First Night Design | Burnished Tigers | Save the Tiger


‘A hundred years ago there were 100,000 tigers in the wild. Today there are as few as 3,200.’

Burnished Tigers © First Night Design
Burnished Tigers © First Night Design

Over wide streams and mountains great we went,
And, save when Bacchus kept his ivy tent,
Onward the tiger and the leopard pants,
With Asian elephants:
Onward these myriads–with song and dance,
With zebras striped, and sleek Arabians’ prance,
Web-footed alligators, crocodiles,
Bearing upon their scaly backs, in files,
Plump infant laughers mimicking the coil
Of seamen, and stout galley-rowers’ toil:
With toying oars and silken sails they glide,
Nor care for wind and tide.
John Keats — Song of the Indian Maid from Endymion

Artwork comprising a vintage image from The Graphics Fairy:

Vintage Tigers Printable -The   Graphics Fairy
Vintage Tigers Printable – The Graphics Fairy
One of my earlier designs:
Take care and keep laughing!

Sarah

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13 thoughts on “First Night Design | Burnished Tigers | Save the Tiger

    1. Thank you very much, Jill. While I’m concerned that you’re iced in, I love it that it’s given you time to visit other blogs, especially as I can see you liked a lot of pages. Thank you again!

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  1. This is beautiful; I love the warm colors and the design-I really like your work a lot and I look forward to seeing more-
    Thank you too for visiting Move the Chair-I appreciate you taking the time to look-

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  2. Good morning dear Sarah…and thank you so much for posting this, I have reflagged with the comment, that if we allow the demise of this magnificent animals, we don’t deserve to live on this planet! Hope you are enjoying a lovely week. Janet. x

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