New in the Biorequiem shop. This deluxe set is a collection of six Alien Botany mini-prints, printed in dull crimson on tattered, textured cotton rag. Each collection is unique, some with hand-added details.
2174 AD. Five years ago, a shipwrecked cosmonaut from the exploratory mission Novy Mir documented the flora of an unknown planet in quadrant NQ3 while waiting for a rescue mission. Her notes and sketches were found inside a charred capsule adrift in the Arctic Ocean. The scientific community, awed by what she discovered, has been attempting to decode the increasingly incoherent words and pictures ever since.
Anonymous asked: will we be able to buy your alien botany prints? they're wonderful! Id love to have them hanging in my house :)
Yes! Some of the Alien Botany limited edition prints should be ready to come home with you in just a few weeks. I plan to release them in celebration of my website redesign, which is taking longer than anticipated.
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First official look at my Alien Botany series, with progress documentation »> Artist’s Notebook: Zoetica Ebb - ANIMAL NEW YORK
"ANIMAL’s feature Artist’s Notebook asks artists to show us their original “idea sketch” next to a finished piece. This week, Dublin-based artist Zoetica Ebb talks about her Alien Botany drawing series inspired by Joris-Karl Huysmans’ 1884 novel, À rebours, and her intensive visual catalog of bizarre plants and insects.”
"Not showering until this drawing is finished" hair is on point today.