Entoexplosia Art Print
£26.00 – £44.00
- Exquistite giclee print of butterflies and bugs in tropical flora.
- Spot the wondering beetles and leaping grasshoppers.
- Inspired by our Entomologist’s Garden Wallpaper and cushions.
- Create a trio with Peacock Maximalist and Jay’s Jungle Art Prints.
- 300 gsm paper.
- Subtle embossed signature seal.
- Print only.
- No frame
A4 (210 mm X 297 mm)
A3 (420 mm x 594 mm)
4-5 Working Days
Our prints are packaged with the utmost care. To ensure your print arrives flat and in perfect condition, we wrap in acid free tissue paper with recycled cardboard stiffeners, waterproof cello and a hardboard envelope.
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Each print is inspired by the unique hand drawn motifs from Claire Elsworth’s wallpaper designs. Drawing inspiration from intriguing concept stories about an imaginary Duchess called Violacea Macrobothrys and the romance and opulence of her beautiful old house:
Concept Story for Entoexplosia:
‘Every year a botanist would bring plant specimens collected from faraway lands for the tropical greenhouse. The Duchess Violacea Macrobothrys was rather taken with the dashing entomologist who accompanied the botanist’s visit to the house that spring and whilst they peered into glass display cases of butterflies, grasshoppers and beetles a spark flickered back and forth between them. Outside in the garden the peacock paused to admire his reflection in the window and saw the spark.’
‘Entoexplosia’ is biophillic design of leaping grasshoppers, fluttering butterfies and colourful wondering beetles exploding forth from tropical fauna, in a vintage inspired colour palette.