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Thylacine Ornament featuring the digital art Thylacine by Daniel Eskridge

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Thylacine Ornament

Daniel Eskridge

by Daniel Eskridge



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Product Details

Our wooden holiday ornaments are 1/2" thick, approximately 4" tall, and include a string for easy hanging and a magnet on the back for use on refrigerators.   Ornaments are available in six different shapes, including: stars, hearts, bells, trees, ovals, and stockings.

Design Details

Thylacine... more

Care Instructions

Gently clean with a damp cloth.

Ships Within

1 - 2 business days

Additional Products

Thylacine Digital Art by Daniel Eskridge

Digital Art

Thylacine Canvas Print

Canvas Print

Thylacine Framed Print

Framed Print

Thylacine Art Print

Art Print

Thylacine Poster


Thylacine Metal Print

Metal Print

Thylacine Acrylic Print

Acrylic Print

Thylacine Wood Print

Wood Print

Thylacine Greeting Card

Greeting Card

Thylacine iPhone Case

iPhone Case

Thylacine Throw Pillow

Throw Pillow

Thylacine Duvet Cover

Duvet Cover

Thylacine Shower Curtain

Shower Curtain

Thylacine Tote Bag

Tote Bag

Thylacine Round Beach Towel

Round Beach Towel

Thylacine Carry-all Pouch

Carry-all Pouch

Thylacine Beach Towel

Beach Towel

Thylacine Weekender Tote Bag

Weekender Tote Bag

Thylacine Portable Battery Charger

Portable Battery Charger

Thylacine Bath Towel

Bath Towel

Thylacine T-Shirt


Thylacine Coffee Mug

Coffee Mug

Thylacine Yoga Mat

Yoga Mat

Thylacine Spiral Notebook

Spiral Notebook

Thylacine Fleece Blanket

Fleece Blanket

Thylacine Tapestry


Thylacine Face Mask

Face Mask

Thylacine Jigsaw Puzzle

Jigsaw Puzzle

Thylacine Sticker


Thylacine Ornament


Ornament Tags

ornaments wolves animal tiger wolf thylacine tasmanian tiger tasmanian wolf extinct paleoart tasmanian endangered fauna australia new guinea marsupial

Digital Art Tags

digital art wolves animal tiger wolf thylacine tasmanian tiger tasmanian wolf extinct paleoart tasmanian endangered fauna australia new guinea marsupial

Comments (5)

Daniel Eskridge

Daniel Eskridge

Thanks for the feature, Mariola!

Reynold Jay

Reynold Jay

Love your gallery with all these colorful works of art. FAVORITE!

Daniel Eskridge replied:

Thanks, Reynold!

Swedish Attitude Design

Swedish Attitude Design

🌷 Amazing! L/F 🌷

Daniel Eskridge replied:


Donna Blackhall

Donna Blackhall

Beautiful work Daniel f/l

Daniel Eskridge replied:

Thanks, Donna!

Pennie McCracken

Pennie McCracken

Awesome creation of Thylacine Daniel, beautiful artwork. Loved the detailed description too! l.f.twt

Daniel Eskridge replied:

Thanks, Pennie!

Artist's Description

Thylacine The sun rises casting morning light on an animal that (probably) no longer exists. It looks a bit like a brown furred dog or wolf, but it has dark, tiger-like stripes on its hindquarters and a thick stiff tail. This is a thylacine also known as a Tasmanian tiger or wolf. Thylacines were once native to Tasmania, New Guinea, and Australia. They are considered to be extinct as the last known one died in 1936; however there have been purported sightings in the wild as recently as 2008. It is likely that competition from dingoes (introduced by settlers) was a major contributor to their decline. Though they look like dogs, they were marsupials, and were much more closely related to Tasmanian devils and kangaroos. Their canine-like appearance is a product of convergent evolution. Though they could not run very fast, they could apparently hop a bit like a kangaroo. This is my first image to feature a thylacine. I wanted to go for just a simple image that showed off the ani...

About Daniel Eskridge

Daniel Eskridge

I am a forty-something living in the Metro-Atlanta area -- one of the few people who was actually born and raised here. I'm married and have two sons and a daughter. By day, I am a senior software engineer. But, by night I am a 3D render artist. I have dual degrees from the University of Georgia, one in Computer Science, the other in Fine Art. So, it seems only natural that I attempt to combine the two by producing art using a computer. Plus, I find that it's a bit more practical than painting as it doesn't require all of the clean up, harsh chemicals, or expensive supplies. In fact, I have been a render artist since some of the first ray-tracing programs were made publicly available in the mid 80's. To follow me on facebook CLICK...