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Inspired by the work of John James Audubon, Charles Darwin and early botanical artists such as Pierre-Joseph Redoute and Charles Linnaeus, Morpho insect studies rely upon a simplicity of representation afforded by either the white or black canvas as the surface for each specimen. This formal and deliberate simplicity allows for a thorough examination of each insect as both object of a scientific study and naturally occurring sculptural form.

Great care is made to ensure the colour of each specimen is accurately and realistically rendered, except for the wing details which retain subtle creative embellishments.

All prints are made using archival pigment inks with acid free photo rag paper.

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