This charming Duke Gibson Cushion is designed by artist Angela Rossi in collaboration with Mineheart and features a portrait of a rather quirky monkey in all his royal attire.
The 18th century aristocrats loved their pet monkeys and regularly dressed them up. In this modern day version designed by Angela Rossi, Duke Gibson looks commanding and perfectly at home in his regimental regalia complete with golden epaulets, dark green satin sash and medals for bravery.
A surreal take on traditional portraiture, these animal cushions create a quirky gallery of distant cousins for your furniture. Guaranteed to make a striking statement and bring some humour to your home.
Made in England from chic velvet in Chestnut Brown, with concealed zip and FR treated Non- Woven insert filling.
Mineheart was launched in 2010 by designers Brendan Young and Vanessa Battaglia. Battaglia's Italian background and love of art, combined with Young's highly eccentric British wit has created a family of products with a playful quirky quality. Brendan and Vanessa are known for their clever re-working of materials and references to traditional imagery and the result is in an unexpected aesthetic that fuses past and present and blurs the line between art and design.
45cm x 45cm
£3.95 - 2-3 working days
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