<p>London-based illustrator is inspired by natural studies and the history of botanical art. Her beloved themes are fauna & flora, which she uses consistently to design wallpapers, book covers and

The Botanical Drawings of Katie Scott

Katie Scott - Inspiration for the illustration component of More Than Stuff. Beautiful scientific style drawings with attention to detail. Would be interesting to explore the idea of using specimen sheets for some spreads within the book.

Vintage Botanical Illustration, 1920s, Autumn Crocus, Daphne, Foxglove

Foxglove flowers have both positive and negative symbolic meanings.They are said to sometimes hurt and sometimes heal. In the language of flowers, foxglove is associated with insincerity.

Homemade Dandelion Tincture, botanical print, Taraxacum officinale

scientificillustration: “ Taraxacum officinale - the dandelion - Haslinger Botanische Wandtafeln ” isn’t it funny how everything seems beautiful when such meticulous attention is paid to it?

I love these!  I want prints like this to frame for my house...... been looking every where.  Historical botanical illustration of the day

Historical botanical illustration of the day

design-is-fine: “ Georg Dionysius Ehret, Magnolia grandiflora, Bull Bay, Watercolour and gouache on vellum. “ Ehret always favoured the pictorial rather than the diagrammatic style of botanical.

Beautiful art and illustrations of tropical palms and botanicals by Agata Wierzbicka. These would look stunning in a tropical themed bedroom or living room.

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linework of Warsaw based designer and illustrator Agata Wierzbicka, garden, plants, botanical garden, greenhouse

Botanical element illustrations... *IDEA* try printing to give a sense of surroundings? or layering in lively scrapbook format?

Discover thousands of images about Botanical element illustrations. *IDEA* try printing to give a sense of surroundings? or layering in lively scrapbook format?

Artichoke with section - great color combination to use for a room! http://www.newmexico.org/listing/?lid=22737

climatechangebunch: Cynara scolymus Watercolour by Marianne Grundy. Source: The French Society of Botanical Illustration. See more sustainability and climate change posts you’ll love. Request access to Bunch here. via lucienballard on

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