René Windig Double Headed Bird
Windigs bird displays a similar warm-heartedness. Different from the most common double-headed bird, the eagle, a symbol of the Empire, this bird is not representing power, but rather the opposite, namely warmth, lover and closeness, though one of the heads still keeps a cool head. Windig is a prize-winning well-known Dutch cartoonist and designer who received international recognition early on for his drawings that are characterised by bright colours and strong lines. His cartoons are playful and absurd. Together with his artist friend, he has created parodies of classic comic figures including Donald Duck.
This multi-coloured double-headed fantasy bird is a three-dimensional execution of a figure cartoon by René Windig (*1950).
Details: 12 cm height
made of resin
created by Parastone workshop, The Netherlands