Hello and thank you for stopping by. I'm currently on annual leave and the shop is closed at the moment – please come back here in the second week of August.

All the best,
Aga Grandowicz

Today, on the World's Endangered Species Day, I’d like to introduce to you my newest wildlife children's book – ‘Remarkable Creatures: a guide to some of Ireland’s disappearing animals’. This illustrated book will...
May 21, 2021
Did you know that a pair of barn owls can eat as many as 3,000 rodents a year? Farmers love them but the farmer’s cats aren’t huge fans of the competition. This is one of the illustrations from my newest wildlife book that will be revealed...
May 15, 2021
If you’ve ever wondered what a flying lobster might look like, a thrift clearwing is probably as close as you’ll get. This dapper little creature looks like it’s dressed for a special occasion with black or bronze colouring that gives...
May 10, 2021
One day I think 'I should be drawing more', and the next day I'm landing my biggest commission ever – a large, 90m2, wildlife-related mural in Greystones' Park and Ride! How fabulous, especially because the weather has been...
September 20, 2020
Here's my wildlife drawing of a handsome Pinocchio frog, waiting to make your cute acquaintance! Discovered for the first time on the mountains in Papua, Indonesia, in 2008, this frog is truly charismatic. With the ability to inflate and enlarge...
August 25, 2020
Remember those fairy tales that had this one giant old magical, all-knowing tree whose trunk opened up a portal to an unknown dimension, sweeping you off the floor and taking you to an enchanted kingdom? Well, this tree reminds us of those same magical...
August 25, 2020
I'm just wondering – if you are in a bats school and you ask a bat a question, should they raise their hands up or down? ;) Very little is known about the elusive Bulmer’s Fruit Bat. Discovered by Sue Bulmer only in 1960 as c. 10,000...
August 24, 2020
About to charge at its prey, this fox is as ready as ever! Found across the entire Northern Hemisphere including most of North America, Europe and Asia plus parts of Northern Africa, these creatures have adapted well to human civilisation. With an...
August 19, 2020
Say hello to the world's largest bee! The females can grow up to 38mm, about as long as half of my middle finger (males are smaller – up to 23mm long – and do not have large jaws). You may call it scary – I call it easier to spot...
August 18, 2020
Is it a Finch?  Or is it a Robin? Turns out it's both! Who’s your favourite?  Well, pick one fast before they both take a long flight out of your sight. Flapping their wings, they're ready for take-off!   Wildlife art,...
August 17, 2020