The king banned the dark
  • The king banned the dark

    Artwork by Edwina Kung

    This is an illustration inspired by the picture book "The king who banned the dark" by Emily Haworth Booth.
    A picture book about dicatorship, resistance and darkness.
    This is a story of a little boy who was afraid of the dark. Not so unusual you may think, but this little boy is a prince who decides that when he becomes king, he will actually ban the dark. 

    -Product Information-
    Fine art print using inkjet printing and archival pigments on acid-free, 100 % cotton 312 gsm paper.

    A4 size (21 x 29.7 cm) and A5 size (14.8 x 21) and includes a 15mm white border.

    Printed in the UK
    Titled, signed & numbered

    -Shipping information-
    All prints are posted in secure envelopes. 2nd/1st Class (UK) and standard Airmail (International). Please note delivery time will vary depending on your location. Every effort is made to dispatch orders 1- 2 working days after they are placed

    All pieces are sent unframed.

    -Frame suggestions-
    The print will fit into a standard A4/ A5 frame

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