I realize “new vintage” is an oxymoron, but I really do have new prints in my shop! And they happen to be of the vintage botanical sort. In my paradoxical universe, “new vintage” totally works. And whether you are Team Nepenthes or Team Sarracenia, I’m sure the new vintage prints will delight you! Check ’em out!
This illustration of three Nepenthes genera is from an 1845 issue of Flore des Serres et des Jardins de l’Europe (‘Flowers of the Greenhouses and Gardens of Europe’), one of the most detailed and extensive horticultural journals of the time!
Sarracenia x chelsonii is hybrid of S. rubra and S. purpurea. Gorgeous! Purpurea hybrids are some of my favorites. Anybody out there own one? This illustration was published in 1871, in another popular European horticultural magazine called L’illustration horticole. The late 19th century really was considered the Golden Age of botanical art.
Sarracenia x chelsonii is also one of my now THREE designs available on coffee mugs! I really want more mug choices available, but the proportions of most images just wouldn’t fit well on the wide mug shape. I would rather have fewer mugs with images that look nice than a bunch that just look bad. But more mugs will come soon! Promise!
And of course, both designs are available on a wide variety of phone cases!
These lovely items, plus many more, are available with free shipping now through April 11th! Click here to start shopping with free shipping!
As always, I would love to hear your honest feedback! Leave a comment and let me know what you think of these designs! Share this post with your friends if you like them as much as I do! Or let me know what you’d like to see in the shop. I’m all ears, all the time! 🙂
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