Black Market / Lowbrow Art Company

Unicorn by Skinderella Canvas Giclee Art Print Colorful Pony



  • Unicorn by artist Skinderella.
  • Featuring a colorful fantasy pony unicorn tattoo art design.
  • Giclee fine art reproductions on canvas.
  • A Canvas Giclee is a gallery wrapped canvas print that comes on a 1.25" stretcher bar and is ready to hang.
  • These gallery-quality reproductions are made by the most technologically advanced ink-jet printers available today, which are able to generate over 16.7 million different colors. They are printed on museum-grade poly-cotton canvas with a bright white point and high gloss. This allows for vivid rich color and subtle details. Each canvas is individually hand-stretched around finger-jointed kiln-dried pine for maximum stability and durability.
  • BLA1449

Measurements in inches
A: 10.73" x 13.35"
B: 13.60" x 16.92"
C: 19.50" x 24.26"
D: 23.80" x 29.61"
E: 27.55" x 34.28"

Note: Sizes D and E are only available for shipping in the USA.

All Canvas art is made to order right here in the USA! Art orders ship in 7-10 business days.

Inspired by all styles of tattoo art and her love of all things bright and colorful, Skinderella creatively combines pop surrealism with an edgy lowbrow twist.
Skinderella grew up in Huntington Beach California, never truly knowing what she wanted to be, but she did know that she wanted to try EVERYTHING.. She painted her first canvas at 9 years old, and from that day forward, she doodled her way through school, college, and every boring business meeting she was ever forced to sit through. And she did try everything... From rodeo riding to go-cart racing, selling cars to becoming a paralegal and eventually owning and operating several of her own businesses and inventing the world famous dog treat, the "Yippee Stick". In 2009 Skinderella was given a "blessing in disguise" and as a result, lost literally everything she owned, but inherited a case full of tattoo equipment, and plenty of friends willing to pay for a tattoo by her. So she began tattooing as a way to get back on her feet. However, her creative bone consistently pushed her to keep searching for that one thing that truly completed her. Enter Keeley Jewell, her daughter.. Keeley was born in 2013 and things haven't been the same since. She is seeing the world through much brighter eyes, and it is greatly reflected in the colors she likes to draw, paint, and tattoo with. Like most Moms, she wanted to stay home with her daughter full time but still have money to spend on her, so she decided to FINALLY sell her art in hopes that all the people that said they would buy it, would...and guess what, they did. And the rest of this story has yet to be written, but it's definitely going to have a happy ending!

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