Head out for a stroll with these colorful animal friends hand drawn by Jennifer Orkin Lewis for August Wren. This custom headboard print is perfect for a whimsical, modern child's bedroom and pairs well with brightly patterned sheets and plenty of stuffed animals too.
About the Artist
Jennifer Orkin Lewis (pen name August Wren) is an artist an illustrator that specializes in magical, peaceful images. In her previous life she was a textile stylist and a children's wear designer. She also illustrates greeting cards, book covers and children's books.
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Bring the art of Jennifer Orkin Lewis into your bedroom design when you choose one of her illustrations for your custom headboard. Jennifer Orkin Lewis aka August Wren is an artist and illustrator inspired by the world of color, nature and pattern that surrounds her. After graduating from RISD, she spent quite a few years as a stylist in the textile industry, designing and styling fabrics for lingerie and children’s wear. She then began a freelance business, covering everything from greeting cards, book covers, magazine illustrations and children’s books to website illustration. She is striving to create magic and peace in her images, to find her own and other’s happiness. She has a blog and website which updates most of these endeavors. http://augustwren.blogspot.com http://augustwren.com
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