A tree never dies alone, Arbor Day (Parrot)

A tree never dies alone.

Inhotim is a Contemporary Art Museum and Botanical Garden. These posters were created for the Arbor Day (in Brazil, September 21st).

Advertising Agency: Filadélfia, Belo Horizonte, Brazil
Released: September 2011

"Long Legged Pets, Parrot" Print Ad for Lady Fozaza

High Shoulders

Advertising Agency: Livingroom Communication, UAE, Dubai
Illustrator: Jana Jelovac
Released: February 2012

Denslow's Animal Fair (1904)

"Denslow's Animal Fair" written and illustrated by W. W. Denslow, New York: G. W. Dillingham Co., 1904.

William Wallace Denslow (May 25, 1856 – May 27, 1915) – usually credited as W. W. Denslow – was an American illustrator and caricaturist remembered for his work in collaboration with author L. Frank Baum, especially his illustrations of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. Denslow was an editorial cartoonist with a strong interest in politics, which has fueled political interpretations of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz.

Where to read the whole book: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00085949/00001/1j

Book cover (1904)

Parrot Trade Card for Bon Ami Cleanser

Bon Ami, French for "Good Friend", is a brand of household cleaner products sold by the Faultless Starch/Bon Ami Company of Kansas City, Missouri, USA. The product's slogan is "Hasn't Scratched Yet!" referring to the fact that it does not scratch surfaces. The Bon Ami mascot, a chick emerging from an egg, is a play on the slogan (the newly-hatched chick hasn't scratched the ground for worms and insects).

Trade card, 1896

Parrot Family paper dolls

The Parrot-family is the newest papertoy by 3Eyedbear. It's a Do-It-Yourself toy.

Dimensions when built: Height 10 cm, Width 6,5 cm, Depth 8,5 cm, Junior about half this size.

Parrot Head "Rubio" by Bernard Reynolds

Artist: Bernard Reynolds

Location: Sculpture green on top of Castle Mall, Norwich (UK)

Description: The sculpture develops the parrot's skull with its characteristic beak into a more abstract and menacing mask.

Description (iconographical): The sculpture was commissioned for the newly created Sculpture Garden above Castle Mall Shopping Centre by the Norfolk Contemporary Art Society in consultation with the garden's designer Georgina Livingston after it was decided that a commission to Peter Logan would be too easy to vandalise. Bernard Reynolds developed the sculpture from an earlier smaller series of Parrot Head sculptures. These were based on Reynolds's drawing of c. 1952 after the skull of Rubio - a macaw which belonged to Cedric Morris. The earliest of these from 1958 was in stone followed by a series in bronzes of 1971 one of which is in the collection of the Castle Museum. Sir Cedric Morris (1889-1892) moved to Suffolk in 1929 and established the East Anglian School of Painting and Drawing at nearby Dedham in Essex. A bronze bust of Cedric Morris by Bernard Reynolds from 1973 is Inv 1995.95.1:F in store at Norwich Castle Museum

Installed: 1994

Inscriptions: On plaque on plinth: Parrot head 'RUBIO'/By Bernard Reynolds/Presented by the Norfolk/Contemporary Art Society