DENY Bird Wanna Whistle

Bird Wanna Whistle Rain Impression Fleece Throw Blanket


rain impression

Fleece Throw Blanket

by bird wanna whistle


Artist: bird wanna whistle

Art Title: rain impression

This DENY Sherpa Throw Blanket may be the softest blanket ever! And we're not being overly dramatic here. In addition to being incredibly snuggly with it's plush, silky smooth top side, and its fuzzy warm under side! And when you've used it so much that it's time for a wash, no big deal, as it's machine washable with no fading. Plus, it comes in two different sizes: 80x60 (big enough for two) and 60x50 (the fan favorite). With all of these great features, we've found the perfect throw blanket and an original gift!

- Ultra plush 100% polyester fleece, 365 gram weight, printed top side (natural color is white) with a textured, cream color under side

- Machine wash cold on gentle cycle. Tumble dry low. Do not bleach or iron.

- Custom made for every order

- Estimated Ship Date: 5 - 10 business days

Medium: 60" x 50" (152cm x 127cm)

Large: 80" x 60" (203cm x 152cm)

(Please note there is a 1"-2" tolerance on all printed textile products)

Get To Know The Artist You're Supporting

Bird Wanna Whistle

Denver, Colorado

There was a time when the most sublime experience Corinna Robbins could fathom was that wonderful moment of stepping out of an overly air-conditioned airport into the humid, smelly air and the dimly lit buzz of a third-world city. Something about that mix of confusion, nerves and excitement, well, that's the feeling of being alive! Time and a profusion of various other lucky circumstances, including community, family, and home have conspired to turn Corinna into a more grounded adult. With her Nikon in hand, Corinna likes to pretend she is still a traveler, experiencing the click of the shutter sends a little ripple of wakefulness up her spine, and her eyes search the details of her environment like never before. Corinna's photography practice encourages a mindfulness that the familiar patterns of the day-to-day can easily blur. So she shoots. Landscapes, people, stories. There's nothing Corinna loves more than the sense of capturing a fleeting moment and preserving it lovingly.