Retrospective, part VI I LOVE Charlie Harper

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