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Spirit Flower Grid Print

Spirit Flower Grid Print

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A print featuring an arrangement of spirit flowers from each spirit, rendered in a semi-realistic style and displayed in general order of passing. Captioned "You've seen it a thousand times", a line from Hades in reference to Stella's past life as a nurse and caretaker.

Top to bottom, left to right:

Gwen (asphodel), Alice (peace lily), Summer (oxeye daisy), Giovanni (borage starflower), Astrid (mallow), Atul (white lily), Gustav (poppy), Bruce & Mickey (fennel), Elena (cypress), Stanley (fly agaric mushroom), and Buck (rue).

Sustainability & shipping

Royal Rabbit uses Printful for dropshipping, which means every order is printed on demand. We don't hold inventory, which helps reduce our impact on the environment. Because of this, shipping can take 2-7 days while your order is being printed and packaged special for you. Please check out our shipping policy for more details.

Direct to garment printing

Since Royal Rabbit uses DTG (direct to garment) to print designs, different designs will look slightly different depending on the color of the garment. For example, white or light colored designs may appear slightly faded on darker garments.

Item care

Machine wash cold, inside-out to protect design. Gentle cycle with mild detergent and similar color fabrics. Use non-chlorine bleach only when necessary, no fabric softeners. Tumble dry on low or hang dry to help extend item life. Cool iron inside-out if necessary. Do not dry clean.

Design copyright

© Katelyn Blankenship "Royal Rabbit Designs". Do not copy, steal, trace, or resell for any reason. Concepts based on video games are copyrighted to their creator as described in the item description.

While some of my design concepts are unique to me, I like to borrow inspiration from pop culture and specific games. I always research quotes and ideas to make sure I'm not accidentally monetizing from someone else's private creativity. Video game designs are only made with explicit permission from the game creators and I do not trace or take art directly from these games. I like to put my own creative twist when replicating concepts and characters from games.

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