Jardin Celeste and Roseraie Merveilleuse are hardcover sets of two colorig poster 75x60 cm each title that can be juxtaposed on both sides to form a wider, continuous landscape. Ink on paper.
Published by Rustica Editions (Fleurus group, Paris, France) in 2015
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