Digital print based off of a linoleum block artwork.
Named Epiphyllum Guatemalense ‘Monstrose’, this plant is a member of the Cactaceae family. Commonly known as ‘Orchid Cactus’ due to the blooms resembling orchid blossoms, this jungle cacti is native to Guatemala and will attach itself to a tree in order to live off of the composting debris collected from its nooks and crannies. Its flowers are very fragrant and usually open at night, but they are very picky about when to bloom as the plant needs to feel safely root bound before releasing its powerful scent.
This weekend, we will have our first round table! An online event that will investigate the intersections between artistic practices and biology.Th...
Discarded wooden pieces, urban interventions, detailed drawings of plants and endangered species: these are some of the characteristics of brazilia...