Released Tuesday, July 24, 2012
Zebra Bandits, by Andrea Wan.
15% of the sale of this print goes to Doctors Without Borders.
Andrea Wan is a visual artist and illustrator based in Berlin and Vancouver. She has a background in filmmaking before studying illustration in Denmark. Her work has been featured and exhibited worldwide.
About the print:
Zebra Bandits was originally illustrated to accompany a short children's story published in Nido, a German parenting magazine. The story is about a small lurch who saved the smell of the circus from a group of Zebra bandits.
This print is available in multiple sizes. It was digitally signed by the artist. The 8x10, 14x11, prints are numbered by The Working Proof, and the 20x16, 30x24 and 30x40 prints come with a numbered Certificate of Authenticity. Learn more here.
What has inspired you recently?
Places, architecture and people.
Why did you choose to pair with Doctors Without Borders with your print?
I chose to pair my print with Doctors Without Borders because I think their work is brave and unconditional.
How have you seen art transform the world around you?
Art makes people think, question, and experience outside the norm. Art making is an on going process that leads me to understanding myself better.
If you could pick one artist to mentor you, who would it be?
I'd choose to be mentored by one of my favorite artists and filmmaker Miranda July because she is an amazing story teller with an original voice.
Who are some artists you think people should know about?