• Skandivis Martin Moore Succulent #2 Poster

Succulent #2 Poster

  • £28.00
  • £23.80



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Succulent #2 is the latest collection of illustrations by Martin Moore. The succulent sweetly sitting on the man's upper body giving you the illusion of having a beautiful flower in your home without the responsibility of looking after it!

  • Size:         A3
  • Design:    Martin Moore

The succulent flower poster is delivered in a cardboard tube.  You can shop for your A3 poster frame here.

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