Mambo For Cats - Jim Flora Wallpaper Tiles
A fun-filled music pattern with cats, congas and tons of rhythm! Flora worked at Columbia Records from 1942 to 1950, illustrating ads, promo pieces and album covers. He went freelance in 1951 (after a year-long Mexican sojourn) and began illustrating cartoonish LP covers for RCA Victor in 1954. Flora’s renowned Mambo for Cats cover appeared in 1955. The bold color combination and Picasso-like cats work like visual choreography in this striking example of Flora's "rhythmic design," the counterpart to the music in the LP grooves.
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- Wall Tiles are print to order items. Due to frequent printer calibrations, please expect possible color variation between orders.
Comes with two 50” x 25” sheets.
Please allow 5-7 business days or less to ship this item.
Wallpaper Tiles are a fun and carefree way to decorate any space!
- 100% removable, reusable and re-positionable.
- Can be cut and collaged to fit any space. Great for renters!