cutting board

neu tribal black  BY gneural
65510-cbdsqu

DENY Gneural

Gneural Neu Tribal Black Cutting Board Square

65510-cbdsqu

$35.00

MSRP: $0.00


Deny Designs is for wholesale customers only.



Product Details

Description

A must-have kitchen accessory—any way you slice it. The Deny cutting board is made from light natural birch wood that won't look too heavy when integrated into your kitchen decor. Available in array of curated designs, the display side is printed with a semi-gloss coat that will pop when displayed on your counter or hung on the wall through the 1" handle. The prep side is a matte natural birch woodgrain that can be easily washed with a non-abrasive cloth. Available in three different shapes; round, square or rectangle. And the best part? Every purchase pays the artist who designed it—supporting creativity worldwide.

Details & Product Specs

  • 11.5" L x 11.5" W x 1/2" H
  • Natural Birch wood
  • Natural, wood grain prep side
  • Semi-gloss printed art side (art side not to be used for prep)
  • 1" hole for handling and storage/ hanging
  • Estimated ship date: 5 business days
  • Every order custom printed in the USA

Warranty

Wholesale orders are not eligible for returns or exchanges unless the product is deemed defective.

Care

Do not wash in dishwasher, rinse and wipe clean and set upright to dry

About the Artist

gneural

Debbie Clapper is an artist and designer residing in Boulder, Colorado. She was born (1980) and raised in Rocky River, Ohio, but has called Colorado her home since 1998. Debbie is known for her steady freehand artwork, created without the aid of a ruler, straight edge, or any other sort of measuring tool. Drawing nearly every day since the age of 9, Debbie has mastered the art of getting her abstract visions from her brain, to her hand, to the paper (or whatever medium she is creating on), with as little in between stages as possible. Her techniques range from hand drawn originals to paintings, to printmaking to digital artwork with the goal of breaking out of the need for perceived perfection in order to give way to the beauty that is found in realistic designs. Analog. Digital. In Debbie's mind, there are no limitations.

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