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Mr Rabbit Cushion By Artist Natasha Hall

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Scandinavian style cushion featuring “Mr Rabbit” – a reproduction of the original charcoal and pastel illustration by Melbourne Artist Natasha Hall.  A premium Cotton and Linen blend has been chosen for its durability, beautiful slightly open weave and smooth finish; making each cushion cover perfect for the home and child’s bedroom.  The Artist is passionate about supporting local businesses, and has worked with a boutique Melbourne Textile Company to have each printed and sewn.

Each cushion comes with a card sized Mr Rabbit print on a gorgeous Strathmore linen and can be framed.

Fabric: Cotton/ Linen (Oyster Front/ White Back).  

Size: 30cm x 30cm

Care Instructions:

  • Warm hand wash
  • Warm rinse
  • Do not bleach
  • Drip dry in shade
  • Warm iron

About Natasha Hall...

Natasha is the artist behind the Natasha Hall Artist range of fine art archival prints and home textiles. She works from her small home studio in Melbourne, Australia. 

Her textile designs are a result of her exploration of familiar objects and the natural world through photography, collage and illustration.

"My heart beats faster when I discover the colours and textures of unremarkable objects and the smallest details in nature."

Inspired by her daughter and son; childhood stories and the precious, often fleeting moments of childhood feature repeatedly in her art and designs.

"My children have taught me to calm my mind; to stop and rediscover the moments that pass us every day."

The delicate lines and organic shapes & textures that distinguish her illustrations and photography translate poetically to the natural fabrics she chooses for her textiles and home furnishings.

Only the finest materials and printing techniques have been used to create the Natasha Hall Artist range of fine art archival prints and home furnishings. Why?

"Your home should be a sanctuary for what you find beautiful about the world."

With Love.

Photo credit: Leah Ladson Photography & Design

Natasha Hall