Petit alep
Petit alep
Petit alep
Petit alep
Petit alep
Petit alep

Petit alep

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199,00 kr Regular price
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  • Sustainably produced on quality gallery paper
  • Giclee print with breathtaking colours
  • Free framing with purchase of frame

The art poster: "Petit alep" by artist Kiki Makes is an illustrated poster curated for Peléton. This work was inspired by a meal at Petit Alep, a hidden gem serving small plates and natural wine. The drawing features a bottke from Jura, Burgondy, and a plate of shrimp. This work was created digitally using minimal colour and line work.

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Kiki Makes

Kiki is an accomplished digital artist based in the vibrant city of Montréal, Canada. She has a passion for capturing the beauty of everyday life and is inspired by her surroundings. This often takes the form of colourful, simplistic scenes depicting objects such as wine bottles, tinned anchovies in olive oil, local flowers, and silverware found on dinner tables during meals shared with friends.
Photo credit Anna Saviolakis (@savcollective)


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