Red Bun #27 – Gerrie


GERRIE (Red Bun #27) – Hand-cut, reproduction magnet by Ljubica (Luba) Todorovic.

Gerrie is a bun who loves to talk. He talks a lot and he talks about everything and he just keeps on talking and you keep on listening! Somewhere in all that talk, you agreed to give him a bag of carrots. Its just business!

Medium: Photo print bonded to matboard with magnet attached
Year: 2018 | Size: 1 5/8″ x 2″ x 1/8″ | Edition: Open edition
Notes: Varnished with Satin brush-on coating

Magnet ships with Canada Post Expedited Parcel (within Canada), or Canada Post Tracked Packet (USA & International). Insurance and tracking will be provided after payment is received.

All artwork is copyright to artwork creator, Ljubica Todorovic. Copyright & reproduction rights are not transferable to purchaser unless explicitly contracted and signed. By purchasing this original artwork, you agree that you are only purchasing the physical artwork and not the right to copy or reproduce the artwork for commercial purposes.

Availability: 4 in stock (can be backordered)

SKU: Gerrie-27 Category: Tags: , , , ,

I make magnets in-house using my Epson 9900 printer. The art is created in gouache paint, scanned, color corrected and then printed on sheets of Epson Lustre photo paper. Since they are shaped, I have to cut them out by hand and then glue them onto 4-ply matboard using archival bookbinding adhesive. After drying, I cut them all out by hand again (using scissors) and sand the edges as best as possible. Re-gluing is sometimes necessary, so I inspect each one and re-glue if needed. A self-adhesive magnet is stuck to the back, and viola – a magnet is born!

Please note that these magnets only hold 1 or 2 sheets of paper to a fridge, or a single postcard. They are meant for decorative use only and cannot hold stacks of paper onto your fridge.

Weight 5 g
Dimensions 4 × 6 × 2 in


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