Danielle Kroll, Elephants Forget
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Danielle Kroll, Elephants Forget

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Est. Arrival: Jun 30 - Jul 08
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ARTIST Danielle Kroll
DIMENSIONS 16" x 14"
FINISH white
MADE OF print on fine-art paper/1" mat
SKU 76926756
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL Jun 30 - Jul 08
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Danielle Kroll is a Brooklyn-based artist and designer. After graduating from Tyler School of Art and working in Anthropologie’s art department in Philadelphia, Kroll now works for herself on a variety of projects from illustration to textiles to design. Kroll’s whimsical style aims to inspire curiosity and to make your day just a little bit brighter. She is mostly inspired by her childhood, the weird and wacky, and vintage treasures.
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A whimsical print from artist and designer Danielle Kroll. This piece arrives beautifully framed in white molding with a 1-inch white mat, ready to hang.

About the Brand
Danielle Kroll is a Brooklyn-based artist and designer. After graduating from Tyler School of Art and working in Anthropologie’s art department in Philadelphia, Kroll now works for herself on a variety of projects from illustration to textiles to design. Kroll’s whimsical style aims to inspire curiosity and to make your day just a little bit brighter. She is mostly inspired by her childhood, the weird and wacky, and vintage treasures.
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