Reluctant Queen Loda


Ok, so there isn't really a "Queen Loda" in existence other than on Facebook. But the figure on the left just looked the part. A queen of sorts reluctant to take part in the  the excited treats of the squirrel behind her.

Normally we hear of queens being relunctant to be bethroth to a kings they never met prior. But, interestingly in one case it is the parents that are reluctant:

"In 1946, Philip asked King George VI for his daughter’s hand in marriage. The king agreed on one condition – that the formal announcement of the engagement was delayed until Elizabeth turned 21 the following April. According to reports, both the king and his wife Queen Elizabeth were reluctant to approve the marriage out of fear that their daughter was “too young”." Source:

*Note: as this is a collaborative product, each finished piece will look unique and different depending on the plastic sent by the customer.



Dimensions: 13.5" x 15.5" x 2.5" (framed)
Weight: 1.5lbs/.6kg (approx.)
Materials: These LDPE (Low Density Polyethylene) abstract shapes were cut from a sheet of melted everyday plastic bags. There are approximately 60-70 bags incorporated.
Finish: Each shape is stud mounted onto a painted backdrop. Framing is pine painted brilliant white in acrylic.

Buyers are Collaborators

If you purchase this design we will send a pre-paid package to you which you can fill with plastic bags. Once we receive your box of plastic we will use your plastic bags in the creation of the final product.

Limited Edition

Total in Edition: 23

We have put a limit on the number of copies of this design to strengthen the value of each finished piece. Although the form is consistent, the colour and texture will vary with each copy sold. As such, each "copy" becomes an original.