Several artists created concept art for Cat — the team synthesized their favorite qualities into the beloved version we see in the film.
Delve into the early drawings of Coraline’s furry companion with this 11X14 Giclée concept cat print art. Limited to just 300 numbered editions, each is printed on 100# Ultra Digital Uncoated Smooth paper, is shipped flat, and is complete with a Certificate of Authenticity.
Coraline Limited Edition Cat Concept Art Print
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