A leaf and tree identification chart colourfully printed on archival fine art paper
400 x 500mm unframed giclée print
NATIVE BRITISH TREES
'The leaves of native Bristish trees' began in 2014 as a personal project for designer Hannah as a way to identify tree species by drawing their Summer leaf shapes. The project grew over the next year to encompass all forty-two of the native British trees listed by the Woodland Trust, and presents a useful and beautifully simple wall chart to display these unique shapes and forms along with each tree's common and latin names.
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Hannah's favourite leaf to draw? The Osier.
400 x 500mm (15.7" x 19.7") including a 20mm (0.8") white border
THE PAPER AND INK
The high-quality giclée printing process uses archival pigment inks which provide vibrant, bold colour that won't fade over time.
The 310 gsm archival paper is a mould-made textured paper with a matt, velvety surface.