20.9 x 17.3 x 24.8 inch (H*L*W) 21.8 lbs
63 x 44 x 53 cm (H*L*W) 9.9 kgs
Contemporary Pop Art, Fashion
The Hip Dog and Hip Rabbit are inspired by Gillie and Marc’s Lost Dog and Lost Rabbit collection, which received a cult following and can be found all over the world. Their Lost Animals, as they came to be known, represent the times that everyone has felt lost. Gillie and Marc’s Lost Animals give people hope, and the understanding that being lost is a normal human feeling. Now, the artists are expressing these same emotions again, with the triumphing Hip Dog and Hip Rabbit. These captivating fibreglass sculptures feature Dogman and Rabbitwoman sitting in the iconic position, with arms crossed and rested on bent knees. The characters are beautifully dressed in trendy fashionable clothing, looking and feeling their best. These sculptures connote the feeling of finding oneself, of those enlightening moments when we pick ourselves up and take on the world with a new attitude and strength! The Hip Dog and Hip Rabbit are brilliant statement pieces, which bring vibrancy and inspiration into the home. Available in black, red or white, they attractively suit any décor, and remind viewers of the times they felt incredible!
Available in a few select colors. Please enquire to see what is in stock.
For the most part, fiberglass sculptures are the same as resin sculptures.
A resin sculpture is a work of art cast with the material fiberglass, a material that is perfect for making beautiful sculptures. Not only is it very light, but it is also incredibly durable and malleable making it the perfect material to mould into whatever intricate shape you like while knowing it will last for a very long time.
When creating beautiful sculptures in fiberglass and resin, Gillie and Marc like to have a bit of fun. Sometimes works are crafted in one bold color, sometimes they are splashed with many colors.
For every purchase of a fiberglass sculpture you will receive a certificate of authenticity, titled, signed, dated and editioned by the artists.
Fiberglass sculptures are best kept indoors or under cover away from direct sunlight. They will require periodical maintenance. We recommend not placing your fiberglass sculpture outside however, if you choose to do so, please be aware that wear and tear will occur. The following information will help you understand how to care for your sculpture. > Read more
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