19.7" x 27.6"
Signed and numbered edition, e.g:
Edition of 25

$ 175

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About the artwork

Each day about 140 lovebirds (agapornis fischeri) will learn how to fly

The different species of these birds have beautiful names: peach-faced, black-masked, grey-headed, yellow-collared, creamino… I chose fischer’s lovebird because population counts were available and because it’s pretty.

Source: IUCN Redlist 2020, (took the midpoint of population estimates)

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About Mona Chalabi

“The ultimate goal is to make information accessible in as joyous a way as possible”

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