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The Herbarium Specimen Reimagined. Credit: MF Cardamone

The Herbarium Specimen Reimagined. Credit: MF Cardamone

MF Cardamone botanical illustration

MF Cardamone botanical illustration

Aspen with Skier / Cardemone / Selby Fleetwood in Santa Fe. Fabulous and whimsical botanicals

Aspen with Skier / Cardemone / Selby Fleetwood in Santa Fe. Fabulous and whimsical botanicals

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Katt Frank

Katt Frank

agujeros blancos

agujeros blancos

We're wild about this simple DIY flower press on the blog today! http://gatheringsmag.com/diy-flower-press/

We're wild about this simple DIY flower press on the blog today! http://gatheringsmag.com/diy-flower-press/

By blending elements of 18th and 19th century botanical illustrations with the imaginative randomness of Dada and Surrealist collage methods, MF Cardamone creates playful interpretations of the intersection of nature, taxonomy, and popular culture. Cardamone collects plant specimens and combines them with images and words, resulting in complex visual narratives that reveal the science, history, and beauty of her subjects.

By blending elements of 18th and 19th century botanical illustrations with the imaginative randomness of Dada and Surrealist collage methods, MF Cardamone creates playful interpretations of the intersection of nature, taxonomy, and popular culture. Cardamone collects plant specimens and combines them with images and words, resulting in complex visual narratives that reveal the science, history, and beauty of her subjects.

By blending elements of 18th and 19th century botanical illustrations with the imaginative randomness of Dada and Surrealist collage methods, MF Cardamone creates playful interpretations of the intersection of nature, taxonomy, and popular culture. Cardamone collects plant specimens and combines them with images and words, resulting in complex visual narratives that reveal the science, history, and beauty of her subjects.

By blending elements of 18th and 19th century botanical illustrations with the imaginative randomness of Dada and Surrealist collage methods, MF Cardamone creates playful interpretations of the intersection of nature, taxonomy, and popular culture. Cardamone collects plant specimens and combines them with images and words, resulting in complex visual narratives that reveal the science, history, and beauty of her subjects.

Specimen collected by Charles Darwin on the Voyage of the Beagle, 1831

Specimen collected by Charles Darwin on the Voyage of the Beagle, 1831

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