After almost a year in our “new” place, we’ve finally gotten around to doing Roman’s room. The first piece of art that we added was this adorable print from Lisa Revelli, a local artist who also happens to be vegan. It features more than two dozen critters and creatures along with a beautiful reminder to love all life.
The print is available through Minted.com and can be purchased with or without a frame. We took the lazy approach and let them frame if for us. When we decorated Roman’s nursery in our previous apartment, we had decided on a navy/gray/white color scheme, which we really liked. So we decided to stick with that here as well and chose the “distressed indigo stain” frame. It arrived ready-to-hang and looks great.
Roman was over the moon about this piece from the moment I pulled it out of the box. He immediately began pointing to all the animals he recognized and asking for the names of ones he couldn’t place. It’s been hanging in his room for more than two months and he still loves to point out and name all the different beings. (A fun coincidence: Lisa Revelli also penned the design for the shirt we bought Roman on our trip to Woodstock Farm Animal Sanctuary last fall.)
We truly love this print*. The sweetly-drawn animals make it a wonderful addition to a nursery or child’s room, and its positive message of compassion is one that I think all of us, vegan or not, can feel good about sharing with our children.
*Please note that this is not a sponsored post. We were not compensated or solicited in any way and simply wanted to share this great find with you. The photo at the top of this post is from Minted.com.