desk mat

mushrooms sage  BY iveta abolina
85571-dskmat

DENY Iveta Abolina

Iveta Abolina Mushrooms Sage Desk Mat

85571-dskmat

$39.00

MSRP: $0.00


Deny Designs is for wholesale customers only.



Product Details

Description

Add style and comfort to your workspace with the all-new Deny Designs Desk Mat. The micro-weave polyester features a wrinkle-resistant surface for a smooth and quiet glide for your laser or optical mouse. Simply use a damp cloth to wipe away accidental spills. Measuring 31.5" x 15.5", the extended size fits both your favorite keyboard and mouse while protecting your desk. The rounded corners and anti-fray edge stitching add maximum durability for daily use. The non-slip rubber backing offers security and stability on any desk surface. And the best part? Every purchase pays the artist who designed it—supporting creativity worldwide.

Details & Product Specs

  • 31.5" x 15.5" (80 cm x 39.4 cm)
  • 0.19" thick (5 mm)
  • Rounded corners with anti-fray edge stitching
  • Non-slip rubber backing for added stability
  • Polyester surface for easy glide and quick cleanup
  • Wrinkle-resistant for a smooth glide
  • Supports optical and laser mice
  • Estimated ship date: 3-5 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

Wipe clean with a damp cloth, or spot clean with mild soap and water.

About the Artist

iveta abolina

Iveta Abolina started drawing in early childhood – tracing over pictures from books and magazines. This tedious task has given its fruits – Iveta's attention to detail is seen in every piece of work she has done. Painting classes during high school and a Design and Technology degree from Parsons School of Design improved Iveta's interest in design. Her style of illustration is characterized by the search for beauty and equilibrium in chaos. She attempts to capture a moment of her own imagination and finds ways to mix her hand drawn images and textures into a graphic alchemy. She likes to put elements in order and then disorder; to break them and fix them - and finally get a balanced composition. Within each piece she tries to create an intimate world that possesses its own ethos and its own emotional range.

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