04.06.13 by Staff

“Calligraphy Blanket” by Drury Brennan

Calligraphy Blanket by Drury Brennan
Loving this Calligraphy Blanket designed by Drury Brennan. It reads: “In life, it is essential to be comfortable. To snuggle up with a puppy or loved one is a rare occurrence in an increasingly cold world. Get warm, stay warm – Open yourself up to true moments of joy.”

Isn’t that beautiful? See more images below!

Calligraphy Blanket by Drury Brennan

Calligraphy Blanket by Drury Brennan

Calligraphy Blanket by Drury Brennan

Calligraphy Blanket by Drury Brennan

Calligraphy Blanket by Drury Brennan

Calligraphy Blanket by Drury Brennan

Calligraphy Blanket by Drury Brennan

Calligraphy Blanket by Drury Brennan

the calligraphy blanket

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  • Nadeen

    Your work is so amazing can i please have something I LOVE IT SO MUCHHH ahhh such amazing artwork





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