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Instant Wall Art Enchanted Mushrooms: 45 Ready-to-Frame Illustrations for Your Home Décor (Home Design and Décor Gift Series)

Instant Wall Art Enchanted Mushrooms: 45 Ready-to-Frame Illustrations for Your Home Décor (Home Design and Décor Gift Series)

Current price: $18.99
Publication Date: April 18th, 2023
Publisher:
Adams Media
ISBN:
9781507220269
Pages:
96
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Description

Add the magic and wonder of the forest to your walls with these 45 beautiful and intriguing illustrations of mushrooms in three convenient sizes to fit any space.

Turn any room into an enchanting place to escape with these stunning, ready-to-frame prints that conjure the idyllic feeling of a hidden, ancient forest where fae and other creatures could be hiding under any flora. Inside you’ll find illustrations of forty-five different species of mushrooms from Chicken of the Woods, Lion’s Mane, Oyster, and Morel to Chanterelles, Puffball, Cordyceps, and more. Each unique illustration was created by Eisner and Ringo Award–winning artist Sara Richard.

The intricately detailed prints are perfect for any type of space whether you’re decorating your first apartment or updating the walls in your dream home. Combine multiple prints to create a gallery of gorgeous illustrations. Featuring three different sizes—8x10, 5x7, and 4x6—these prints are easy to frame to beautify any space.

About the Author

Sara Richard is an Eisner and Ringo Award–nominated artist from New Hampshire whose work has been printed in Vanity Fair, British Vogue, and other publications. Her art is inspired by Art Nouveau, Art Deco, funerary imagery, and the natural world. Her creations tend to skew into the macabre and unknown with a balance of sweetness and sentimentality, honoring the Victorian-era theme of Memento Mori. As a native of New Hampshire, Sara grew up surrounded by trees and plenty of wild mushrooms. When not making art or writing, she’s watching horror movies, cleaning forgotten gravestones with her mom, and collecting possibly haunted curiosities from the 19th century. Her online gallery can be found at SaraRichard.com.