Mural with Far Eastern portrait
The Kitsune Mural from IXXI shows a portrait of a woman from a Far Eastern culture holding a traditional mask in her hand. Enriched with delicate pink, but also turquoise and black tones, this graceful motif transforms any white wall into a work of art. It was created by the renowned artist Sasha Ignatiadou.
Like all wall pictures from IXXI , this one also consists of individual, square cards, which can be put together to form any desired overall picture and provide an eye-catcher in the living room, hallway and co.
Wall mounting without drilling and different sizes
The special thing about IXXI murals is the simple wall mounting, for which no drill, hammer or nail is necessary. The individual cards are connected by small, X-shaped connectors and then hung up with power strips.
So the cards of the Kitsune mural can be replaced or supplemented according to taste. They are also made of a water-repellent, tear-resistant and UV-resistant material.
The Kitsune Wall picture from IXXI is available in different sizes.