The Luminol Circus Illustration

And the circus arrives in the country of S., on the only day that is not celebrated, which is July 31 and a half, the holiday of travelers lost and never found.
No celebration, because every 31st and a half July the village reminds us of the depopulation of the sweet hills and has really nothing to celebrate.

Do you want to read a story about them that’s really incredible? HERE

  • This is a OOAK.
  • Black pen on heavy Italian handmade paper (300 gr.)
  • Size: 29,5x30,5 cm (11,6"X12”)
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With your artwork or scarf, you will receive a paper certificate proving the authenticity of the artwork/foulard.
Whether it is a limited edition print or a limited edition scarf, you will receive the exact numbering.
Details of the year in which the artwork/scarf was made, the material used, the size, title, date and signature will complete the certificate.
My signature will attest to the authenticity of the product.

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Story

And the circus arrives in the country of S., on the only day that is not celebrated, which is July 31 and a half, the holiday of travelers lost and never found.
No celebration, because every 31st and a half July the village reminds us of the depopulation of the sweet hills and has really nothing to celebrate.
But the habit of smiling and being optimistic cannot give up even for one day. And here comes the reinforcements in the country of S.: the phantasmagorical circus Luminol!
Snail tameers, dragonfly charmers, acrobats on fish bones, clowns with ducks in their pockets, contortionists with rose branches in their hands, dancers dancing with rainbow snakes, prestidigitators with smoking hats, jugglers bouncing butterflies and moths.
Ah, Ladies and gentleman, you really should be here on the 31st and a half of July. Nothing to celebrate, but many enchantments to admire!

Do you want to read a story about them that’s really incredible? HERE

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