Accent your home with The Last Unicorn Throw Pillows! Made of 100% grade A cotton, this soft pillow looks great in a bedroom! It is also the perfect complement to your couch, this pillow will make you the envy of the neighborhood. It is also perfect for anyone who loves a cool touch to their world, as well as horse or fantasy lovers!
- Size 13"x21" (lumbar).
- 100% grade A woven cotton.
- Fabric is made from natural fibers, which may result in irregularities
- Made in the USA.
- Hidden zipper enclosure; synthetic-filled insert included.
- Machine washable
- NOTE: The image is printed on both sides of the pillow.
The quote with in the poster is derived straight out of the IDW comic The Last Unicorn. The Comic adaptation is by Peter B. Gillis and art by Renae De Liz. Please note that DragonroseWorks does not claim any rights to the quote, but only the art work on the poster.
This is a design influenced by The Last Unicorn, and is a print with a floral border accompanied by a quote from the previously mentioned authors and comic book.
The Unicorn is the main character with in the story. She sets off on a quest to find out why she is the last unicorn on earth. She comes across two traveling companions, Molly Grue and Schemdrick the Magician. The quote, "The unicorn lived in a lilac wood, and she lived all alone. She was very old, though she did not know it, and she was no longer the careless color of sea foam, but rather the color of snow falling on a moonlit night. But her eyes were still clear and unwearied, and she still moved like a shadow on the sea. Unicorns are immortal, and it is their nature to live alone in one place-usually a forest with a clear pool that will tell them that they are the most beautiful creatures in all the world-and magic, too. They are a little vain, because all of that is true. She wandered all day among the great beech trees, keeping watch over the animals that lived in the ground and under bushes-in nests and caves, earths and treetops. They hunted and loved and had children and died, and as the unicorn did none of these things, she never grew tired of watching them." is a powerful quote that sets the story at the very beginning. It captures the Unicorn's nature and beauty, but also captures her as a character with a set personality of innocence and purity. While the quote is a mouthful, it also shows that the unicorn is comfortable with in her home and even enjoys her duty to protecting the forest. She is a blanket of security as well as the forest is for her.
Molly Grue is one of few companions who join the last unicorn on earth to help find out why this unicorn is the last, and what happened to the others like her. Molly is a strong female figure with in the story, and always has something to say. The quote "What have you done, Schemdrick? What have you done?" is one of the strongest quotes she says with in the story. It is a pivotal quote in that it expresses her utter mixture of emotions when the unicorn is turned into a beautiful young woman, by the magician Schemdrick, in order to save her life from the Red Bull of King Haggard. Molly is over come with horror that the unicorn, a immortal creature of purity, is now turned into a mortal girl. Molly is also relieved that the unicorn is now safe, but what happens now that the unicorn is made human? Molly can only watch over her and help them on their quest before its too late for the unicorn.
The Red Bull is one of two antagonists within the story, The Last Unicorn. The Red Bull is also known as the Bull if King Haggard. The quote, "they passed down all the roads long ago... and the Red Bull ran close behind them." is one of the most familiar associated with the bull. It means, that he was responsible for the unicorns disappearance, and drove them to King Haggard and into the sea near his castle. It also symbolizes how terrifying the Red Bull was to all unicorns. The last of the unicorns will now face the Red Bull, but what will happen to her? Will she set the others free? Or be driven into the sea as well?