Taken from three of Aesop's fables which touch upon the topic of charade: the "Fox and the Mask", the "Vain Crow", and "In the Lion's Skin". The patterns seek to imagine and capture something of the character of each animal as it unfolds in the events of the fables.
the fox and the mask print
A gallery of fox portrait and profile linked by braided foliage and medallions inspired by Pompeiian theater...in which a fair face does not mean a fair heart.
the vain crow print
A crow disdains his usual company and decks himself in the feathers of the beautiful peacock.