Add an utterly unique, wildly original burst of inspiration to any room with this multilayered lasercut print made with 100% cotton acid-free paper and dutch superwax fabric.
Suitable for framing; 12" x 16".
Inspired by graphic design, architecture, textiles, and nature, San Francisco designer Molly McGrath's arresting, forward thinking work is informed by her days as a professional architect. She makes each piece in her Mission District studio using refined laser cutting skills she learned while a student at Berkeley.
"I just bought a laser cutter and went for it. My training in architecture was very much about details, connections and how materials come together. I use that in all the pieces I make."Molly McGrath, Molly M Designs
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