Kando Art is proudly Australian-owned and operated, producing all our products in Melbourne, Victoria. Launched in 2019 by the founder of an Australian printing company, we have over 30 years of experience. As a licensed distributor of beautiful wall art decals and home décor, we proudly feature beloved characters like Miffy, Thelwell’s Ponies, and Jane Davenport with more companions joining our line-up soon.
At Kando Art, our creations are designed to bring smiles to the faces of newcomers to these endearing characters as well as lifelong fans. Whilst also honoring the artists who created them, that is why all our characters are officially licensed.
Kando Art’s wall art decals are removable and reusable, making them the perfect gift or solution for anyone wanting to brighten up their space.
Jane Davenport is one of Australia’s most loved mixed media artists, famous for her beautiful faces and whimsical mermaids, her use of lush colours combined with her inky flowing style makes for stunning images, often creating live in front of an audience without a safety net, Jane’s motto is “Trust the mess”, you can see her fashion background in all of her work, starting out studying Fashion Illustration in Paris, which lead her to textile then fashion designing, Jane is also an accomplished photographer doing runway and fashion photography before moving on to photographing her love of ladybugs and producing books on the subject, Jane is an Artist, Teacher, Best Selling Author (5 x’s over) Art Supply creator and so much more.
miffy is Dick Bruna's best-known and most popular character, featuring in more than 30 books, far more than any other character he created. miffy appeals to children all over the world, instilling a sense of safety. Many children are able to identify with miffy and her adventures. She is uncomplicated and innocent, has a positive attitude, and is always open to new experiences.
Norman Thelwell is regarded as the unofficial artist of the British countryside. His recognisable cartoon fat ponies capture the hearts of equestrians and bring a smile to their faces. Thelwell published his first pony cartoon in 1953, and quite by accident, his name became synonymous with these kinds of images. "The response was instantaneous," he wrote in his autobiography. "Suddenly I had fan mail…I dreamed up some more horsey ideas and people went into raptures." The "Thelwell pony" soon became the most-often referenced source of horse humor the world over.