The Cephalotus Follicularis piece is one of the best sellers in the shop! I love that little green pitcher in the middle. Like the Darlingtonia Californica illustration, this was originally published in 1871 in the botanical magazine L’illustration Horticole.
My friend and fellow blogger Natch Greyes kindly showed off his framed prints from me in a recent post. They look great with a thin black frame and a white mat! I’ve also sold quite a few mugs with this design. It just wraps so nicely around a mug that I had to get one for myself! If you follow me on Instagram, you may have seen the rare selfie below.
To be honest, I have been sick for the past month with an awful cough. My go-to caffeine source (black coffee from the French press) has been too harsh for my throat, so I’ve developed a new appreciation for tea (with lemon and honey, of course). I’ve been drinking at least five cups of tea per day, and have gone through a lot of cups! But the one I keep making sure to wash and reuse over and over again is my Cephalotus mug. I just love that thing!
Can’t resist the awesomeness of the mug? Click here to get yours!
And of course, we have lovely tote bags and throw pillows adorned with the cephalotus as well! I chose a bright, minty green color for the background of these and think they pop really nicely!
My newest design is in the works and will be hitting the shop soon! Enter your email below to find out first! (Hint: the genus has not yet been available in the shop!)