“LOBO EM PELE DE CORDEIRO”
“Wolf in sheep’s clothing” is a popular expression used to identify a person who appears to have good intentions but is actually evil, perverse or dishonest.
The origin of the expression goes back to the New Testament, to a parable used by Jesus Christ to alert believers to falsehood, saying, “Beware of false prophets. They come disguised as sheep, but inside they are wolves. You will know them for what they do.“
“Wolves in sheep’s clothing” use false sympathy around people.
But our friendly Wolf only seeks to be accepted among the sheep …
Every product comes with a postcard (10 cm x 15 cm), which illustrates the portuguese expression and explains the meaning of it, both in portuguese and english. It can be framed.
Handmade in Portugal. Each product is unique.
100% acrylic and anti-pilling.
60 cm x 25 cm
All articles are handmade. Therefore, may present slight variations when compared to the ones on the pictures.