The framing option for this RUN includes a 1 inch black wood frame with UV-glass, foam core backing and ready to hang hardware.
The original Harlow is done in pen, Ink and watercolor. Jurivicius says this piece is "based on Harlow, a cute but evil Pomeranian puppy living in Providence, Rhode Island."
- beware of the dog. Indeed, exercise more caution than usual around this pomeranian! A pooch with a 'tude, Harlow at least has a redeeming sense of style and fashion.
He also possesses (courtesy of his artist/master, perhaps?) an appreciation for literary allusion. Our friend is taking HIS pet out for a walk - and this leashed octopus or something recalls to mind Gerard de Nerval, the French writer who ambulated with a lobster because (as we all know) "savent les secrets de la mer." Oh, and Harlow is from Providence, Rhode Island? Interesting. Isn't that where H.P. Lovecraft hailed from? You know, the gentleman who envisioned more than one mystery lurking beneath the placid waves of la mer. This delightful picture is made for the discerning eye. - Robert del Valle
Nathan Jurevicius is an Australian artist whose diverse range of work has appeared in numerous publications and galleries around the worlds. His most acclaimed project to date is the Scarygirl universe, a vision that is filled with psychedelic colours, dream-like compositions and heartfelt stories that recall fables and folklore from our shared cultural memory. Since its creation in 2001, the brand has developed an underground following of fans across the globe through its limited edition toys, designer products, games and traveling art shows. The Scarygirl property is currently in development for an animated feature film with Passion Pictures. Nathan is currently co-directing his latest tv/game property 'Peleda' with his brother Luke for the ABC.