Dear Swan measures 40×50 cm and Miss Iris 18×24 cm and both posters are printed on 170 g Munken Polar Rough matte paper to maintain the nice feel of the originals in watercolor. Limited editions, when they are sold out, they are sold out forever.
…Miss Swan was born into royalty. Once upon a time, long, long ago, she was christened Siri Sibylla by her grandfather, the great king of the now fragmented kingdom Swanland. But that’s another story for another day. The Book of Secrets clearly states that when young Miss Swan picks out her promised life companion, the shattered kingdom will, by magic, reunite.
…Through a tiny, tiny gate in an odd little cottage with no door lives a tiny, tiny person who can walk through walls. In fact, no one really knows how she does it. Without using the windows or the door, sometimes Iris simply disappears. Many people call her “Iris the Invisible” but, is she really completely invisible?