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Baby Dragons

Lian Cho is the author and illustrator of many goofy books for kids.

This piece features the dragons she illustrated for the book she illustrated written by David LaRochelle 100 Mighty Dragons All Named Broccoli.

Printed by Land Gallery in Portland, Oregon using an 11-color high definition ink process on an enhanced matte archival paper.

Ships rolled in a cellophane sleeve and tube.

Size: 19" x 24"

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Lian Cho is the author and illustrator of many goofy books for kids. She was born in Taiwan and spent her childhood in New Zealand. Lian now works out of her Brooklyn studio where she spends her days covered in paints and drinking too much tea. In her spare time she likes to make funny comics for her newsletter.

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