Chicken Art prints, canvas & stuffies

Meanwhile I’m considered an established poultry illustrator and my work is sought after by many. Since illustrating is not my core business and I lack the skills to create slick online buying possibilities, I opt for the less sophisticated way…

There are two ways to obtain my artwork.

1. My shop at
This is a shop I have for several years and I add new designs on a regular basis for years now. Pixels first provided only in canvas and paper prints, the last few years they added ‘stuffies’ too, like mugs, bags, duvets, pillow cases and other things that can be chickenfied. See for yourself. They are not super cheap, quality is paramount and customerservice functions very good. Print orders are shipped throughout the world and they have everywhere production facilities contracted so travel times of the goods are limited.
Here is my pixels international art store:

A few of the chicken paintings I’ve made you find below.
Unfortunately, they are not all available at my pixels shop, due to image theft I’ve deleted all the Chabo/Japanese bantam paintings. If you are interested in a giclée print or canvas of one of the below paintings, please contact me directly, I make one especially for you after personal contact.

And a few more…

2. Ordering Giclées directly from me
I have a giclée printer here nearby who prints museum/gallery quality giclées on canvas, paper and stuffies. Since I order per giclée, special wishes are possible. The downside is that the giclées only can be sent to: Holland, Germany, Belgium, Austria and the UK. If you are in one of these countries, please contact me here or via facebook for your wishes. A dedication on the frontside of the giclée is possible. The giclées are gallery quality and the prices are not too high.
A custom giclée starts at 50 euros including postage. A frame is possible too, but the canvases are painted ‘around the corner’ so only the canvas itself is trendy and neat in finishing.
The photo below is a giclée print 120 x 80 cm of the Chabo mosh pit above my desk. The Japanese bantams/Chabos are larger than life, to indicate the level of detail.

A photo of the Chabo (Japanese bantam) Mosh Pit by ©Sigrid van Dort. If you share my artwork, be fair and credit me as the creator.

For information about custom giclées from my artwork, send me an email.
If you are elsewhere of the mentioned countries in Europe you can order from my pixels shop which ships international and is of very good quality. If you want one of the Chabo/Japanese bantam paintings and you are outside Europe, please contact me.