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Artwork details

Keep calm and chirp chirp on.

About the artist

Edith Pojum has a funny verbal tic which she’s carried along all the way from Bistrita to Cluj: “iui”.

“Iui” is when she lures tiny chickadees with bread crumbs by her window, or when she has a new idea of a new nickname for the lazy grumpy dog owned by the neighbor across the street.

Edith’s inspiration comes from lucid dreams, from children’s words and childhood memories, and she creates lovely illustrations (iui!).


by Edith Pojum

Illustrated gifts

Gifts for special someones

We’ve gathered in our gallery shop a perfectly mixed collection of artworks signed by 50 beloved illustrators. A curated selection of illustrated gifts for you, for him, for her, for their kid’s room, for the cat lady next door, for that colleague who loves dogs and shoes, even for that special friend of yours who-has-everything.

Caution • When browsing through our illustration gallery: there’s a great chance you might get lost in a magical world; and you might get addicted to it; inspiration might haunt you even days after; you might buy a gift so lovely, your favor could hardly be returned.

About the printing technique

Giclée fine art prints are high-fidelity reproductions of original artworks, produced on a professional ink-jet printer.

The 270g textured fine art paper we use offers a great archival stability, guaranteeing a durability that exceeds 100 years for prints framed behind glass and guarded from UV rays. The watercolor texture of the surface lends a certain characteristic to the print, revealing impressive details of the artwork.

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