Bird And Forest Animals — Hand & Bath Towel

by Sarah Bühler

Bird And Forest Animals

Sarah Bühler — Hand & Bath Towel
from € 19,90 incl. tax excluding shipping fees

Printed to order in Europe

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Product details

Hand and Bath Towel - Product details

Towel printed with a design on one side. Available as a hand or bath towel. The front is printed and made of high-quality, soft terry velour. The back is white and made of soft, absorbent material. Comes with a sewn-in JUNIQE label that serves as a loop for easy hanging.

Size 40 x 80 cm (hand towel); 70 x 140 cm (bath towel)
Material Terry velour
Print Type Thermal sublimation printing
Care Machine washable at 40°C; suitable for tumble drying

Made to order and printed in Europe at the highest quality standards.

Product details

Towel printed with a design on one side. Available as a hand or bath towel. The front is printed and made of high-quality, soft terry velour. The back is white and made of soft, absorbent material. Comes with a sewn-in JUNIQE label that serves as a loop for easy hanging.

The JUNIQE label can be used as a loop for hanging.
The JUNIQE label can be used as a loop for hanging.
White, terry material on the back.
White, terry material on the back.

About the artist

Sarah Bühler

It has to tingle, fascinate, polarise, create hope and allow you to dream - that’s when it’s good.

Sarah Bühler

When referring to creative fields and techniques the word ‘limit’ is not a part of German designer Sarah Bühler’s vocabulary. In addition to her creation of visual art she is a maker of music and works as a model. Her creations can be anything from a carefully constructed collage of analogue photos to an exciting experiment in digital vector graphics. She loves losing herself in every new project she embarks upon. Every poster she designs is only deemed finished when she steps back and decides that it is ready to go up on the walls of her home. Style-wise her posters are completely detached from the more traditional designs she creates as a freelancer to meet the expectations of agencies. She is always looking for new challenges and spheres to discover as an artist. In all its entity, her aesthetic embodies clarity, structure, authenticity, freedom and a delight in experimentation.