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Picatso Cat Lady Luxury Enamel Pin

Picatso Cat Lady Luxury Enamel Pin

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This pin is a super luxury version of Niaski´s beautiful enamel pins, at twice the size of the regular pins and with rich gold highlights

  • Inspired by Pablo Picasso (1881-1973)
  • Pin made from copper and featuring gold embellishments
  • Enamelled finish
  • Black rubberised clasp at the back
  • Approximately 55x30mm
  • Comes with full colour backing card
  • Finished size 125x87mm

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About the artist

Nia Gould

Nia started designing professionally in 2001 and graduated with a first-class degree in Graphic Design in 2008 from Falmouth, a university renowned worldwide for art, design and media. Her other great love in life is cats. There have been five cats in her life who have been a big part of the inspiration behind Niaski - Sampson, Salvador, Socket, Frida and Pablo. You’ll find that they have made their way into a lot of her work. She creates everything from greetings cards, prints, tote bags, enamel pins and cushions, as well as custom designs and prints for cat owners who want unique illustrations of their furry friends. Nia's most popular design series combines her two passions – a set of observational prints inspired by her cats, posing as some of the world’s most loved artists. To date her work has been displayed in a number gallery exhibitions, and stockists include design boutiques and gallery shops across the UK and all over the world.

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Linda Herd
Good service

A lovely selection of goods and speedy delivery.

John Morrow
A little New Years gift for one of the front of house staff at my local cafe

The young lady who attends to the orders at my local cafe is a gem. The coffee made by the baristas is sometimes a bit and miss but her friendliness and presence always makes you look forward to returning. I noticed one day she was wearing a cat themed yin and yang sweater. So I figured she liked cats and thought Picatso Cat Lady would be a nice way to acknowledge her good work. I'm pleased to say she liked it, particularly as she told me she is quite an arty person.