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This print is of a watercolour and ink painting I made a couple f years ago with the intention of illustrating a book. This may or may not happen so I thought I would release it as a limited edition print. 


The story was about how the devil came to have white areas of fur (spoiler; the jasmine did it) In the background there is a pattern which is taken from microscope slides of DFTD (Devil facail tumor disease) . I find it interesting that something so tiny and distructive can be made to look like an unassuming pattern. 


What is DFTD?

Devil facial tumour disease (DFTD) is an aggressive non-viral, transmittable parasitic cancer that affects Tasmanian Devils. Small lesions or lumps, in and around the mouth, quickly develop into large tumours on the face and neck (and sometimes other parts of the body).

Devil and Clematis

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